Acrylic

Acrylic rugs are typically more durable than Oriental rugs, and will last for many years with the proper cleaning and care.

  • Remove the surface debris off the rug with a vacuum cleaner. Flip the rug over and clean the other side with the vacuum. cleaner.
  • Fill a bucket with 1 gallon of lukewarm water. Add 1/4 cup of gentle dish soap to the water,...

Acrylic rugs are typically more durable than Oriental rugs, and will last for many years with the proper cleaning and care.

  • Remove the surface debris off the rug with a vacuum cleaner. Flip the rug over and clean the other side with the vacuum. cleaner.
  • Fill a bucket with 1 gallon of lukewarm water. Add 1/4 cup of gentle dish soap to the water, and mix throughly with a whisk for several   seconds. Form should begin to form.
  • Submerge a soft-bristled scrub brush in the foamy mixture, and start scrubbing at the end of the rug farthest away from you.
  • Scrub the acrylic rug with the scrub brush while moving toward you. Submerge the brush in the foam mixture when and continue  scrubbing the rug.
  • Rinse the foamy mixture off the rug with cool water. Place the rug in the bathtub, if it  will fit, and rinse cool running water.  Alternatively, take the rug outside and rinse the mixture off the fabric with a water hose.
  • Roll the rug gently to squeeze out the excess moisture. DO NOT TWIST THE RUG, as it may damage the carpet  fibers.Hang the rug    from sale location and let it drip dry for several hours, out of direct sunlight and away from direct heat.
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