Why Choose All American Cleaning & Restoration?

Rug Cleaning Process in Idaho Falls, ID

The rug cleaning process is not as easy as it sounds. Many of us try DIY but most of the time we end up achieving the results that we don't expect. Rug Cleaning is truly a very sensitive thing and requires the help of professional licensed experts.

Rug Cleaning Process

All American Rug Cleaning knows how much pain it can be when you need restoration solutions and also getting a reliable company to take responsibility will be a struggle. Our company handles all sorts of restoration works including the ones we forget to acknowledge which is rug cleaning. Typically after any natural disasters or fire and smoke damage, our rugs get damaged or rusted with fumes. We normally think of replacing them with a new one but in truth that's costly.

We can bring your rug back to its old form and give it a shine. Our rug cleaning experts will first conduct an inspection of the rug and see how much is the damage. Then they will let you know if the rug can be fixed or not depending on the magnitude of the damage.

If you are living in Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Irwin, Aberdeen, American Falls, and, many more areas covering Idaho, ID then please do give us a call at 208-203-1512 and we shall dispatch our crew.

How do Experts Clean Your Rug?

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  • Determine fiber content
  • Identify the origin of the rug to determine any cleaning considerations and inspect for pre-existing conditions under special lights
  • Check for colorfastness and the possibility of dye bleed and color migration
  • Choose the cleaning method to be performed
  • Remove dry soil and pile lifting with state of the art technology
  • Apply pre-treatment and pre-conditioners, (sometimes this process is performed by soaking in the vat)
  • Cleaned (2 times each side minimum, more times if necessary)
  • Groom and set pile
  • Dried in control airflow area for quick drying time which prevents cellulosic browning, curled edges, and shrinkage
  • Fringe cleaning, grooming of fringes (and correction if necessary)
  • Quality control
  • Fiber protectant and moth deterrent applied
  • Dried in controlled airflow area for quick drying time which prevents cellulosic browning, curled edges, and shrinkage
  • Roll up and wrap for delivery, storage, or pick up