If your Handmade rug is in daily use, over time dirt and grime tracked in by feet and pets build up in its fibers. This weakens the rug’s structure and can create places where tears begin. In addition, bacteria and germs are harbored, adding to any allergy triggers in the area.
Thoroughly cleaning your rug will help it keep its luster and ideal shape – and make sure your home’s inner space is as fresh as possible for you and your family.
Traffic up and down the same routes (which will happen in a hallway or from the sofa to the door, for example) will create localized wear, thinning the fibers and dulling the colors.
This can leave your Handmade rug looking worn and dingy. Not to mention that spots becoming threadbare are more likely to develop into holes. Instead of deciding to retire the rug, bring it in for a repair.
We evaluate every rug brought to us for repair, letting you know exactly what can be done to bring it back to its original, beautiful state.