Sisal, seagrass & coir. Natural Carpet Cleaning.
Do you have a Sisal or Seagrass carpet? Have you been told that it couldn't be cleaned? Well, that's not entirely true. Natural carpets like sisal and seagrass cannot be WET cleaned.
Specialist carpets require specialist cleaning.
Carpets such as Sisal and Seagrass are a great addition to any home. Hard-wearing and will last many years. The problem is, 90%of carpet cleaners won't touch them! Either due to lack of training or insufficient equipment.
Here at Paramount, you can rest assured that you are in safe hands. With the knowledge and training to clean any carpet, we can breathe a breath of fresh air into any home.
Using our very low moisture (VLM) carpet cleaning process we can restore the look of your natural fiber carpet. Our specialist machine gently agitates the cleaning product into the fiber loosening dry soils. After this step, a powerful vacuum pulls the product from the carpet leaving the carpet ready for years more use.
Stain removal from sisal carpets is a very delicate process and often once a stain occurs, it is unfortunately permanent.
How can I clean my sisal carpet at home?
Without the proper knowledge and products, it is not recommended to attempt cleaning your sisal carpets. We are always available should you need any advice.
How do you get water stains out of sisal carpet?
Due to the nature of the fibers, they are susceptible to water damage. If you have a spill, blot up as much as you can immediately. Place a clean, dry towel over the area and weigh it down, this will absorb more of the spill as it dries. DO NOT apply any home treatments.
How to remove pet stains from a sisal rug.
As above, treat the stain by blotting as much as possible. If the problem is feces, pick up what you can. If it's runny, allow to dry and carefully remove with a blunt implement and appropriate PPE. Failing this, give us a call and we will be happy to assist. DO NOT apply any home treatments.
Did you know?
Sisal carpet is a natural carpet fiber extracted from an Agave (Agave sisalana) plant’s long spiny leaves. Sisal is a highly durable carpet often used for heavy traffic areas as it stands up well to a lot of use. Sisal can be used as a wall to wall carpet, an area rug or runner in the home. Most sisal area rugs and runners have a canvas border (roughly an inch wide) for a more tailored finish.
The Agave plant is believed to have originated in Mexico, but it is now grown in Brazil, Florida, the Caribbean, as well as Tanzania, Kenya, and parts of Asia.
Sisal is also commonly used for rope, twine, cloth, paper, handicrafts, and wall coverings.
Contact us today to arrange your clean.