The cleaning process involves a lot of water thus your rug may absorb a lot of water. If you do not act quickly your rug may grow some mildew and eventually weaken the fiber. Specifically when dealing with wool fibers which absorbs and retains a lot of water and therefore takes a lot of time to dry. After the washing process, the next step is the wringer machine. Usually the rug absorbs about 70% of their weight in moisture and therefore increasing the drying time. When you extract the water from the rug you reduce the time consumed in the drying process. When you pass your rug through the wringer machine, it's wrung completely, this ensure there are no drips after hanging them on the drying tower.
Our wringer machines has rails that holds the rug at good position to allow proper wringing, some people have been complaining that their rugs are torn, and stretched because they not wrung properly. To ensure your valuable rug is perfectly maintained the professional running the wringer machines are well equipped to ensure they set and time the rug according to the specific size of your rug. This allows the rug to hold properly and swing around the conveyer belt smoothly without being over stretched. Visit us today for service with a difference.
After the washing process, the next step is the wringer machine. Rugs are extremely heavy when they are wet. Rugs are liable to grow mildew if they remain damp for too long. Therefore a quick drying time is vital especially when dealing with wool fibers, which absorb and hold 70% of their weight in mositure. The wringer reduces the drying time. Rugs enter the wringer completely saturated by after being wrung out they do not even drip after hangin them up in our dry tower room.