Our handtufted woollen rugs are made with care and dedication, from natural high-quality materials.
To make sure your woollen rug maintains its quality and character over a long lifetime, take a good care of it regularly.
- A NEW RUG separates loose wool fibers. It is temporary and disappears during the use of it.
- All rugs retain their appearance for longer if you remove dirt and stains regularly.
- Effective vacuuming is the easiest and most environmentally friendly cleaning method. Regular vacuuming prevents the carpet from absorbing dirt.
Use plain, no-brush vacuum cleaner nozzle.
- A NEW RUG smells like a new rug – it is the the water-based and environmentally friendly latex adhesive used to fix the backside of handtufted rug.
The smell is temporary, it disappears. To speed it up, ventilate the rug and rooms if necessary. Avoid exposing the rug to strong sunlight.
- If the rug is placed on the floor, it is important that the floor is completely dry.
If not, the moisture likely will damage the rug and the floor underneath the rug or change the floor colouring.
- Wool is a strong and durable material, so the woollen rugs are also suitable for use in public spaces.
Our rugs have a fire resistance certificate (corresponding qualification Cﬂ-s1).
In addition, whether placed on the floor or on the wall, rugs offer a sound damping effect as well.
- The surface of the woollen rug can be treated with the suitable rug or textile protector. Follow the instructions of the producer.
- When storing the tufted rug, roll it tightly with the pile inside. Make sure that the bottom of the rug will not wrinkle. Store horizontally.
Do not store anything heavy on top of the rug.
- For best results, REMOVE STAINS IMMEDIATELY!
- Remove any dried stains carefully with a knife or spoon and then vacuum the remains.
Begin scraping from the edge of the stain and scrape towards the center. Take care not to damage the fibers.
- Remove wet stains by laying kitchen paper on the stain. Then use lukewarm water and a cloth or sponge.
Dampen the stain, soak up the water, then repeat the process until the stain is gone.
Be careful not to wet the rug too much. Dry the rug properly after cleaning.
- A drop of wool cleaning liquid can also be used. Follow the instructions of the producer.
- Do not rub the stains, as that makes it more difficult to remove them and can damage the fibers.
- Do not over-wet the rug. Rinse out by using a clean damp sponge or towel. Let dry.
- When the woollen rug needs to be CLEANED, use reputable carpet cleaners.
- Do not soak.
- Do not bleach.
- Do not wash and/or dry in a cylinder machine.
- Do not dry clean.