Care & Cleaning
Natural Fiber rugs are relatively easy to maintain because dirt does not cling to the hard fibers, but rests loosely in the weave. Natural fibers do not show dirt readily. Regular vacuuming with a suction-only vacuum (beater bar turned off) is the best care you can do to keep the fresh appearance of your natural flooring. Visible and loose dirt should be vacuumed with a strong suction vacuum. Although the need may not be visible, this frequent and regular vacuuming will increase carpet life by preventing soil build-up.
NEVER steam clean, wet shampoo or any other method that involves water saturation on a natural fiber rug or border.
Indoor Outdoor rugs generally require little maintenance. They are made to dry quickly, resist fading, and clean easily. These rugs are easily spot cleaned, overall steam cleaned or even hosing down.
To see how to clean specific weaves and materials click on the corresponding link below:
- How To Clean Sisal Boucle Rugs
- How To Clean Sisal Wool Rugs
- How To Clean Seagrass Rugs
- How To Clean Jute Rugs
- How To Clean Hemp Grass Rugs
- How To Clean Sisal Brasilia Rugs
- How To Clean Sisal Sun Rugs
- How To Clean Chanelle Sisal Wool Rugs
- How To Clean Indoor Outdoor Rugs
- How To Clean a Nylon Rug