Get A Step Closer To A Cleaner Rug

Get A Step Closer To A Cleaner Rug

Oriental Rug Cleaning in Edmonton

While regular vacuuming is a great way to maintain your oriental area rug, over time rugs collect dust and soil below the surface where regular vacuuming cleaning may not reach. This is why it is recommended to have your oriental rugs cleaned professionally every 12 – 24 months, to preserve the appearance of your beautiful oriental rug. 

In order to give your oriental rug a deep, professional restorative cleaning, we bring your area rug to our dedicated area rug cleaning facility. There, we can see clearly any spots and discolouration under our full spectrum lighting and address them properly. Our professional area rug technicians then use our high power vacuuming system to remove trapped dust and debris from both sides of your rug, followed by a high heat water extraction and the same HomeSafe cleaning products we use in your home for the best cleaning results. We complete your oriental rug cleaning with a thorough drying and can deliver your area rug for free when the cleaning is complete. 

In addition to area rug cleaning, we also offer treatments for your area rugs that can prolong time between cleanings and increase the life of your oriental area rug.


Before we protect your carpets, area rugs and furniture, we can apply our Spring Breeze Deodorizer to leave your carpets smelling fresh. Spring Breeze Deodorizer™ is an odour counteractant that is applied along with our enzyme based

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For accidents that soak deep into the carpet, we recommend Biotreat. Biotreat consumes organic material, reducing or completely removing odours and renewing the life of your area rugs.

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To protect your carpets, area rugs and furniture from future soiling and to make cleaning spills easier, ask us about our Professional Fabric & Carpet Protector. Professional Fabric & Carpet Protector: Helps carpet fibers resist soiling. Makes blotting up liquid spills easier.

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If you have a small spill or spot, clean it carefully and quickly, while it is still wet, following our stain guide. Use an absorbent material such as a cloth diaper or disposable diaper or feminine pad to absorb as much as possible. If there is a large volume of liquid, we recommend calling a professional, as it will be difficult to extract on your own.

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