Viscose Rug

Discussion in 'Rug Cleaning Issues' started by Christopher walters, Feb 12, 2018.

  1. Christopher walters

    Christopher walters Member

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    Hi all

    Advice on best to clean this please.

    My Local Specialist Rug plant will only remove dry soil using air duster and rug badger.

    I’m tempted to give it a miss

    The owner has messaged me stating if damage is caused he’s ok with this but in reality will he be.

    Anyway, any feedback be great.
     

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  2. Steve Porter

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    Sometimes less is more
    Doesn't look like it needs much more than dry soil extraction?
     
  3. Ken Wainwright

    Ken Wainwright Solution Training Instructor Moderator

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    I can only advise by the book.

    Dry compound clean but be aware that even the way you apply the sponges is important

    SAFE and happy cleaning:smile:
    Ken
     
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