I can answer any and all questions you have regarding the cleaning, restoration and repair of Oriental rugs. I am more than happy to view your pictures via email and to give you advice on what you can do yourself and what needs to be left to the pros. I can also advise on the cost-effectiveness of repair on your rugs.
My family has had a Persian carpet store in the Washington, DC metro area for nearly 30 years (www.jahannandsons.com).
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Hello Seaneen, Thank you for your email. Unfortunately, the answer to your question is "it depends." Can you email me some photos of your rug and also a photo of the damage (firstname.lastname@example.org)?
This appears to be an Indian rug from the 1980s. It is in a Persian design, but there are only two close-up pics of the back, so I can't tell exactly what the color scheme or entire look of the rug is
Hello Mary, Thank you for your email. I'm happy to help you figure out what kind of rug you have. Would you be able to email me some photos? If you could provide me a close-up of the back of the rug where
Hello Alyssa, I'm so sorry for your predicament. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but bleach stains are pretty much irreversible, especially on synthetic, wall-to-wall carpet. But, there is something
Hello Jean, Thank you for your email. I'm sorry it took so long for me to respond! The proper way to clean rugs is to wash them with cold water and mild soap, believe it or not. Where things get complicated