Sheepskin Rug Cleaning in your Local Area

Sheepskin Rug Cleaning in your Local Area

Authentic sheepskin pelts for area rugs are a simple way to add a touch of nature's elegance to any space, and they come in a wide variety of colors, including ivory, brown, and white. A typical pelt rug has a distinctive style that looks like animal skin, while current designs use digital technology to make laser-cut waves that are woven together along with uneven skin tiles to make a soft, one-of-a-kind rug.

Professional Sheepskin Rug Cleaning by Rug Rangers

Your sheepskin rug will be thoroughly cleaned and maintained by Rug Rangers' experienced rug cleaners. Each of their techniques protects your area rug's wool, skin, and tanning. Rugs should be cleaned by a professional once every 12 to 18 months to:

  • Maintain Skin's Flexibility
  • Minimize Shrinkage and
  • Make sure your sheepskin rug stays soft for many years.

Qualities of Sheepskin Rugs

A sheepskin area rug has a luxurious feel that is pleasant and warm in the winter and nice and cool in the summer. This silky wool's unique natural texture brings a new level of elegance to your décor. The wool fiber in these rugs is also strong and durable, so they are easy to take care of. It requires less maintenance because of its natural resistance to stains and dirt.

  • Wool Rug that is Soft, Natural, and Earth-friendly
  • Strong, long-lasting, and resistant to soil and liquids
  • Professional cleanings make it simple to clean and maintain.

Find Your Local “Certified Rug Ranger” Today

Browse Local Rug Ranger Or

Day-to-Day Rug Care

To remove dust, sheepskin rugs should be cleaned with a wire brush or vacuumed with an attachment. Depending on the amount of foot activity in your home, this step can be done weekly. Sheepskin rugs can be vacuumed or brushed two to three times a week by people with allergies or who have pets.

Sheepskin wool is simple to clean because it is a natural material that resists soiling. If you accidentally spill something on your sheepskin area rug, wipe it up as softly as possible with a white cotton towel before getting it professionally cleaned. This will keep the stain from getting into the wool and staying there permanently.

Deep Cleaning Rug Care

Your rug may require thorough cleaning from time to time to remove dirt that has accumulated at the root of the fibers. Rugs made of sheepskin may be cleaned expertly and look new again.

Rug professionals will handle your rug in a way that prevents the typical 8-10% shrinking that occurs after washing a sheepskin rug.

  • You should wash your sheepskin rug by hand in lukewarm water using a cleaning solution designed specifically for sheepskin rugs and containing no enzymes.
  • To prevent the rug from shrinking and keep its skin supple and silky, it should be massaged and rubbed often.
  • After your rug has dried, we restore the fiber to its original state of fluffiness using a specific brush.

Storing Sheepskin Rugs

A sheepskin rug should be thoroughly cleaned and packed before being stored. It is recommended to wrap sheepskin wool in paper and store it out of direct sunlight in an open area since sheepskin wool needs to breathe. This rug should not be stored in containers made of plastic where moisture and mildew can form.

 Contact Rug Rangers today to consult with our experienced and professional team. We'll address any concerns you have and arrange a schedule for your local rug cleaning contractor to pick up your rug, clean it in their high-tech facility, and deliver it back to you in 4-7 business days. Furthermore, if you are renovating, moving, or just need rug storage, they can store your rug for you till the time you specify for delivery. Just ask about our amazing rug-cleaning deals!