Persian Rug Cleaning by Rug Rangers
Persian Rug Cleaning by Rug Rangers

Persian Rug Cleaning by Rug Rangers

Ancient Persian carpets were first unearthed in the towns and cities of what is now the Islamic Republic of Iran. Names of towns where rugs were made were often used to describe the intricate patterns seen on Persian rugs. It's interesting to note that even after Sarouk, Hamadan, Kerman, Gabbeh, Tabriz, Isfahan, Bidjar, and others were copied and pasted over the globe, their respective cities' names remained intact. Traditional Persian carpets are known for their complicated designs, luxuriously thick pile, and bright color palettes.

At least once a year, you should have a professional clean and take care of your Persian rug.
Contact Rug Rangers now to find out about the best ways to clean and maintain Persian rugs in your area. 

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Persian Rug Cleaning

Beautifully crafted to be passed down for generations The brilliant colors of Persian carpets should be taken care of by a skilled rug cleaner. The local contractor can help you keep your Persian rug in pristine condition with regular cleanings and repairs.

At Rug Rangers our contractors will offer you exceptional

  • Area rug care methods that are safe and effective and time-tested
  • Rug storage service at our state-of-the-art rug, climate-controlled Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex facility conveniently located in Euless
  • Repair services from patching to complete reweaving, and
  • Award-winning customer service andcustomer service testimonial from our satisfied customers
Spilled food on the rug

For Food Spills/Pet Urin

Urine is often the toughest spill you can have on carpets, but these are some of the more frequent ones. It has the potential to cause color runs in the rug, and the stench it produces may be very difficult to cover up or eliminate. Pee, due to its chemical composition, causes the foundation to become more rigid and less pliable. Worst of all, the presence of pet urine might attract moths. If the rug is repeatedly wet, the base may become loose, and the rug may fracture or shatter if it is folded or rolled with even the slightest amount of force.

It is far simpler to deal with messes caused by food if they are cleaned up as soon as they occur rather than if they are allowed to dry on the rug fully first. Use either paper towels or a clean cloth to soak up as much liquid as you can, and then attempt to rinse off as much as you can while the liquid is still wet.