As you prepare your home for the holiday season, accomplishing all of the necessary cleaning and decorating, don’t neglect the rugs beneath your feet. Just like the rest of your home, rugs can benefit from some holiday prep, too! Greenspring Rug Care can clean your rugs before the holidays arrive, bringing with them a steady flow of guests. We’ll share two best practices to prepare your rugs for all of the merriment ahead that will leave them clean, stain-free, odor-free, and ready to welcome your guests.
1. Clean Your Rug
Before you host family and friends to celebrate the holidays, you’ll likely spend time cleaning your home from top to bottom. Fortunately, we have the experience and expertise to clean all types of rugs and will ensure that your rugs look their very best! Once we analyze your rug for damage, fading colors, stains, or other issues, we will mechanically dust it to expel any dirt and debris before the cleaning process begins. We will pre-treat any stains and then wash the rug thoroughly, removing contaminants, before drying it in a special temperature-controlled drying room.
2. Protect Your Rug
Once your rug is fresh and clean, there is another service we offer that will help it stay that way. Inevitably, there will be spills that accompany all of the guests and merry-making in your home in the weeks ahead. Our MicroSeal protectant provides stain protection to help you avoid any stains on your newly cleaned rug. Not only does our MicroSeal protection help your rug resist stains, it will also enable it to resist sun fading, wear, static, mildew, smoke, and more, exponentially increasing the lifespan of your rug.
Request Service Today
Don’t wait any longer to give your rug the cleaning and protection it needs in order to shine this holiday season. To make your life even easier, Greenspring Rug Care offers free pick-up and delivery and furniture moving with our rug cleaning service. Contact us today at (410) 667-RUGS to request service for your rug. We serve residents in Baltimore, Bethesda, and Gaithersburg, Maryland, Washington D.C., and the surrounding counties of Howard, Harford, and Anne Arundel.