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Area Rug Cleaning - Orange County Rug Cleaning Plant

To provide you with the safest and most thorough cleaning possible, we clean area rugs at our rug cleaning facility in Laguna Niguel. Our facility is one of the most advanced rug cleaning facilities in Orange County. For your convenience, you may deliver your area rugs to us at our office plant or we can provide a pick-up and delivery service.

Most of the oriental and specialty rugs that we clean are 100% wool. Wools of New Zealand is one of the largest manufacturers of wool goods. The staff of Beacon Carpet Cleaning, Inc. has achieved the certificate of Wool Care Specialist through the Wools of New Zealand Wool Care Program. We are also certified Master Rug Cleaners (one of the highest certifications available) and train with the national Textile Pro network.

The following is a step-by-step explanation of the area rug cleaning method employed by the technicians of Beacon Carpet Cleaning, Inc.

Step 1: Inspection
While most of the area rugs are 100% wool, there are other varieties of natural or man-made fibers available. The type of fiber and construction determines the cleaning protocol for each individual rug. We will also inspect to determine whether the rug is handmade or machine-made. We will also be looking for evidence of colorfastness and color variations.

Step 2: Dry Soil Removal
Oriental and specialty rugs are designed to hide dry soil. A few years ago, the Eureka Company did a study and found that a 9 x 12 rug could hide 87 pounds of dirt! WOW! We use a variety of techniques to "dust" the rugs from the front and back. A machine called a pile lifter, special vacuum attachments and many other methods are implemented. It is essential to remove as much dry soil as possible.

Step 3: Pre-Spotting
We will treat spots, as necessary, with the appropriate spotting agents prior to the normal cleaning process. Some spots may be permanent stains. Urine damage may cause color bleeding or some dye removal.

Step 4: Pre-Conditioning
We will pre-condition all fibers and the fringe using a cleaning agent that is appropriate for the carpet fiber type.

Step 5: Agitation
Agitation is an important step in the cleaning process. We are careful not to over agitate and cause fiber distortion.

Step 6: Rinse / Extraction or Fully Immerse
We rinse and extract the area rug and fringes to maximize soil removal. We also do an extra extraction to remove as much water as possible in order to expedite the drying time and to prevent brown-out. Our rug cleaning plant is also equipped with a wash pit designed especially for some oriental and specialty rugs.

Step 7: Post-Treatment
We post-treat the area rugs with an anti brown-out solution.

Step 8: Carpet Protector - Optional
Carpet protector for both natural and synthetic oriental and specialty rugs is available upon your request.

Step 9: Finishing
We will groom your oriental or specialty rug for proper nap flow. Your rug will be combed and finished with soft groomers - made for oriental and specialty rugs.

Step 10: Drying
Once the soil is rinsed away, the area rug is dried flat or hung to dry in a controlled environment. Proper drying is essential to avoid unnatural shrinkage.

Step 11: Post Inspection
Our cleaning specialist will give your area rug a final inspection and release it for pick-up or delivery. Upon delivery, we will lay the rug for you.













How to Care for your Area Rugs

Rotation - To ensure even wear, your rug should be rotated once a year. Depending on the traffic, the rotation may vary from six months to two years.

Vacuuming - Oriental rugs, like most carpeting, should be vacuumed on a regular basis to remove dirt and restore life to the fibers. Be sure not to vacuum the fringe with your beater bar. Use the end of a vacuum hose from a canister vacuum.

Padding - A quality pad used under your rug helps protect it from dirt, wear and slippage.

Spot and Spill Procedures

• Make sure that you safely and immediately clean up spots and spills before they set.

• First, soak up the excess liquid by blotting with a clean absorbent material. Do not brush or rub the stain.

• Then spot clean with a mild detergent-white vinegar-water solution. Do not over wet.

• Rinse area thoroughly with a mixture of 6 parts water to one part white distilled vinegar. Avoid wetting the rug's backing.

• Blot dry until most of the moisture has been absorbed.

• Allow to air dry. A fan or cool hair dryer can be used to hasten the drying process.

• For stains that do not come out using these methods, ask our cleaning specialists

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##Beacon Carpet Cleaning is associated with the Wools of New Zealand Association#

Beacon Carpet Cleaning is Certified by the Carpet and Floorcare InstituteBeacon Carpet Cleaning a memeber of the Restoration Industry Association - an international association for carpet and upholstery cleaners, Oriental rug cleaners, mechanical systems hygienist, and water and fire damage restorers.

Beacon Carpet Cleaning uses Host Dry Extraction Cleaning System Products Beacon Carpet Cleaning is a memeber of the Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Institute - a division of the Association of Specialist in Cleaning & Restoration

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Contact Info
Phone: 949.496.6079
Fax: 949-367-0633
27324 Camino Capistrano Suite 173
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00-12:00, 1:00-5:00