Rug Cleaning in Adelaide & Surrounding Areas…
Your rugs provide warmth and softness to your room and are an integral part of your décor. Don’t trust them to just any cleaning company.
The following companies all provide superior rug cleaning services at fair prices. You don’t have to worry about them being licensed or insured because we have already checked them for you (vetted and verified companies only).
Have you had your rugs cleaned in your Adelaide home or office and were pleased with the results? Contact us to recommend your trusted Adelaide rug cleaning company.
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Rug cleaning is a science and Adelaide Clean Easy technicians have the skill to properly clean your rugs without doing damage.
Your rug will be pre-inspected and any concerns you have addressed before the work starts. Only environmentally friendly solutions and processes are used by Adelaide Clean Easy. They are so confident you will be happy they offer a money back guarantee.
Service Area: Burnside, Norwood, Magill, Springfield
Providing high quality rug cleaning since 2001. Advanced Cleaning and Restoration can clean your rug on-site or at their state of the art company facility.
Pet soil can be removed by a soak in their special rug pond. Oriental and Persian rugs are no problem for Advanced Cleaning and Restoration. They can expertly clean and dry all rugs and even apply a soil resistant treatment to help keep them clean.
For superior rug cleaning, call Statewide Carpet Cleaners and get peace of mind. They have many years of experience in steam cleaning rugs of all styles and types.
Their attention to detail is second to none. If your rugs look tired and dull, Statewide can tell you what method is best to safely clean your rugs and protect your investment.
Service Area: Throughout Adelaide
You can trust your rugs to Steamatic Adelaide. Their state of the art rug cleaning and washing facility is capable of removing the toughest dirt and handling the most sensitive dyes and fibres. Stain and odour treatments and nonslip backing are also available. Syhthetic or natural fibre rugs, Steamatic Adelaide cleans them all!
Service Area: Adelaide Metro
Whether your rug is made of wool, cotton, silk , polypropylene, polyester, acrylic, viscose or nylon fibres, ChemDry Professionals can make it look fresh and smell clean again.
They are a family-owned business that has been providing rug cleaning services in Adelaide for over 24 years. Their motto is Providing Excellence in customer service for a fair price.
This dedication to service has allowed them to be the winner of the International Perpetual Excellence Award.
Service Area: Adelaide
O’Shea’s will clean your rug with their rug Badger (Bug, Allergen, Dirt & Grit Extractor for Rug renovating) machine run by an IICRC accredited Oriental rug cleaning technician.
This process will remove soil and sediment trapped in the fibres and rug foundation. After cleaning, the pile is re-set, the fringe whitened, and the rug placed in their special rug drying machine.
Additional services such as odour removal, moth prevention, edge binding and stain-.guarding available.
Service Area: Adelaide
Adelaide Clean Easy
Call 04 1122 2923
Adelaide CleanEasy offers a healthy and environmentally aware cleaning system for your rugs. They are always looking for the most environmentally friendly products and systems to use in cleaning your rugs and carpets.
Adelaide Cleaneasy introduced the encapsulation cleaning process into their rug cleaning with great results. They can achieve superb results with this process and it is much more environmentally-friendly than the standard extraction process.
Carpets and rugs are being manufactured with new fibres all the time. As a result, Cleaneasy is always developing new processes and new cleaning methods and procedures to achieve the best results for these fibres.
Full Service Company
In addition to cleaning your area rugs, Persian, and Oriental rugs with care, Adelaide Cleaneasy also cleans:
They also are a full service water damage restoration company.
Cleaneasy Adelaide strives to do the best possible job each and every time you call them out. Whether it is cleaning in your Adelaide area home or office, they aren’t happy until you are happy. If for any reason the cleaning is not to your satisfaction, they will clean it again. They are so confident in their cleaning processes they offer a money back guarantee.
Professional service, attention to detail, and respect for the environment are the cornerstones of this successful business.
Burnside, Norwood, Magill, Mitcham, Toorak Gardens, Springfield
Call 04 1122 2923
UPDATE: TrustedCleaner recently published a list of the best Adelaide carpet cleaning companies
On-Site or Off-Site Rug Cleaning: Which Option is Best for Your Rugs?
Even if you vacuum once a week or more, your rugs are going to eventually need cleaning. Hiring a rug cleaning company can be confusing. Some offer on-site service and others have an off-site cleaning facility. What is the difference in the cleaning methods and how do you know which is right for your rug?
On-site cleaning can be performed on many rugs made from fibres similar to carpeting. These may be natural or man-made fibres with color-fast dyes. This is the least expensive method of rug cleaning. After vacuuming pre-treating, the rug will be cleaned using either a hot water extraction or carbonation method. These surfactants will loosen the soil so that it can be extracted. This method is usually not used for rugs with jute backing, due to the danger of shrinking. To prevent damage, your rugs should only be cleaned by a trained professional. While do-it-yourself products may be available in stores, you run the risk of damaging or further soiling your rug. More information on the proper on-site rug cleaning procedures is available from the IICRC.
If your rug is antique, Oriental, or Persian or made from natural fibres such as wool or backed with jute, it will most likely require off-site cleaning. The rug will be inspected, rolled up, and taken to a facility that is especially equipped for the laundering of these types of rugs. This process is more expensive but it is a more thorough cleaning process and will not result in damage to the dyes or fibres used in the rug. After loose soil is removed, the rug will be immersed in a cleaning solution, the solution extracted, a deodoriser might be applied and then the pile will be brushed. After this, the rug will be dried.