Care for the rugs

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Below are some tips to take care of the rugs:

Care for the rugs

In general, rugs are very easy to care for. Light vacuuming is essential, but there is no need to over vacuum. Avoid using a beater brush every time you vacuum. The density of a fine rug will resist most soil, and surface vacuuming is generally all that is needed on a regular basis.

Packaging MyRugSteps for the good rug care:

To insure even wear, your rug should be rotated once a year. Depending on the traffic, the rotation may vary from six months to two years.

Rugs should be vacuumed on a regular basis to remove dirt and restore life to the fibers. Very light vacuuming is recommended on the fringes.

Spot and Spill Procedures:
Most spills can be handled by blotting up the excess, and following up with cold water on a cloth. Blot and lift, do not rub or over saturate.
If it is necessary to use get the rug more saturated to remove spill, try to elevate the rug and circulate air to dry the spot as quickly as possible. A fan or cool hair dryer can also be used to hasten the drying process. But hot air or heater may turn the color of the rug little yellowish so we recommend not using hot air, heater or any thing which heat the rug.

Clean off solids with the dull side of a knife or with a spoon.

Greasy spots can be tended to with a mild shampoo, followed with cold water. Avoid harsh detergents. Fine wool rugs have natural oil repellency, and detergents may destroy or harm the natural oils of your rug.

A good general rule would be that if you could put it on your hair, you could put it on your wool rug.

Note: For stains that do not come out using these methods, consult a cleaning specialist.

Tips for the storage:
Storage can be done by rolling the rug and rapping it inside the plastic paper. We highly recommend putting some insecticides if the rug will be stored for the long time. We recommend not to fold the rugs for the storage.