How to wash area rugs – As with the rugs, it is very important to keep your rugs is free of loose debris. For small rugs, take them out and give them a shake. For large rugs and before dealing with spots or stains, thoroughly vacuum Your rugs on either side. I put my vacuum on the floor settings (low-high) so that the brush roller close to the rugs when I vacuum them.
Always read the care instructions and consult the tag before cleaning. For any cleaning product, test a small area first to make sure it does not damage your rugs. I find it best to thoroughly vacuum and then place clean. Spot clean, I’ve found that one teaspoon of liquid dish detergent and water Measure works well as a cleanser. Use a soft toothbrush and lightly apply and then wipe it dry with a clean cloth or towel. Using the pressure of your hands when blotting but do not rub dry. An alternative to water spray stain with SOAP is a 50/50 solution of water and vinegar. Once again, delete.
When the time comes to deep clean (maybe once a year), I will use my steam clean machine with certainly testing the first solution. For rugs not too wet, every solution steam cleaner should work fine. Vast rugss should not stay wet for too long because of fungi and bacteria.