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Leather Shag Rug Cleaning Services in Southeast Idaho

Leather shag rugs come in multiple colors from natural to neon and bring a lavish texture that is complementary to any décor. All American Rug Cleaning recommends taking the help of our local professional contractors for cleaning your leather rugs at least once a year to maintain your investment and keep your rugs in great condition. Our Local Rug Contractors are certified by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Leather Shag Rug Dusting and Vacuuming

While Leather rugs do require professional cleaning every 12-18 months to properly maintain them, they're relatively simple to keep clean and dust-free at home in between professional cleanings. To maintain leather rugs at home, simply shake them out on a weekly basis to remove dust particles and small fragments lodged within the pile. This will prevent grit and debris from settling deep within the pile and from scratching the leather of your rug.

Leather Shag Rug Cleaning

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Leather Shag Rug Maintenance

  • Use the upholstery attachment of a vacuum cleaner to remove dust and debris.
  • Do not use the roller or beater bar of a vacuum to vacuum your rug as this will pull and damage the fringe.
  • Keep your leather rug out of high-traffic areas.
  • Rotate your leather shag rug for even wear.
  • Do not place heavy furniture on your area rug.
  • Avoid discoloration and fading by keeping the rug out of direct sunlight.
  • Have your leather area rugs cleaned professionally for tough stains every 12-18 months
  • Order a new, custom cut rug pad from All American Rug Cleaning to prevent slipping and to preserve the life of your leather rug.

Leather Rug Spot Cleaning Tips

All American Rug Cleaning recommends having your leather rugs professionally cleaned, especially when you have a tricky stain. Natural leather can easily discolor or stain if it comes in contact with chemical cleaners so we do not recommend using harsh chemicals and detergents at home.

Leather Rug Spot Cleaning

However, if you prefer to try to spot cleaning your leather rug at home, read the manufacturer’s directions, and follow the leather rug spot cleaning tips below. If the manufacturer advises against washing your leather rug with soap and water, then foam leather cleaners can be used with caution according to the bottle's directions. Do not clean your leather rugs on an indoor surface such as carpet or wood flooring as the dyes used in leather can cause color bleeds that will stain on contact.

  • Use a clean, white cotton towel and dip it in the soapy solution or the foam cleanser.
  • Gently blot the stain with the towel. Do not over-saturate as color bleeds and rug abrasions can occur.
  • Use a clean damp towel to gently wipe and remove any remaining soap or foam residue. Repeat until you are satisfied that no residue remains.
  • Soak up any remaining moisture by blotting the rug with a clean, dry white cotton towel.
  • Finally, air-dry your leather rugs, but be careful of direct sunlight as it may fade your rug. Do not step on the rug until it is completely dry.

Why Choose All American Rug Cleaning?

  • In business for over 20 years
  • State of the art facility
  • Certified to clean even the most delicate rugs
  • Cleaning and rug repair specialists
  • Stain removal experts
  • Drop off and pick up options available

Call today at to get an answer to all of your rug cleaning questions and get a schedule at a convenient time to get your rug picked-up, get it cleaned at our climate-controlled facility, and have it delivered back to you in about 4-7 days. Also, you can avail of a free inspection by All American Rug Cleaning in Downey, Felt, Shelley, Geneva, Terreton, and other places of our Greater Idaho Falls, Idaho service area.