Rug Cleaning Process

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Our Rug Cleaning Process

Jonquil Rug Cleaning Company uses a proprietary Rug Cleaning process that is effective, yet gentle for all types of Rugs and stains or odors. Please call us at (678) 403-8049 for more information on our process for rug cleaning, we are happy to answer any questions.

  • Step 1

    Inspection

    All rugs are individually and thoroughly pre-inspected with our detailed reporting and photo documentation prior to cleaning.

    During the inspection, we measure the rug, test for dye stabilization, identify the fibers of your rug so that we can determine the best method of cleaning, and identify any stains or rug damage that may cause a problem during the cleaning process.

    Mitch inspecting a rug

  • Step 2

    Dusting

    Up to 80% of all soil in a rug is dry soil. Shag rugs, woven rugs and wool hand knotted rugs are specifically designed to hide dry soil.

    We use several different methods to dust, agitate and vacuum the front and back of your rug to ensure maximum soil removal. Because every rug is different, the dusting methods we use will vary depending on the level of soil found in the rug, and the overall condition and health of the rug.

    This important part of our process ensures that we remove as much dirt as possible before cleaning, allowing for the best clean possible.

    Dusing from rug

  • Step 3

    Dye Test

    All rugs are tested for dye stability and are treated accordingly with a dye stabilizer to minimize any bleeding of the dyes.

    Dye test on a rug

  • Step 4

    Washing

    Because every rug is different, not every rug can be washed the same way. Based upon the fiber type, soil level and construction of the rug, we will determine the best cleaning method for each individual rug.

    Rug Washing

  • Step 5

    Specialized Rinsing

    Each rug is rinsed and spun in our high-speed spinning centrifuge to maximize moisture removal and promote the quickest drying times.

  • Step 6

    Speed Drying

    Your rug will be groomed and dried in a temperature controlled room to ensure quick drying.

    Rugs drying in a drying room

  • Step 7

    Finishing/Final Inspection

    We’ll do a final inspection of your rug and, if needed, re-treat any stubborn areas and apply optional fiber protector or moth treatment. Then we’ll store your rug until it’s ready for Pick Up or Delivery.

    Rolled up rugs that are cleaned

  • Step 1

    Inspection

    All rugs are individually and thoroughly pre-inspected with our detailed reporting and photo documentation prior to cleaning.

    During the inspection, we measure the rug, test for dye stabilization, identify the fibers of your rug so that we can determine the best method of cleaning, and identify any stains or rug damage that may cause a problem during the cleaning process.

    Mitch inspecting a rug

  • Step 2

    Dusting

    Up to 80% of all soil in a rug is dry soil. Shag rugs, woven rugs and wool hand knotted rugs are specifically designed to hide dry soil.

    We use several different methods to dust, agitate and vacuum the front and back of your rug to ensure maximum soil removal. Because every rug is different, the dusting methods we use will vary depending on the level of soil found in the rug, and the overall condition and health of the rug.

    This important part of our process ensures that we remove as much dirt as possible before cleaning, allowing for the best clean possible.

    Dusing from rug

  • Step 3

    Dye Test

    All rugs are tested for dye stability and are treated accordingly with a dye stabilizer to minimize any bleeding of the dyes.

    Dye test on a rug

  • Step 4

    Washing

    Because every rug is different, not every rug can be washed the same way. Based upon the fiber type, soil level and construction of the rug, we will determine the best cleaning method for each individual rug.

    Rug Washing

  • Step 5

    Specialized Rinsing

    Each rug is rinsed and spun in our high-speed spinning centrifuge to maximize moisture removal and promote the quickest drying times.

  • Step 6

    Speed Drying

    Your rug will be groomed and dried in a temperature controlled room to ensure quick drying.

    Rugs drying in a drying room

  • Step 7

    Finishing/Final Inspection

    We’ll do a final inspection of your rug and, if needed, re-treat any stubborn areas and apply optional fiber protector or moth treatment. Then we’ll store your rug until it’s ready for Pick Up or Delivery.

    Rolled up rugs that are cleaned

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