The removal of dry soil is called dusting. Rugs are designed to add comfort and remove the soil beneath our shoes. Some area rugs are used more for decorating, adding color, and protecting the flooring under it. Regardless of what the rugs are used for, at some point they all need to be dusted and cleaned. Over time the area rug become loaded with dry soil which gets embedded into the knots at the base of the rug. This cannot be removed by simply vacuuming.
It's important to note that if the dry soil is not removed, it can cause serious consequences to the construction of the rug. By dusting the rug it loosens the soil so that it can be remove easily.
At Executive Rug Cleaning we use three different methods in our dusting process . The rug beater machine does just that; it gently beats the back of the rug to loosen the soils within the face of the rug. Afterwards, it gets a thorough vacuuming before heading to the wash tub. Another way of dusting uses compressed air through a tool which is placed on the backside of the rug. The technician moves the tool around like you would a vacuum. The soil is blown out of the fibers. The third method is the Turkish Tumbler. Not only does this dust the rugs, but it also polishes the wool on the rug leaving it with a nice sheen. When the dusting process is finished, your rug will be dust-free and have a luxurious shine to it.
As you have read, all of the dry soil is removed from the rug before it even goes into the cleaning process . This allows the fibers to be washed more thoroughly and leaves them feeling soft to the touch.
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