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Area Rug Cleaning Glossary - H

Hand Hooked/ Hand Tufted
A process of making rugs wherein weavers push loops of yarn through a canvas backing. Latex glue is applied to the back of the rug and another layer of cloth is added to protect the stitches. The rug is then finished by turning under the ends. Hooked rugs are an affordable alternative to authentic knotted rugs, because they are far less laborious in the making.

Hand Knotted
Conventionally made with wool or silk, hand knotted rugs are the most expensive and take the longest to weave. They are created by knotting pile yarns around the warp fibers that run the length of the rug. The more knots there are per square inch, the more expensive the rug is.

Hand
Tactile qualities of a fabric including softness, stiffness, scratchiness, etc.

Hand-made
Rugs that are hand knotted, hand tufted, hand hooked; Also needlepoint, Aubusson, and hand loomed rugs. Naturally, hand-made rugs are more expensive than machine-made.

Hand-Woven
Rugs woven on a hand loom.

Hard Twist/ Cut Pile
Type of cut-pile carpet that minimizes flattening with its durable stiffness.

Harshang
Popular Caucasian rug design, 18th century.

Heatset
Process of using heat to treat twisted yarns to maintain their strength.

Herati/ Fish Pattern
One of the most common motifs consisting of a flower centered in a diamond with curving leaves outside the diamond and parallel to each side. The leaves sometimes look similar to a fish, so the term can also be referred to as “Fish Pattern,” or "Mahi" - a fish design in Farsi.

Hereke
A Turkish town known for finely woven silk rugs with the design of classic Persian motifs, frequently includes border inscriptions. Rugs woven in Hereke are known to have high knot densities.

Heriz
Area in northwest Iran, and one of the chief centers for rug production. Even though Heriz rugs have a low knot count (about 30-80); they are still much admired. These rugs are usually large, double wafted, use a symmetrical knot, and include a square medallion motif with pendants attached on both ends.

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We clean all types of rugs including:

  • Antique Rugs  •  Chinese Oriental  •  Braided
  • Dhurrie  •  Kelim  •  Hooked Rugs  •  Flokati
  • Soumac  •  Persian Rugs  •  Woven or Tufted Rugs




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Premier Oriental Rug Cleaning  |  315 West Commerical St., Suite A  |  Springfield, MO 65803  |  417-799-3386

Premier Oriental Rug Cleaning offers the absolute best in rug cleaning, repair and maintenance. Our certified rug specialists have the proper tools and training to enhance, protect, rejuvenate and meet the varying needs of all kinds of rugs. Please feel free to contact us at any time for a free, no obligation consultation!

Premier Oriental Rug Cleaning is Independently Owned and Operated and proud to serve the following areas: Greene and Christian Counties including Ash Grove, Battlefield, Brookline, Fair Grove, Galloway, Republic, Sequiota, Springfield, Strafford, Walnut Grove, Willard, Billings, Clever, Fremont Hills, Highlandville, Nixa, Ozark, Saddlebrooke, Sparta, and Spokane.

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