Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Sheepskin Rug Cleaning

Today one of our customers sheepskin rugs was completed with our deep cleaning process. Just take a look at the pictures above to see what it looked liked when it came in. The customer's pet had gotten to it and boy did they make a mess! 
A little about sheepskin rugs:
A Sheepskin rug is a very valuable asset to any home. They are warm and soft and can add a very sophisticated look to any room. Sheepskin carpets have multiple uses around the home; they can cover any type of floor to give a room some pizzazz, cover a chair or be draped over a bed for style and comfort. Sheepskin rugs are long lasting and last much longer than many man made fibers. Sheep skin is made with the hides of sheep and lambs. Many sheep skin rugs begin their journey in New Zealand. The sheep are raised there, and then once the sheep is skinned, the lamb or sheep skin is often sent to Vietnam or Cambodia to be assembled. Lambskin rugs are also made in the UK and Australia, but New Zealand is known for highest quality tanned lamb skin.
So back to our customers story... They had little hope for it to be brought back to life after the pet incident but they knew it was in good hands here at Rug Ideas. It is very important to get lamb skin carpets cleaned professionally, as that will prolong its life. When dirt and dust gets caught in the pile of the woolmark sheepskin it can be very difficult to clean it out. It is not suggested to attempt to clean a sheep skin rug yourself. The fiber is very easily damaged and sometimes the floor covering can be ruined from a simple attempt to clean it by hand. Professional lamb skin rug cleaning will provide the best possible cleaning for your lamb skin rugs and you will not have to worry about them being damaged or losing its quality; and just look at how the rug came out in the above pic... beautiful and back into its original condition!

Dr. Khosrow Sobhe (Dr. Kay)
Certified Rug Specialist (CRS)
www.LosAngelesRugCleaning.com
www.RugIdea.com
Tel. 310-770-9085
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