Rug Moth Proofing Cleveland
Moth proofing of your valuable woven rugs in Cleveland and other cities in Pennsylvania, Ohio & West Virginia.
Woven rugs are traditional home décors adding color and personality to your space. However, they too need to be kept safe from bugs for long lasting beauty and functionality. If you need rug moth proofing services, we are just a call away.
Woven rugs last for years provided they are well maintained. However, if not maintained properly, your beautiful piece of art will lose its charm in a short span of time.One of the major enemies of your rugs is a moth.
Flying moths aren’t particularly a problem, but its larvae are the greatest threat to your delicate rugs and carpets. Larvae stage is the time to feed so these moth larvae can eat away anything that stands in their way meaning even your rugs’ delicate fibers.
How Moths Get Into Your Rugs?
Moths and bugs love dark, dirty and less visited areas. The corners and underneath of the furniture are where they love to reside. Moths can enter your home through different mediums such as pets, shoes, dust, etc. Once they land on your carpet, they will move to a place where they can breed without being disturbed.
Damages aren’t visible right away, and only later when you see bare spaces on your rugs, you notice moth infestation. Dirty rugs or spills can also attract moth to lay their eggs and larvae to eat away your carpet’s wool fibers.
Vacuum your rugs regularly and thoroughly, and don’t skip under the furniture, corners and the back of the rugs. Clean your rugs and carpets of spills and stains immediately.
Though vacuuming may make your rugs seem clean, they still might hold moths and larvae. Spraying solutions containing pyrethrum can also help kill moth eggs and larvae. If you see moth activity or infestation on your rugs, call your professional rug cleaners immediately.
Contact Us Now
You can call Woven Rug Gallery if you live in Cleveland and nearby cities for moth proofing of your rugs. We clean your rugs, vacuum them, and set them to dry. We use cedar chips, Muslin fabric and other rug cleaning agents to clean your rugs.