How to take care of carpets?

Regular rug care will enable your rug to maintain its original appearance and style for years. There are some very simple to-do’s as given below:

Apply to (Cotton, Polyester, Wool, Viscose Rugs)

1. Light Vacuum clean regularly. Avoid using beater brush on rugs.
2. Remove spills immediately. Blot any liquid with a clean cloth or a paper napkin.
3. Please do not pull loose ends if any. Trim with scissors.
4. Please keep away from sharp objects, hot surfaces, open fire places and excess moisture.
5. Please do not soak the rug in any liquid.
6. For initial weeks, shedding of material fibre may be observed. This is normal, and will reduce with time & usage.
7. Colors may fade slightly when placed in areas of direct sunlight. In this case, it is advisable to periodically rotate your rug to ensure this process is even.


STORAGE:- Make sure the rug is clean and dry. Store in a ventilated, dry area. Do NOT fold. Roll the rug with front side in-wards, EXCEPT for leather rugs, roll with front side outwards.


     

    Special care instructions for specific material types given below.

    Leather Rugs

    1. Use soft hand brush to clean.
    2. A natural smell of leather may be felt in a new rug which is non hazardous.
    3. The rug may not lie flat immediately when taken out of the polybag but will settle down over a period of time.



      Jute Rugs

      1. Natural variations in color and texture of jute in different parts of the rug add to its beauty and authenticity.
      2. A natural scent of jute may be felt in a new rug which is non hazardous.
      3. The rug may not lie flat immediately when taken out of the polybag but will settle down over a period of time.


        Recycled Rugs

        1. This Eco rug is handmade from recycled fabrics/ materials.
        2. Each rug is unique in colour/ style/ texture.
        3. Deep colours may have a tendency to stain light surface especially if wet, please ensure dry usage and a rug underlay is recommended.

        Silk Rugs

        1. Natural variation in color of silk is due to its re-cycled nature add to its beauty and authenticity.