It is not always a good idea to try to clean an oriental rug on your own at home. When it comes to cleaning rugs, my first piece of advice is always to hire a professional rug cleaner. Not only will this guarantee that your rug is not ruined, but it will also ensure that the job is done correctly. Always keep in mind that your oriental rug represents a significant financial investment and ought to be handled as such.

The following instructions should be followed in order for you to successfully clean your oriental rug in the comfort of your own home. These are the steps to cleaning an oriental rug made of wool. It is strongly recommended that you refrain from attempting to clean more delicate fabrics such as silk. Rugs should never be cleaned by anyone other than a trained professional rug cleaner.

The first step is to clean off the dirt.

Start by giving the oriental rug a good vacuuming. When you vacuum the top of your rug, you should only use suction. After that, you should turn the rug over and thoroughly vacuum both sides. It is recommended that this step be performed once a month as part of a routine cleaning process in order to assist in lowering the amount of dirt that becomes lodged deep within the fibers of your rug. It is possible for dirt to become lodged in the fibers of an oriental rug, which will result in a sandpaper-like texture whenever the rug is stepped on.

Step 2: Fringes

You should not vacuum the fringes that are around the edges of the oriental rug if it has fringes. When you vacuum over these fringes, the bristles of the vacuum will cause stress on the fringes, which will in turn cause stress on the fibers. Even worse, they run the risk of escaping and then being sucked into the vacuum itself. Therefore, rather than doing that, simply tuck the fringes under the rug. If some of the fringes do get sucked in, you should not try to pull them free because you might end up breaking them. Instead, just let them be. Instead, you should turn off the vacuum and remove each of the fringes by hand.

Step 3: Dusting

Position the oriental rug in the front yard of your home. Place it in a vertical position. Beat the rug gently with a stick or the handle of a broom to remove any dust that may still be trapped in the rug fibers. Get ready for a significant amount of dust.

Step 4: Perform another round of vacuuming.

After you have removed all of the dust from your oriental rug, you should re-vacuum it so that any dirt or dust that was loosened by the stick or broom that you used in step 3 can be picked up.

Step 5: prepare the surface to be cleaned.

Before you start cleaning the oriental rug, you should use some soap and a hose to remove any dirt or dust that may be present in the area where the rug is located. If you want to prevent water from pooling on your driveway, it is best to keep your rug dry and clean on a sloped section of the driveway.

Step 6: Dampen the surface of the rug.

After you have the rug in a clean location, turn it over so that the side you normally walk on is facing up toward the ceiling. Take note of the orientation in which the pile is stacked. After that, soak the rug in cold water while holding it in the same direction as the pile of the rug. To accomplish this task, you can make use of a garden hose. Make sure that it is thoroughly and uniformly soaked.

Step 7: Applying Shampoo

Put water and one to two tablespoons of a gentle liquid detergent in a bucket that is three to five gallons in capacity. Stir it up until you see foam forming. If more of the gentle detergent is required, add it now. Before applying it to the entire rug, you should make sure it works in a small area first. While you are agitating the rug with a brush with clean bristles, you should also pour your water and detergent mixture onto the rug. You might benefit from some assistance with this. Try not to scrub too vigorously. You want to stir up the fiber as much as possible. Scrub in a circular motion, ensuring that the bristles make even contact with the back of your oriental rug as you move the brush in both the vertical and horizontal directions. Repeat the process as necessary and replenish the water and detergent solution whenever they are depleted.

Step 8: Perform the process again and again.

It is important to thoroughly rinse the rug. Check to see if there is any detergent that was left on the rug after it was cleaned. Maintaining the use of a bristle brush to agitate the fibers while simultaneously removing all of the suds is recommended. After turning the rug over, proceed with step 7 once more. At this point, you should only move the brush in the direction of the pile. Do not scrub, and avoid moving in an up-and-down, back-and-forth, or side-to-side motion. After you have gotten rid of all of the suds, you should just move the brush in the same direction as the pile of the rug (the water run-off should turn as clear as possible). It is now possible to initiate the drying process.

Step 9: Drying.

After removing all of the suds and ensuring that your oriental rug is spotless, it is necessary to squeeze as much excess water out of the rug as possible. You need only move in the direction that the pile of the rug is going. After you have finished squeezing the rug, you can place a few other dry rugs on top of it, and then you can walk on it to absorb even more water. After you have removed the majority of the water from your oriental rug, you should move it indoors or into the garage. It is preferable for the rug to have as little contact with the ground as possible. In order to successfully complete the drying process, it is necessary for the top as well as the bottom of the rug to have an adequate amount of air circulation.

You can hasten the drying process of the rug by making use of a fan. Do not use any kind of heating lamp because doing so could result in uneven drying. After the rug has completely dried, there is a possibility that it will become wavy. Because prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may cause your rug to fade, you should avoid leaving it in the open air for extended periods of time. When the rug has reached its final moisture content, you can either re-vacuum it or rub your hand over it to remove any areas that have become rigid.

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