Wool

Buying a wool rug for your home is a great investment to be proud of as long as you own your home. Wool rugs are not not only aesthetically pleasing and a beneficial addition to your style of interior decorating but extremely durable and high-quality. Because of wool`s thicker quality, there is a natural tendency for more dirt and grime to coll...

Buying a wool rug for your home is a great investment to be proud of as long as you own your home. Wool rugs are not not only aesthetically pleasing and a beneficial addition to your style of interior decorating but extremely durable and high-quality. Because of wool`s thicker quality, there is a natural tendency for more dirt and grime to collect in its fiber. Regular maintenance of your wool rug will ensure that this everyday dirt does not add up so your rug will keep looking sharp as long as you own and use it.

     Cleaning Your Wool Rug

1.Take your wool rug outside. Shake off any loose dirt or dust that has accumulated on your rug since buying it or cleaning it last.

   *Be sure that it is dry wherever you shake it out. 

   *If possible, designate an area where you can hang a clothesline and hang the wool rug like that. Beat against the rug with a broom to help shake it clean.

2.Run a vacuum over your rug.

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