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It's always a pleasure to see how bright and clean your furniture look right after they've been
professionally cleaned. Now You can kep your furniture look cleaner, fresher longer by
applying Fabric Protectant. It is applied by spray application, dries quickly, and leaves no
odor. It forms an invisible barrier against dirt and stains. Because it is water repellent and

TREATED: Fabric Protector keeps dirt from sticking to the fibers, making it easier to wipe
off the stains.  The protector forms a bond around the fiber, making the spills "beads up" as
shown in the picture. This helps to repel dust, spills and make your rugs look cleaner

UNTREATED: Dirt & spills cling to untreated fabrics and quickly embedded in the fibers,
resulting in a stain and deteriorate the fabric quicker. If the stains are not cleaned
appropriately, they will oxidize, deteriorate the fiber quicker, form a breading ground for
bacterias.  The stains may become permanent if leave uncleaned.

1/ Silicone water repellents. Silicone products have ZERO resistant to oil based stains. It  
yellows with age. Because it never really dries, it actually attracts dust and soil with a
slightly tacky film and very difficult to clean when it gets dirty.
2/ Polymers repellant.  It needs HEAT to cure completely.  The coating is best done in
industrial setting, NOT a home.  Polymers don't bond well with dirty fabric.
Our High Tech Fabric Guard will repel spills, oil, soil, grease, and dust.  It lasts much longer than Silicon water
repellent.  High Tech Fabric Guard contains a UV screen to slow the harmful effects of the damaging sun.  If you
drape or sofa is not protected and placed at a very sunny window, you probably see color fading within a short few
years.  What’s more damaging than color loss is fabric deteriation.  It becomes very brittle and rips easily.

Fabric Protector is Recommended on rug, sofa, chairs, window treatments.  It is strongly recommended if you have
kids, pets, or high traffic use like restaurants, hotels...
Moth Damage
A female clothing moth laid eggs in the pile of the rug, the eggs hatched, and the
larvae ate a good chunk of the nap as they grew and prepared to metamorphose
into adults.

This rug has a wool pile and cotton warp and weft. The wool was much tastier than
the cotton, and the feeding larvae cleaned off the nap but left the cotton foundation
untouched. This rug could be repaired by reweaving, but the repair would be
Curled Corner
Many kinds of rugs want to curl their edges under. Most often this tendency
increases as the rug becomes more tightly knotted, and the effect is even more
pronounced if the rug is both tightly knotted and thickly napped. In a rug like this, the
width at the base of the foundation is actually less than the width at the surface of
the pile. This is because the yarn that makes up the pile is tightly compressed
where it is knotted at the foundation, but opens up as it is unconstrained at the
surface of the rug.
Color Run
The red dye has bled into the ivory field. This kind of damage can happen to any sort
of rugs. Color run can happen to "vegetable" dyed rugs as easily as to synthetic
dyed rugs.

If color run is going to happen, it usually happens early in the life of a rug. Most rugs
color (usually red, sometimes black, rarely blue or pastel shades) will bleed in this
initial water wash. Most rug dyes are acid-fast in the sense that an acidic
environment helps stabilize the dye and reinforce the bond of the dyestuff to the
wool. Run color is usually caused by the washwater being basic in pH. The
alkalinity of the wash makes susceptible colors bleed.
We recommend to Dry Clean: Wool Rug, Silk Rug, Oriental Rug to preserve its shape, color, and
the luxurious soft feel of these fine rugs.

NEVER steam clean or wet-shampoo a natural floor covering like: sisal rug, jute rug, seagrass,
mountain grass.  When a natural rug is saturated, undesirable dimensional change could result, as
well as possible staining from dye in the underlay. It is recommended that a Dry Cleaning Process
be used for natural rugs.

One of the most crucial areas of carpet maintenance is timely removal of spots and spills. These
spills cling to rug fibers and quickly embedded in the pad, resulting in a stain.  If the stains are not
cleaned appropriately, they will oxidize, deteriorate the fiber quicker, form a breading ground for
bacterias.  The stains may become permanent if leave uncleaned.
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Cleaning prices vary depend on the size rugs & types.  Allow apprx 2 weeks to return the cleaned
rug to you.
Mold and mildew release mold spores in the air that can
float throughout the house, causing severe allergic
reactions such as watery eyes, runny nose and
sneezing, nasal congestion and fatigue. When mold
starts to reproduce inside a home, it can destructively
eat away at the structure, cause thousands of dollars in
damage, possibly make family members sick from mold
exposure.  They cause staining, decomposition (rotting
of materials) and objectionable, musty odors. By having
your draperies cleaned by our professionals you remove
the risk of mold ruining your valuable investment.
Dust mite allergy is the most common allergies that
Americans suffer from. If you have: stuffy nose, teary
eyes, dry cough, even heaches, you may suffer from dust
mite allergies. Harmful dust mites thrive in high humidity
generated by your sweat & skin particles. They live in
your drapes, mattreses, and in the air in your home.
Allergens such as cat and people dander are airborne
and settle on any surface that they can adhere to
including your draperies.Our process kills these harmful
organisms. By removing the dust mites and other
allergens from your draperies you increase the air quality
in your home
(While waiting for professional help to arrive).

Food spills/Pet urine
Of the most common spills, urine presents the most severe problem. It can cause
severe color run in the rug, and the odor can be very hard to remove or disguise. Urine
can also chemically damage the structure of a rug by making the foundation hard and
less supple, and the presence of urine in a rug can help attract moths. Repeated
wettings can cause the foundation of the rug to loose mechanical strength to the point
where the rug cracks and breaks when rolled or folded.
In case of a food spill or urine on a rug, the problem is much more easily handled if the spot is treated promptly, with
the Spot Cleaning Solution below:

1/4 cup white vinegar*
1/2 tsp liquid dishwashing detergent
2 cups tepid water
*Most Oriental rug dyes are acid-fast. By adding a little white vinegar to the wash water you make the wash water
more acidic, and this reinforces the bond between the dyestuff and the wool in the rug, and so helps prevent the
colors from running.

Finally, sponge the area with cool, clean water to finish. Use absorbent towels or a firm, non-shedding sponge. Don't
use a brush so stiff that it pulls fibers from the pile. Don't scrub hard at the pile. Sponge in the direction of the nap.
Place some towels under the spot to keep floor or pad from getting wet. Dry thoroughly. When the nap feels dry,
check the back of the rug to be sure the area is completely dry
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