Monthly Archives: August 2014

Persian Rug Cleaning

Are you wondering how you are going to clean your Persian Rug? If you own a Persian Rug, you are probably wondering how you are going to clean your Persian Rug and maintain its beauty? The vibrant colours of Persian Rugs are so breathtaking and their history is so wonderful. According to Wikipedia, carpet weaving…
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Dog Urine & Cat Urine on the Carpet

How do you clean Dog Urine on the carpet?

What about Cat Urine on the carpet?

Time & again, customers bring their beautiful rugs in because they are a little smelly - but they don't know why! Surely a session of rug cleaning will do the trick!

It can't be their cute puppy or their adorable kitty cat - butter wouldn't melt in their little mouths! They know to go outside to the garden - right!? They know where their litter tray is - right!?

Accidents will happen, particularly if you have a young puppy or an older dog. How to get the smell of dog wee out of carpet and rugs is big business, judging by the number of products that are on the market to do the job!

DIY options to remove the dog urine or smell, or the cat urine or smell, are OK. But the biggest problem is the enzyme that pet urine leaves behind. That enzyme keeps calling you pet back to the same spot! It needs to be remove by professional rug and carpet cleaners.

Here is what we do:

Rug is submerged
Deep Cleansed
Ready to be collected – clean, hygienic, fresh!

So, 100s of rug washes later, we know how it goes. Not surprisingly, after our specialised treatment, the rugs are returned to their owners smelling amazing, hygienic once again and brighter in colour.

That's what we do! That is our specialty.puppy & cat

Red Wine stains on your Rug

How to remove Red Wine Stains from your Rug Red wine will always cause panic when it is spilled on a lovely rug or on your clothes. Red wine stains look so obvious and unsightly but they can be treated successful. The tip is 'less is better'. If you have a red wine stain on…
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