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Area Rug Cleaning
The only choice for a true clean that lasts longer.
We Treat Your Rugs with Care
Our Master Rug Technician will carefully inspect your rug, looking for spots or stains and for any needed repairs before they begin cleaning your rug.
2. Dust Removal
The Zerorez® rug washing plant is equipped with a rug duster that uses compressed air and gently taps to remove dry soil, dust, sand and grit. This careful method of dust removal puts less strain on the fibers in the rug -- it's more gentle and more effective than shaking or beating the rug.
Your rug will be placed in the 1,200-gallon rug washing tank, filled with Zerorez's® patented Powered Water®. The star paddle gently agitates the water to lift away the dirt without brushing or scrubbing the rug.
The rug is placed in a specially constructed centrifuge where it will be rinsed with cool water and then dried through the power of the 900 rpm centrifuge. The spin-dry process reduces problems like dye run and shrinkage. The rug emerges from the centrifuge just damp to the touch.
5. Protective Barrier
The rug will be groomed, detailed and sprayed with an environmentally friendly protective barrier. Then the rug will be carefully hung to finish drying completely.
6. Final Inspection
After the rug is thoroughly dry, our Master Rug Technician will inspect it again. Then the rug will be rolled and bound for delivery back to your home.
Watch Our Area Rug Cleaning Process
Preserve and Protect
Area and other delicate area rugs can be ruined by traditional, improper cleaning methods. Improper cleaning can damage fibers, bleed colors and leave a messy residue. Zerorez® uses safe and effective Powered Water® as part of our patented cleaning system. This system does not employ harmful chemicals or other harmful cleaning agents. The Zerorez® method is fast, safe, non-toxic even GREEN. Your area rug will look beautiful again! The Zerorez® cleaning system is Platinum Rated by CRI -the Carpet and Rug Institute.