|Oriental Rug Cleaning|
Supplies and Tools:
Bissel® Rug shampoo for pets
Large laundry sink or toilet
Mrs. Black a World Famous Television Chef on the Network Channel had purchase an 12-ft by 12-ft Chinese oriental rug from a discontinued home furniture business. The rug had been soiled by the owners pets and needed an urgent cleaning. Usually these rug need to be handle by a special process but Mrs. Black wanted the rug to be clean immediately. She had purchased from Kohl a pet shampoo machine and wanted to use it to clean the rug.
This post the eight steps on how to shampoo an Oriental rug using a Bissel® Pet Shampoo machine.
Step 1: The oriental rug was placed on a tile surface and vacuumed until all the animal hairs could not be seen. Use a standard vacuum cleaner until most of the animal hair is removed. As the rug is cleaned with the pet rug cleaner the animal hair will be removed from the rug, increasing its color and natural smell.
Step 2: Fig.1 shows the pink plastic bottle of Bissell® pet shampoo. Fig.2 shows Oxy Clean® shampoo. Both were used in cleaning this rug.
|Fig.1 Rug soap|
|Fig.2 Oxy Soap|
|Fig.3 Add soap|
|Fig.4 Dulled rug from cat|
hair has dulled this rug!
|Fig.5 Click water basket|
|Fig.7 Rid water|
|Fig.8 Rug clean|
|Fig.9 Beater brush clean|
Part 1 of 3 - Oriental Rug Shampoo
Part 2 of 3 - Furniture Feet Protection
Part 3 of 3 - Oriental Leg Adjustment
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