>How many times does your rug need to be cleaned?

>This past week I have noticed that I keep surprising our clients when I tell them how long it takes to clean their area rugs. Here is a typical conversation with a client dropping off a rug for cleaning:

Client, “When will my rug be ready?”

Me, ” It can take 4-7 days depending on how many times your rug needs to be cleaned.”

Client,” Really? So you clean it more than once?”

Me, ” Yes we clean it as many times as needed to get all the dirt and/or odour out.”

Client, ” That is good to know. I appreciate that you thoroughly clean my rug.”

Your area rugs may not look that dirty, but once we start our cleaning process of vibrating your rug and cleaning with wool safe soap and warm water a lot of dirt is removed. Because we go deeper than steam cleaning we can guarantee that your rugs are clean and healthy after Luv-A-Rug cleans them

Since not all rugs are made the same,the cleaning is not the same either. The staff at Luv-A-Rug cares about your rugs, we know that area rugs require special care and cleaning.

So how many times does Luv-A-Rug clean your rug? We repeat our cleaning process until your rug is clean.

Here’s to many happy clean and healthy area rugs, RugloverMary

2 thoughts on “>How many times does your rug need to be cleaned?

  1. >Thanks for this info. I think if were going to clean our rugs, we need to ask experts how to do this. to maintain the beauty of our rug.

  2. >Nice post. It is good that you talk to your customers about their rugs and you tell them what you do to their carpets. Cleaning procedures have to be clear to one's customers and he does not have to argue with the customers.

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