Rug Wash: How to Go About It?
There is a wide variety of carpet cleaning products available and some Rug Wash options have to be a little more scientific. When you start the rug wash process, it is important to know what kind of chemicals you are dealing with. A lot of the commercial products used in home and health care stores are harsh and can be dangerous for your rugs. Rug wash should only be done by professionals and in a very hygienic environment. When you are learning how to wash a rug it is important that you know the best way to steer clear of harmful chemicals and use only those that are safe and natural.
The first thing you need to do before you begin any rug cleaning is to make sure the area where you will be working on is clean. If there are pet hairs or any dirt or debris in the rug then you will want to remove it before beginning. If you are unsure of the cleanliness of the area then you may consider hiring a professional to do the job for you. Hiring someone to clean your rug will ensure that you will be left with a beautiful new piece of furniture instead of a reminder of a previous stain.
The next step in rug wash is to rinse the rug with clean water. To do this you will either use a hose or a water fountain. The first thing you want to do before you start to clean is to wait for the water to completely drain from the rug area. If you have a fountain then you will simply stand aside while the water drains, if not then simply fill up a bucket and move the rug several times while the water drains.
Once the water has drained you will want to wash the rug by hand. Make sure you gently blot the excess water and if necessary use a mild detergent and launder the rug at low temperature. This will help to remove any excess residue from the detergent and prevent it from staining your rugs.
Once you have finished with the rug you will want to apply a top coat of protectant. This will help to keep the rug clean and from fading for many years to come. Once you have applied the protector you can now add any dyes or colors to the rug. The easiest way to go about this is to stick a dye on the rug using a spray bottle. However, if you are going darker or lighter you will need to apply the dye in sections rather than spray it liberally.
When you have completed the rug wash you can now dry it using a clothes dryer on low. If possible you will want to hang it out in the sun to dry completely. Before storing the rug you should allow it to sit in an area with a little breeze. This will allow the rug to dry completely and you will be able to enjoy it for many years to come.
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