As an experienced carpet cleaner I know that just vacuuming and steam cleaning a rug does not offer the best result. All rugs have to be thoroughly dusted before contemplating a cleaning process. The rug type determines the cleaning process used at Skrub-A-Rug, with many rugs being completely submerged in water and selected detergents. Whatever the process used, all detergents are rinsed out of the rug leaving no residue behind.
Scrub-A-Rug has a controlled drying room to enable quick drying which is essential for many rug types.
The rug is dusted with the "Rug Badger" on a chain mesh base to remove solid materials.
The chain mesh is rolled away to reveal solid material removed by the "Rug Badger". This is then disposed of.
The rug is then vacuumed with a power head for final dusting and hair removal.
The rug is then washed with selected detergents.
The rug is then rinsed and extracted in the centrifugal ringer.
The final drying process involves the rugs being suspended to dry in a controlled environment.