Rug Care Tips
There are many easy tricks you can do to keep your rug in the best condition.
We recommend you rotate your rug every year to ensure even wear. Rugs in higher traffic areas should be rotated even more frequently.
Vacuuming is one of the best preventative measures for keeping your rug healthy and restoring life to the natural fibers. Vacuum regularly but be careful not to vacuum the fringe. This isn’t good for the rug or the vacuum cleaner!
Stain Removal Procedure
Attack spills and stains immediately. For a solid spill, take a spoon and scoop up the residue carefully. Then, dilute the spot with plenty of water. Blot from the end of the spill toward the center. This prevents the stain from spreading or causing a ring. Do NOT rub the area. For old, dry or stubborn stains repeat these steps as often as necessary.
Rug Padding is recommended for all rugs that receive any amount of foot traffic. Rug padding provides a buffer to reduce impact and abrasion which is most problematic on hard floors such as wood or tile. Rug padding also gives the benefit allowing the rug to "grip" the floor to hold the rug in place, preventing unsightly buckles and accidental slipping while preserving the finish of your floor. When placing a rug over wall-to-wall carpet, a rug pad will hold the rug firmly to the carpet, thus reducing the rug's tendency to "creep" or "walk".