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Customer Review | Heirloom Oriental Rug Cleaning – Daytona

Don’t take our word for it. See what our customers have to say! Check out this great review with Customer Lobby: Excellent customer service from both sets of people that came. They weren’t in a hurry. People usually come in and out and don’t listen, but Heirloom isn’t like that. I had questions about the quality of the rugs I was cleaning and the two men that came to get the rugs took the time to explain to me how to tell whether the rug is a low, medium, or high quality. He said mine was a medium quality and showed me the reasons why. If I ever wanted to buy higher...

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Quick Holiday Cleaning Guide

Have houseguests coming? Get a handle on the holidays with these great ideas for keeping dirt and chaos under control with company in mind. Guest Bedroom: This is the most likely the first place your company will go to plop themselves and their belongings down. Before they arrive, wash the bed sheets in warm or hot water with a capful of white vinegar to ensure they are fresh. While the sheets are in the dryer, give the room a quick one-over, like dusting the side tables and setting out clean towels. And then to finish, replace the bedding and fluff the pillows to make your next guests feel...

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Household Allergens | Rug Cleaning Can Help Ease Your Symptoms

Approximately 40 million people in the U.S. suffer from indoor and outdoor allergies, which can be caused by allergens ranging from pet dander and mold spores to ragweed and pollen. The cold, dry air of fall and winter irritate many allergy sufferers, but there are steps you can take to lessen the effects of seasonal allergens. Firstly, the most important step is to have your carpet, upholstery and rugs professionally deep cleaned. A deep cleaning can remove up to 98% of common household allergens and bacteria. Click the infographic below for more ideas to help ease your allergy...

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Rug Pile: A Quick User’s Guide

A rug’s pile refers to the density of fibers. The pile height or thickness of the rug and the length of the fibers in the weave combined determine the pile of a rug. They can range from a flat/short pile or long and shaggy. Pile Height To Consider Pile heights vary: less than 1/4″ (low); 1/4″ to 1/2″ (medium); 1/2″ to 3/4″ (plush); some shags can be even longer. High Traffic Areas Thick pile does not necessarily equate to quality. Some very fine rugs are thin. That said, high-traffic areas can benefit from rugs with some density. Short and Durable Shorter pile rugs will, as a rule, last a...

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Fall Cleaning Checklist

Fall is here: Time to get your house in shape for the cooler months ahead. Although autumn can be one of the busiest seasons for homeowners preparing for winter, it’s also the best time to take advantage of the moderate weather to repair any damages, get your rugs and carpets cleaned, among other areas of the home, before the first frost sets in. Click here for ideas that will keep your home running in peak condition all winter long, inside and out: Heirloom cares for the finest to the most basic rugs from around the...

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Dye Bleeding – The Effects of Bad Area Rug Cleaning

If you have beautiful area rugs spread throughout your home or workplace, you may have tried DIY area rug cleaning, or you hired someone to clean them only to find that you now have damage to your beautiful rug. Dye bleeding can happen on many area rugs when they are not cared for correctly. You may find that the dyes bleed into one another, changing the colors, patterns, and overall look of your rugs. This happens when dyes in your rugs are not colorfast. Incorrect area rug cleaning causes these colors to run into one another. Red dyes are the biggest culprit when it comes to not being...

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