Area Rug Cleaning Process

Oriental and Persian Area Rug Cleaning.

David & Sons Rug Cleaning, Carpet Cleaning and Upholstery Care specializes in cleaning of antique rugs, rug restoration, navajo, tapestry, kilim weaving, reweaving holes, restoring rips and cuts, hand-binding/surging, taping and wide binding replacements, fringe repair/replacement securing, damages caused by pets, moth damage restoration size alterations and cut downs.

Hand Washing:

  • Specialists in antique and new rugs.

  • All rugs are thoroughly dusted before the wash process to remove the dirt and grit that is builds up in between.

  • The fibers that cause the rug to wear out.

  • Fully submerged in fresh filtered water.

  • Non-toxic allergen free wash.

  • Rugs fully rinsed out /no residue in fiber.

  • Enzyme treatment to break down odor and bacteria.

  • Pet order removal.

  • Moth disinfection, removal, and prevention.

  • Water damage restoration.

  • Dye migration removal.

  • Mold and mildew removal.

We Are Able To Clean All Types Of Fibers:

  • Wool

  • Silk

  • Viscose

  • Bamboo and Banana Silk

  • Cotton

  • Hemp

  • Felt

  • Jute

  • Sisal

  • Cowhides and Sheepskins.

  • Hand knotted, machine made, tufted, Needlepoint, flat weave and kilim rugs.

Rug Cleaning Process:


Prior to the wash, the rug is dusted using the most current methods available. Settlement of dust, sand, or grit can reduce the life of a rug by causing premature wear. Deep dusting is an important step in the cleaning process, and is usually not included at cleaners offering on-site cleaning, dry cleaning, steam cleaning and other non-water immersion cleaning services. Removing the dust is the main part of creating a healthy breathing environment.


An extremely careful, thorough process hand-controlled through dusting, washing and rinsing cycles to assure full restoration of natural silky sheen and supply luxury. David & Sons Carpet Cleaning and Upholstery quality workmanship improves beauty and value.


We slow dry all rugs in a dust free, temperature controlled room at 120 degrees; an essential factor in the full recovery of their original splendor.