Rug Cleaning FAQ
Most frequent questions and answers about rug cleaning
The frequency of cleaning your rug depends on factors such as the amount of foot traffic, the presence of pets or children, and the level of environmental pollutants in your home. In general, experts recommend cleaning high-traffic areas every 6-12 months and less frequently used areas every 12-18 months.
Drying times can vary depending on the type of carpet, humidity, and ventilation. Rugs can take anywhere from 2-12 hours to dry after cleaning. It is important to avoid walking on or placing your rugs back down in a heavy traffic area while they are drying out.
Yes, our professional rug cleaning service can help remove pet odors from carpets. Pure Heaven use specialized products and techniques to break down and remove the odor-causing bacteria. Severe cases may require additional treatments or even replacement of the affected areas.
If the rug is made of natural fibers such as wool or cotton, it may shrink if it is not cleaned properly. Some dyes may fade if the rug is not cleaned correctly. To avoid these issues, it’s best to consult with a professional rug cleaner like Pure Heaven who can properly clean your rug without causing damage.
The time it takes to clean a rug depends on several factors, including the size and type of rug, the level of soiling, and the cleaning method used. Some rugs can be cleaned in a few hours, while others may require several days for a deep cleaning. It’s best to consult with our professional rug cleaning team for an accurate estimate of cleaning time.