Bleeding Dye Repair

Pet urine is one of the most common causes of rug damage. When the acidic urine is allowed to dry it changes into an alkaline state which can bleach and damage the fibres. We can treat and neutralise your urine damaged rug to deal with odour and colour loss.

Our Seven Step Signature Rug Cleaning Treatment

Every Prestige Rug Restoration job begins with a thorough assessment of your rugs condition and what can be done to restore it to its pre-incident condition. From there we move into the cleaning process where your rug is thoroughly dusted using state of the art machinery. Mechanical vibrations are used to remove non water-soluble particulates from the rug without harming the fine fibres.

After dry soil particulates have been removed, your rug receives multiple immersive cleans where water and specialist rug shampoo is used to emulsify the residual soils and thoroughly clean the rug. This cleaning process helps to restore the rugs colour while also increasing the rug’s longevity.

Once cleaned, the rug undergoes rapid moisture removal which ensures that the rug retains its natural shape. We then brush the rug meticulously to make sure that the pile and fibres are aligned. Lastly we detail the rug with considerable attention to ensure that your rug is in its absolute best possible condition before wrapping it before returning it.