Staging laundry for wash day at my plant

Discussion in 'Rugs and Textiles' started by T Monahan, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. T Monahan
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    We are not a big volume rug washing plant yet. Our equipment allows what we do to be managed mostly by one talented, trained rug washer. That is not to say I won't be helping on occasion.

    Monday's project is only about 35 or so rugs to be washed and some additional rugs to be processed out of the Dry Room.

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    You seem to have mainly good quality wool rugs. May I ask how you do you advertising?
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    We let people see what we do on our website. Our on-location carpet and furniture cleaning tech cross markets for rugs too.
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    The ironic thing is that the good quality wool/silk rugs are generally easy to clean. The cheap tufted, shag and viscose things I see on a daily basis are monsters.
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    We get a number of tufted and viscose too. I have seen up to 50% at times.

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