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Our team introduced a new natural fiber safe cleaning solution, with a neutral pH. Leaving a soft, velvety feel. As you touch your rug, it is cleaner, and better protected, allowing you to experience the results of the Natural Soil Removal System.Our Happiness GuaranteeStunning Results
Unlike traditional area rug cleaning, the BenchMark clean is designed to help you clean, restore and preserve your area rug. BioCare™ cleaning solutions are used in a gentle-controlled clean to flush soil away from your area rug. Similarly, the pH neutralizing rinse resets your fibers back to their natural state, leaving your rug clean and balanced.
HANDMADE ORIENTAL (TRADITIONAL) AREA RUGS
BenchMark has been cleaning HandMade Oriental rugs for 30 years. With expertise and experience, we’re able to offer you the safest and deepest cleaning of every hand-made and machine loomed area rug.
After learning about BenchMark, call us for expert help from our customer care coordinator. Professional and very experienced in Oriental rugs and their construction, our staff can answer your questions and help you pick the best cleaning package for you.
Once you select your package, take advantage of our free pick up and delivery! We’ll deliver handmade oriental area rugs back to your home within 10 business days from when it was picked up. Ask your salesperson for more information.
Handmade Oriental Rugs
Handmade Oriental rugs enhance the overall beauty of your room, not to mention improving your indoor air quality by capturing soils, dust, and allergens.
A properly cared for HandMade Oriental area rug can last more than 100 years! With proper vacuuming, and consistent professional cleaning you can get years of enjoyment out of it.
Handmade area rugs are usually made from hand-made wool, silk, and colored with vibrant vegetable dyes.
Oriental Rug Care
Correct upkeep for your Oriental rug help it remain beautiful, and extend it’s lifetime. The best way to care for your rug, vacuum consistantly, blot up stains or spills immediately (do not scrub), and avoid stain removers, because they can strip the color from the rug.