Oriental Rug Cleaning
Continental Carpet Care, Inc. has been in the carpet cleaning business for more than 35 years. We specialize in cleaning, preserving, and restoring all types of oriental and exotic rugs, including hand-knotted and handwoven pieces. Handmade rugs are expensive and delicate. When your Oriental or specialty rug needs cleaning, it should be done professionally. Call (425) 541-1108 to speak with one of our rug cleaning experts.
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★★★★★ - "Continental Carpet made it easy to schedule an appointment and answer any questions. Mike showed up on time, was very professional and made my carpets look so clean, despite pet stains. I also had 2 area rugs cleaned. I would highly recommend this company!"
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Continental Carpet Care, Inc.'s Precise Cleaning of Your Treasured Carpet
Continental Carpet Care, Inc. provides superior cleaning services for handmade rugs, including hand-knotted and handwoven rugs. Our staff is highly trained in proper handling and cleaning handmade world carpets, including
- Persian, Turkish, & Moroccan
- Chinese, Indian, & Bolivian
- dhurries and tapestries
For quality cleaning of your handmade or heirloom rug, call Continental Carpet Care, Inc.: (425) 541-1108.
Continental Carpet Care, Inc. Pays Attention to Every Detail
Continental Carpet Care, Inc. begins with a detailed analysis of your specialty rug, from the smallest kilim to the oversized Persian carpet. Our careful cleaning process for all handmade rugs includes
- dry dusting to remove dust particles between the carpet fibers
- soaking for a pre-determined amount of time, depending on the rug type
- extensive brushing of the entire piece, including the fringes
- flat drying to minimize shrinking, curling, or compromising the shape of the rug
We've been cleaning Oriental and specialty rugs since 1989. Trust your finest rugs to the discriminating world carpet experts at Continental Carpet Care, Inc.. Call (425) 541-1108 today for a no-obligation quote.
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