>It is so nice to see the sun on a more regular basis these days. My dogs have enjoyed going to the park to play instead of just the usual walk around the block. Hopefully you have been able to soak up some much needed rays as well.
Yesterday we made a couple of ladies very happy when they saw how beautiful their rugs looked after cleaning.
The first lady had a small beige 4×5 synthetic rug that came more grey than beige. When I rolled out the rug for her to see it after cleaning she looked at the rug longer than expected.
I asked her if there was something wrong with her rug.
She answered, “No. I just didn’t know what the pattern colours were since it was so dirty.” She had forgotten how pretty the deep red and sage green floral pattern was.
The second lady had a 9×12 wool Chinese hook rug. We have cleaned it for her in the past. Her dog had vomited very bright yellow on the rug and it was going to be a few days before she could get it to us. She lives up island, so she blotted up what she could using a small amount of a gentle laundry soap and a damp towel.. When I unrolled her rug there was no evidence of any yellow spots on her rug. She was thrilled.
That is the best part of my job is seeing people fall back in love with their area rugs.
Owning an rug is an investment and getting it cleaned helps prolong the beauty and usage of it. Not all is lost when something gets spilled on, a pet accident, or your rug gets flooded. Luv-A-Rug has cleaned just about every kind of accident that can happen to your rug.
Here’s to many, many more happy clean rugs, RugloverMary