Get To Know Your Rugs
Our video gallery is designed to answer some of the most common questions we are asked every day. Please take a moment to watch a video or two, and remember to bookmark the page for future reference!
How Do I Prolong The Life of my rug and protect my investment?
In this section we explore a couple of things that you can do to extend the life of your fine area rugs and protect your investment.
Do I Need A Rug Pad?
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What Is Protector?
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How Do I Properly care for my rugs
Proper Rug Care is critical to maintaining the appearance and durability of your area rugs whether they are family heirlooms or simply a beatiful modern rug that matches your decor.
In these short videos we review some basic tips on how to care for your area rugs.
Are You Making These Mistakes?
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How To Vacuum Your Rug
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How Often Should I Clean?
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How Do I Protect my rugs from damage?
Pet Urine and Bugs are some of the most common causes of damage to area rugs.
With a little education, you can learn what to watch for and prevent irreparable damage before it occurs.
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Moth and Bug
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Moth and Bug Protection
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What Are Some common rug issues I should be aware oF?
The more you know about the fibers and construction of your precious area rugs, the better prepared you will be to deal with regular maintanace and know what you expect when entrusting your valuable textiles to a professional rug care specialist.
Here are a few tips to help further your rug knowledge.
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Understanding White Knots
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