Is your fringe torn or unraveling and you just need it replaced or repaired? Here at Carpet Care Plus/Robins Rug Repair, there are several methods that we can apply to your fringe to get your rug back into proper condition. Damages to a fringe that a cleaning cannot fix will require several options that will
Reversible Rug Pad For Any Surface
Finally we have found a product that solves the issue of having the right pad for your rug no matter what the surface is. This pad works with wood, marble, carpet, tile, mat, cowhide and flat weave rugs ensuring your floors are protected and your rug stays in place. This will save you money in replacement cost if you decide to change the location of your rug and go from say a wood floor to a carpeted floor. Normally, you would have to buy a new rug pad for the different surfaces but, this will solve that for you.
Another great thing about the pad is, it is completely odorless and provides protection for your expensive area rugs. This pad will not crush therefore; your fibers will receive the same level of protection throughout the life of the fiber. This product also allows continuous air flow to ensure moisture can’t build up underneath the rug. It is important that an area rug is not left wet because it will eventually smell and could lead to mold issues.
Lastly the pad is skid-proof and eliminates having to bend over and realign the rug every time someone walks across the rug.
We always recommend a pad be used for your fine area rugs to protect the fibers from the pounding of daily use. Padding will add years onto the life of your fibers and provide a nice cushion for you to walk on too.
Come by and check it out we have a few on display.
Until next time, Rugman Out!
Yeah I said that, we don’t clean rugs however, we do wash rugs. Washing rugs is the correct procedures to achieve the cleaning of the rug. Now that you are confused totally, let me explain the difference. To thoroughly achieve cleanliness in a wool rug you must fully submerge the rug in water to penetrate
This will be the first in our series of discovering rugs from around the world. The picture today is of a Isfahan Area rug made in Iran. Specifically Isfahan rugs are made in central Iran and this one was made after World War II. They Feature a floral center medallion on floral filled or they
The rug pictured, was first vacuumed and then dusted with our professional dusting machine. A Vacuum could not have gotten all the dry soils out of this rug. A total close to a pound of dust was removed. A professional rug plant with trained and certified Master Rug Cleaners ensures your valuable and sentimental rugs