The RugWash team wish you a safe and happy holiday season. Please note we will be closed during the following days
Thursday 15th December: Closed
Friday 23rd December – Sunday 8th January: Closed
Monday 9th January: Reopen and back to standard business hours
Over this time we will still be taking phone ...
To our valued RugWash customers…..
RugWash is thrilled to have been invited by the Master Rug Cleaners and Association of Rug Cleaning Specialists to join a select group of experienced rug washing professionals from around the world on a tour of rug weaving areas and rug cleaning facilities in Iran.
This is a once in a ...
Removing soils from rugs is one of the key jobs undertaken here at RugWash Queensland. There are many different types of soils and contaminants found in rugs, and knowing what type of soil is in the rug is one of the most important steps in effectively removing it.
So what are the ten most common types of soil found in ...
Having washed a number of braided rugs here at RugWash we thought we would share with you some of the interesting history behind this style.
Braided rugs were an important part of early American homes. The craft had its beginnings in the United States in New England where winters are cold and rugs were needed for warmth. The ...
With the severe flooding and rain we have experienced here in Brisbane recently I thought it would be a good idea to share with my readers how to properly handle water damaged rugs prior to cleaning.
Many times, rugs are permanently damaged not from an incident, but from improper handling. If you phone your Insurance ...
Here at Brisbane RugWash we see many rugs that have been contaminated by our furry friends and it is one of our most difficult jobs. I would like to give our readers some information on pet urine and its removal.
When urine goes on a rug in a warm acidic state, it penetrates the face fibres and ends up in the middle of ...