Odor Bath/Enzyme Treatment:
Most commonly used to treat strong odors related to animals. If your rug has an odor from pet urine, waste, or body oils, we strongly recommend our enzyme treatment. The rug is immersed into a tub filled with our enzyme solution and left to soak allowing the treatment to break down the waste and odor. After soaking for the appropriate amount of time, the rug is then given a complete wash.
Fiber Protectant can be applied to virtually any surface, offering resistance to staining and saturation. This will help prevent stains from settling into rug fibers easier and may help with removing stains in future cleanings.
Moths are a wool rugs worst nightmare. They feast off the keratin in the wool of your rug, and once they start, they will not stop until your rug is completely ruined. If a moth infested rug is brought to our plant, we use a three step process to treat it. First, the rug will be washed and cleaned of any moth larvae. The rug will then make its way to our freezer (which hits below -15 degrees) as it is the only way to completely kill any moth eggs left behind from the wash. After inspection, a wool fiber protector is applied to the rug to repel against future moth activity. If you would like to know more about moths, click here.
Wrap For Storage:
We wrap all rugs in high quality Tyvek paper. It does not tear easily like standard brown Kraft paper and is moisture resistant yet still allows the rug to breathe unlike plastic. Wrapping in plastic can lead to musty odors and even mildew.
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