Rug Advice

Paul Dennis

Cleantalk Member
I have been asked if this can be cleaned , more for dog smell than muck , it's like a shaggy fiber rug , the photo of it didn't turn out but got the labels but only one will upload
 

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John Bolton

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Paul,

Subject to testing there should be no issues with the clean. Though a synthetic fibre, I find that the best results on polyester rugs are obtained by treating as wool. M-Power is the best product and follow your training regarding shag piles.
 

Ken Wainwright

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To add to JB's response, these microfibres can cause a Vacuum cleaner or an extraction machine wand to lock down on the carpet, producing almost zero airflow. It is essential to take steps to by-pass this.

Safe and happy cleaning:smile:

Ken
 

John Bolton

Cleantalker Veteran
A Brushing vacuum cleaner can cause too much shedding but you can use a non-powered attachment and of course back-dust or indeed hang it over a line and use a carpet beater (I still have a couple of wicker carpet beaters that still get used on occasion).

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Nick Robertson-Vousden

Solution World of Clean
We are talking Back vaccing here Paul as in turn the rug upside down and vacuum the back ( very very thoroughly, prior to any chemical treatment.

Regards

Nick
 
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Paul Dennis

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Hi Nick yes thanks , was going to do it , customer says they Dyson it most days even though it says don't , its the dog smell on it that bothers them more so good old M power will sort that , well normally does cheers chaps
 
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