Restoring the rug
Restoring a rug of the same age is rug weaving. There are many rugs that need to be repaired even on the surface of the rug, and their tears or wear must be repaired. Old rugs or rugs that are spread in inappropriate places, or they have not been used correctly, are torn, worn, and rotted. They become threadlike. At this time, the person who can save the rug is called a restorer. The restorer of rugs is an artist. With his calloused hands, he hands you the rug almost exactly like the prototype. He is familiar with the types of arts that are done on the rug.
Repair the rug
The restorer easily recognizes the rug map and can prepare the map based on the patterns in the rug or complete the maps without patterns by guesswork and visualization. He can understand the type and type of thread and color used in the rug and prepare a thread of the same color, and if necessary, he can make the color of two parts of the rug that are not the same color due to natural and unnatural factors into one color. Repair tools are very simple and available to everyone, but surely only those who have served in this field for years can do this job accurately and quickly.
When you leave your rug repair to us, the restorer will estimate the amount of damage caused to the rug and, according to the age of the rug and the type of fibers used in it, will let you know what percentage of the rug can be repaired and repair it. Makes rugs.
Weaving is considered one of the simplest tasks. Finding the thread with the color used in the rug and, if necessary, dyeing begins. After weaving the damaged part of the rug repairer, if he feels a difference in the color of the threads, he dyes it with chemical substances that he is a master in using, then your rug is ready.
The restorer easily recognizes the rug map and can prepare the map based on the patterns in the rug or complete the maps without patterns by guesswork and visualization.