• Oriental Rug Cleaning

    Oriental rugs generally refer to hand-knotted rugs. Currently, so many distinctions are made that they differentiate Oriental rugs by their position to ensure the highest possible standard of Oriental rug treatment. This section focuses on the two most famous styles of Oriental rugs and their cleaning methods.

  • Chinese Oriental Rug Cleaning and Restoration

    Chinese rug cleaning depends on whether the rug is made of silk or wool and when the rug has been made (the silk rug cleaning can be found here). Chinese wool cloths, known as Tientsin, were produced between 1920 and 1940. Older carpets are uncommon, as world exports did not begin until this time.

    Since the pile on these rugs is dense and the wool is thin, if the rug was made before the 1940s, rotary scrubbing may cause the pile to be distorted. In addition, after cleaning the selvage, it may be brown requiring acetic acid to correct. Therefore, it is more complex than standard oriental rug cleaning.

    These carpets are also vulnerable to light fading. If this happens, we will be able to correct it with our color restoration methods and advanced Oriental rug care techniques.

  • Indian Rug Cleaning and Restoration

    Most of the Indian tapestries that come from Prestige Rug Spa was post-independence from the British Empire. As a result, most of them are reproductions of rug variations from around the world.

    As a result, Indian rugs need a wide range of cleaning variations depending on the type of stack, the fibers used and the methods used. Reproductions are usually machined; as a result, there is sometimes no need for fine oriental rug cleaning procedures. The cleaning of Oriental rug care varies, so this is an important consideration.

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