1. Jute rug verses a Sisal rug, and which is the right choice for you?

    Often, people will say I have a jute or sisal rug, but they don’t often know the difference.   There are a few key differences between them, and they could help you choose what rug is the correct choice for your home. Jute A jute rugs fiber is more of a natural soft and durable.  It is sometime…Read More

  2. The COVID-19 virus and how we can help each other!

    We are all concerned about the COVID-19 virus (Coronavirus).  We are taking extra precautions here at our company to ensure the safety of our employees as well as our clients.  Here are just a few things you too can do to help stop the spread. The World Health Organization recommends to “Do the …Read More

  3. Integrity, honesty and respect for your home and family.

    Integrity, honesty and respect for your home and family is what you should expect from a service company.  That is what you will get from The Specialists. Out of respect for you and your home and in order to keep germs to an absolute minimum, our vehicles and equipment are wiped down and thoroughly…Read More

  4. Is a viscose rug right for your Sacramento home?

    Viscose, Lyocell, Ramie, Faux silk, man-made silk, fake-silk, banana-silk or bamboo silk these are all words for viscose or rayon fiber.  It is very soft, and people often think they are getting a great deal on a silk rug, when in fact, they are not.  Let’s take a peek at why. Viscose is well kn…Read More

  5. Do you know if your Sacramento Rug is real silk or a faux silk?

    Do you know the difference between a real silk rug and a faux silk rug? You would think that simply looking on the label of your Sacramento Silk rug would give you all the information you need, right? Unfortunately, the reality is that many times the truth is hidden behind gimmick-like words. You ma…Read More

  6. Seeing white knots in your Sacramento Oriental rugs

    What are these white dots/knots showing up in my  Sacramento rugs?  Having a hand knotted rug, you do not think that you would actually see the knots. But guess what? They will start to eventually show through.  Let’s talk a bit about knots in your rug and why it is happening. These knots, that…Read More

  7. Removing the dry soil from Oriental rugs in Sacramento

    Dry soil is the most common soil type found in your Sacramento rugs.  There has been testing that says 75% or more of total soil found in your rugs.  While you may think that spills are the most damaging (and it can be in many cases) dry soil can scratch, cut and severally damage your rug fibers. …Read More