Expert cleaning of all types of rugs
We cover all East Lancashire
Our professional rug cleaning will keep your rug looking clean and fresh…
Rugs are made using different techniques to carpets. So, our experienced rug cleaning technicians will ensure they use the right machinery and materials to get the best results.
Any stains and marks can be effectively and safely removed from your rugs using cleaning materials that are self-neutralizing and biodegradable. And it means there will be no residues or odours left behind after our final rinse process. All our rug technicians are cleaning experts who are highly trained and knowledgeable.
As a family run business we are small enough to care and big enough to meet all your requirements, devoting personal attention to each and every customer.
STEP 1 PRE VACUUM
All upholstered surfaces are vacuumed with a wet & dry vacuum cleaner using a crevice tool and upholstery nozzle as appropriate. Working deep into creases, crevices and folds all loose dirt dust and fluff is removed.
STEP 2 STAIN REMOVAL
All marks on the upholstery are tested with spot cleaner to see if spillages are spots or stains. Stains are pre-treated with a colloid stain removing agent to minimise the amount of moisture available for absorption by the filling. The solution is left
for several minutes to work on loosening the stains prior to being absorbed with clean white cloths. The remaining solution is vacuumed out to ensure complete stain removal. Room windows are opened to aid air movement, which speeds drying times.
STEP 3 CLEANING SOLUTION
A broad-based ionised cleaning solution is applied with a Tri-jet fogger. Fogging ensures that cleaning solutions are applied in correct concentrations to the fabric surface without wetting the padding or stuffing in the upholstery. The tub chair and the sofa bed are fogged separately. 2-5 minutes is allowed for the cleaning action to occur.
STEP 4 EXTRACTION CLEANING
An upholstery mitten is immersed for 2 minutes in an opposite polarity hot solution milked as dry as possible and then the fabric is wiped with a vigorous action to remove the dirt from the fibres. Magnetic attraction attracts the dirt onto the pad leaving the upholstery clean. Mitts are rinsed and the cleaning action repeated as necessary. A separate bucket of plain water is used when cleaning dirty or nicotined fabrics.
STEP 5 SECONDARY EXTRACTION
All upholstery is then vacuumed with the wet & dry vacuum cleaner, with as many passes as necessary to remove the moisture absorbed by the cover material and filling during cleaning.
STEP 6 PRESENT
Appropriate fibres are presented with the upholstery specialist tools.
STEP 7 DEODORISE AND SANITISE
A dual sanitiser and deodoriser are fogged for approx. 5 seconds across the cleaned upholstery to kill any residual bacteria that might breed in the damp upholstery. It also imparts a pleasant slow-release smell.
Please note that this is the description of just one method available to us and we have many more methods available to use depending on the situation and it is only a guide.
The NCCA membership comprises professionally trained carpet & upholstery cleaning technicians who are fully insured and follow a Code of Practice. They are recommended for a full range of services related to the cleaning & maintenance of carpets, hard flooring and soft furnishings.
We only use the kindest solutions to clean your carpets for the environment, your pets and children!
All carpets are left PH neutral after cleaning and all waste is removed safely.