Rug cleaning in London, while being a gratifying experience, poses it’s own demanding set of challenges:
High levels of pollutants and contaminants coupled with the fact that many people choose to refrain from removing outdoor shoes in their home can mean rugs get very dirty, very quickly.
- Frequent rain brings with it high relative humidity which makes speedy drying of rugs an exigent process.
- Opulent homes in London can contain extremely large and heavy carpets. Removing a densely woven 20ft rug from underneath a solid wood, super kingsize bed and carrying it down three flights of stairs can be taxing even with the aid of a colleague or two. Dodging an army of interior designers, butlers, cleaners, house managers, au pairs and P.A’s while you’re doing it makes it even more so!
- Very valuable rugs can often be old and fragile. Therefore they are routinely placed in rooms which are not used very often or stored in dark places. This makes them particularly susceptible to attack by clothes moths.
Rug Cleaning In London – Persian Rug Cleaning
We have been rug cleaning in London long enough to know that while the challenges described above are not unique to our city, we encounter them often enough to tackle them effectively and with minimal fuss.