Easy Care

By following these Easy Care guidelines, you can keep your rug looking as vibrant and luxurious as the day you bought it, preserving its quality and extending its life.

Regular Vaccuming

To ensure your rug remains in pristine condition, regular vacuuming is essential. For optimal dirt and dust removal, particularly with fringe or shag rugs, vacuum slowly across the surface. It is important to avoid suction settings or beater bars, as these can snag threads depending on your vacuum’s power. Always adhere to the guidelines provided by your vacuum cleaner’s manufacturer.

Stain Removal

When it comes to stain removal, understand that each stain is unique and treatment varies depending on the rug’s material. For precise care, we highly recommend seeking professional cleaning services. However, for most common stains, a solution of mild ivory dishwashing soap mixed with water often suffices. In cases of more stubborn stains, diluted ammonia or vinegar can be used, but products containing bleach should be avoided at all costs.

Before attempting to clean any stain, always conduct a pretest on a hidden section of the rug to ensure colorfastness and material integrity. Address spills and stains promptly to prevent the liquid from seeping deep into the fibers, which could make the stain more challenging to remove later. When blotting spills, use a clean, white towel or cloth and apply pressure. Always blot from the outside of the stain towards the center, avoiding rubbing, scrubbing, or brushing, as these actions can damage the pile.

It’s crucial to gently dab the affected area in the direction of the rug’s pile to maintain the fibers’ alignment and appearance. Be mindful not to oversaturate the rug during cleaning to avoid potential issues like streaking, mildew, or shrinkage. Once the stain is lifted, use a clean towel or cloth to absorb any remaining moisture thoroughly.