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Product Care

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We take pride in the quality and longevity of our creations and want to ensure that your product lasts for generations. Notes on caring for your rugs are provided below:

MOHAIR RUGS (GENERAL NOTES):

 

Fluff that will initially form with traffic over the carpet can be picked up or vacuumed away.  This will continue for some time but will taper off.

 

1: Too much vacuuming causes continuous “agitation”  for the carpet and tends to encourage fluffing. 

  • Mohair carpets may be vacuumed once a week or when needed.  They can also be lightly swept with a light brush, and the fringes brushed in one direction.

  • Vacuum with suction and no hard brush action on the vacuum. Soft brush is ok.  To avoid agitation non-brush suction vacuuming is recommended

 

2: The carpet is reversible and can easily be flipped over to the other side.  There will be a change in the pattern but both sides are designed to be used.

 

3: Due to their high lanolin Mohair Rugs do not stain easily and spills can be washed or dabbed away with cold or hot water and a mild detergent.  Do not use bleach or use carpet cleaning products that contain bleach as they may cause the carpet to "yellow".

  • Rug is naturally self-wicking and anti-stain so dabbing on any spills is most recommended.  

  • Fringe should always be brushed forward, neatly in one direction.

 

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS:

MOHAIR, COTTON, SILK & RAFFIA WEAVES:

Hand wash gently in lukewarm water.  Lie flat to dry, out of direct sunlight.  Cool iron. Vacuum or brush with a soft, damp brush to remove excess hair for daily maintenance.

MOHAIR CURTAINING: 

Dry clean only, no moisture should be incorporated into the cleaning solvent.  Lightly steam with dry steam only.

THROWS & BLANKETS:

Hand wash gently in lukewarm water.  Lie flat to dry, do not tumble dry.  Do not iron or use chlorine-based bleach.