Rugs are a beautiful statement that can provide the finishing touch for a room inside your home, and can also be valuable family heirlooms. Unfortunately, they also bear the brunt of messes, spills, and other unmentionable calamities. Greenspring Rug Care offers rug sanitization services so that you don’t have to live with a smelly, musty rug any longer. Let’s go over what we can do and how it will help your rug.
Our Customized Rug Sanitizer Process
The team at Greenspring Rug Care will gladly come to the rescue of a musty-smelling rug, and we even offer free pickup and delivery services to bring your rug to our plant for thorough deodorizing and sanitizing. After a dry-dusting to rid your rug of soil, dirt, and pet dander, we will wash the rug with powerful fire hoses. We then run the rug through our centrifuge to remove any remaining dirt and debris. The rug will go into our temperature-controlled drying room where it will be inspected and brushed once it’s dry.
Enjoy a Freshly Deodorized Rug
Whether your rug has been soiled from water intrusions, home floods, pet accidents, or simply everyday use, Greenspring Rug Care can get the odors out for good. We don’t mask odors with topical treatments or deodorizing fragrances, but rather we get to the root of the problem to rid your rug of all bacteria, dirt, and odors. Once your rug has gone through our specialized cleaning process, the only thing you will smell is a clean and freshly-washed area rug. We will return your rug to your home 100% sanitized and odor-free.
Request Service For Your Rug Today
At Greenspring Rug Care, we use the most up-to-date equipment and the latest cleaning methods and technologies to remove all signs of odor and mildew from your rug. Besides our rug sanitization services, we also offer rug repairs, rug restoration, rug storage, rug padding, and more. Contact our specialists at (410) 667-RUGS for more information about us or to request service. We serve Baltimore, Bethesda, and Gaithersburg, Maryland, and the surrounding counties of Howard, Harford, and Anne Arundel, as well as Washington D.C.