Oriental & Area Rugs

  • Cleaned in our Plant / Pick-up and Delivered
  • Chinese & Persians
  • Wool & Silk
  • Dhurries & Kelims
  • Custom Crafted
  • Cotton & Rayon
  • Sisal, Bast fibers, linen, jute, coir,
  • Machine made & Hand Knotted
  • Premium Rug pads by Dura-hold
  • Custom cut and installed

Oriental and area rugs are beautiful additions to your home, but they often require special care to ensure they last a lifetime. Protect your investment with professional oriental rug cleaning services and keep your area rugs looking their best.

Oriental rugs can hold several pounds of dirt before they even begin to look dirty, and this dirt can start to wear on the delicate fibers of the rug with regular use. Having your rugs professionally cleaned is the best way to remove all this deeply engrained soil and to reduce necessary wear on your rug.

At Share Advanced Tile And Carpet Deep Cleaning Services LLC, we will take special care of your rug to ensure the cleaning method we use is safe and won’t damage or discolor your rug. We know that oriental rugs come in a variety of styles, materials, and dyes and require special handling in order to maintain their appearance and durability. Our rug cleaning experts handle each rug individually, and deliver exceptional results.

Why Is Dry Soil Removal So Important?

Because of dense pile construction of area rugs, dirt particles work their way down through the fiber, to the foundation of the rug where they can’t be removed by ordinary vacuuming.

This loose grit wreaks havoc on you rug’s delicate fibers, causing a cutting abrasive action as you walk on the rug. This is called abrasion. Abrasion accounts for fiber loss and embedded soil stains.

Spot and Pre-Conditioning Treatments

After dry soil removal, spot and pre-conditioning treatments are applied. It is important to pre-condition so that oils and spots can be easily removed.

The Difference Between a Spot and a Stain…

A spot is a foreign substance in the fabric that can be treated and removed.

A Stain is something in or on the fabric that has added a dye that cannot be completely removed.

Rug Cleaning Process


Share Advanced Tile And Carpet Deep Cleaning Services LLC carefully inspects each rug to identify any pre-existing conditions and will provide the client with a written pre-inspection report. If additional work is required an estimate will be provided and client will have the opportunity to authorize work at that time.


Performed to remove dry particulate soils. Professional equipment is used to simulate old fashioned beating of the rug. We use Rug Badger equipment which is made to gently clean even the finest and most delicate of rugs. Rug dusting is key to proper cleaning.


WoolSafe Approved cleaning products are used during this part of the process. An expert hand washing in a submersion bath with mild agitation will restore the beauty, colors and feel to your rug.


Rugs are thoroughly rinsed to remove soils, contaminants and any cleaning product residue. The knap is brushed to ensure softness as it dries. Any fringe on the rug is also brushed out during rinsing.


Special equipment and squeegees remove as much water as possible before drying which delivers a nice, soft texture.


Share Advanced Tile And Carpet Deep Cleaning Services LLC uses the latest techniques to make certain your valued rug is properly dry. Share Advanced Cleaning Services uses dry tower and specialty made air tables to rapidly dry your rug. This assures a truly clean rug with vibrant dyes that last for generations.

Fringe Cleaning

Rugs with fringe sometimes can be hard to deal with! Sometimes after cleaning the fringe, the flaws of ragged yarns are more visible. We pay special attention to cleaning fringes and removing soils, along with grooming for a finished touch. We guarantee the fringes will have the most thorough soil and spot removal possible.

Rug Protectant

Each Rug cleaned in our rug spa is coated with rug protectant. Maximum Advanced protectant for rugs surrounds the fibers with an invisible barrier that protects against oils and water-based stains.

Grooming the Rug

We groom the rug after cleaning and after applying protectant. Grooming will make your rug look its best and will allow the protectant to be distributed evenly on each individual fiber.

Reasons to Have a Pad Underneath Your Rug…

A pad will minimize slippage; it will increase the life of the rug. A pad will make the rugs feel thicker and more luxurious. A pad will smooth out irregularities in the floor. A pad will absorb noise. A pad will salvage wear and tear underneath.