1. Do you know if your Sacramento Rug is real silk or a faux silk?

    Do you know the difference between a real silk rug and a faux silk rug? You would think that simply looking on the label of your Sacramento Silk rug would give you all the information you need, right? Unfortunately, the reality is that many times the truth is hidden behind gimmick-like words. You ma…Read More

  2. Why choose us for your El Dorado Hills Oriental rug cleaning?

    Let’s face it, not all rug cleaners are the same.  Is it worth it to go with the cheapest price out there?  As we explore what to look for in a reputable rug cleaner for your home. Don’t just pick the cheapest company out there.  The old adage of ‘you get what you pay for’ is never truer …Read More

  3. Oriental rugs, should they be cleaned in home or in shop?

    What is the difference? Let’s take a look at each of them and their differences. In Home Cleaning. When you want an Oriental rug cleaned in your El Dorado Hills home it is absolutely possible, with a few very notable exceptions. Is the rug on wood floor? If yes, we will need to either have another…Read More

  4. Seeing white knots in your Sacramento Oriental rugs

    What are these white dots/knots showing up in my  Sacramento rugs?  Having a hand knotted rug, you do not think that you would actually see the knots. But guess what? They will start to eventually show through.  Let’s talk a bit about knots in your rug and why it is happening. These knots, that…Read More

  5. Removing the dry soil from Oriental rugs in Sacramento

    Dry soil is the most common soil type found in your Sacramento rugs.  There has been testing that says 75% or more of total soil found in your rugs.  While you may think that spills are the most damaging (and it can be in many cases) dry soil can scratch, cut and severally damage your rug fibers. …Read More

  6. Is your Folsom rug silk or a faux silk?

    Do you know the difference between a real silk rug and a faux silk rug?  You would think that simply looking on the label of your El Dorado Hills rug would give you all the information you need, right?  Unfortunately, the reality is that many times the truth is hidden behind gimmick-like words.  …Read More

  7. Caring for your El Dorado Hills fine area rug

    If you have area rugs, whether they are synthetic rugs from your local department store or that amazing, hand-knotted rug you inherited or found on that special trip, you want them to always look their best. Let us here at The Specialists help you keep them looking great! Here are some tips to help…Read More

  8. Choosing the correct rug pad for your El Dorado Hills home.

    Using the correct rug padding help prolong the life of your rug.  It helps provide a solid foundation for your rug(s).  Not only does high quality rug padding provide comfort, it will help protect your El Dorado Hills rug from furniture tears, holes and indentations by providing an extra layer of …Read More

  9. Removing urine from your Oriental rug in El Dorado Hills

    Whether you have finally found the one you want or you have just inherited one, you finally have that gorgeous Oriental rug in your El Dorado Hills home.  As you are enjoying it, you discover that your furry family member has also discovered it and decided to mark it as their own.  As that moment …Read More

  10. Is my oriental rug tufted or hand knotted?

    What are the differences between a tufted rug and a knotted rug? Both tufted and knotted rugs are made by hand and that is the only thing they really have in common. Let’s take a look a few of the most notable differences so you can know the difference in your oriental rug. A tufted rug generally…Read More