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Silk Rug Cleaning

A woven, natural silk rug with regular cleaning can last for centuries. Capital Rug Cleaning offers professional silk rug cleaning services in Maryland, Washington DC, and Northern VA.

Our Process

We take all of the guesswork out of the treatment process and ensure no damage is done to the delicate material. All work is done in our state-of-the-art cleaning facility, where we determine the best cleaning technique and method that suits your silk rug’s particular characteristics.

Silk Rug Company

“Great work! I highly recommend using them for rugs you want treated well. They offered convenient pick-up and delivery.”
Richard / DC

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Types of Silk Rugs

  • Persian Silk Rugs
  • Turkish Silk Rugs
  • Egyptian Silk Rugs
  • Chinese Silk Rugs
  • Indian Silk Rugs
  • Antique Silk Rugs
  • Wool and Silk Rugs
  • Bukhara Silk Rugs
  • Nain Silk Rugs
  • Isfahan Silk Rugs
  • Tabriz Silk Carpet
  • Qum Silk Rugs
  • Heriz Silk Rugs
  • Silk Kashmir Rug
  • Silk Prayer Rugs

Professional Silk Rug Cleaning & Care

Regular vacuuming will keep dry soil from working its way deep into the mat where it will begin tearing fibers apart. However, avoid vacuuming the fringe and set the beater brushes at their highest setting or it may agitate the fibers too much and ruin their texture.

Cleaning is necessary when soil buildup affects the look or feel of the rug. It’s easy to tell when there’s too much soil present by picking it up and striking it gently. If this releases a cloud of dust, it is time to treat the material.

Dry stains should be gently removed without liquid if possible. Wet stains should be blotted up and treated with water. This material is highly sensitive to hot water, which can denature the proteins and cause the material to break down. For this reason, washing should always be done with lukewarm water instead. Also, most treatment chemicals will cause damage to the material, which is another reason most people consider consulting with a professional.



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Capital Rug Cleaning

836 Ritchie Hwy, #3R,
Severna Park, MD 21146
Mon - Fri: 10am-6pm | Sat: 12pm-5pm

443-883-5825
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