constructions

100% Wool

Blot stains right away. To clean, use a mild soap mixed with equal parts white vinegar and water. It is normal for new wool rugs to shed. Vacuum on a regular basis with beater bar off, and shedding will reduce over time. Periodic professional cleaning is recommended.

VISCOSE / VISCOSE BLEND

Blot stains right away. Professional cleaning is recommended for stain removal or periodic cleaning care. Vacuum with beater bar off.

Note: Viscose rugs should not be placed in areas with heavy traffic or moisture.

SARI SILK, SILK, & TENCEL

Blot stains right away. Professional cleaning is recommended for stain removal or periodic cleaning care. Vacuum with beater bar off. Periodic professional cleaning is recommended.

Note: These recycled silk, silk, or cellulose-based fibers are delicate and should not be placed in areas with heavy traffic or moisture.

100% COTTON

Blot stains right away. Use a dry-cleaning powder to clean large cotton rugs, and check the labels for small cotton rugs to see if they can be machine washed in cold water on a gentle cycle. Vacuum on a regular basis with beater bar off.

POLYESTER, POLYPROPYLENE, & PET

Blot stains right away. To clean, use a mild soap mixed with equal parts white vinegar and water. Vacuum on a regular basis with beater bar off.

Note: For indoor/outdoor rugs containing these materials, clean or remove stains by using soap or detergent and rinsing with clean water or a garden hose. Allow time for water to drain and rug to dry before laying rug out.

acrylic

Blot stains right away. To clean, use a mild soap mixed with equal parts white vinegar and water.Vacuum on a regular basis with beater bar off. Periodic professional cleaning is recommended.

shags
(Synthetic or Wool)

For smaller sizes, shake rug to loosen dirt and dust that can build up within higher pile. Use hand-held or upholstery attachment to vacuum shag rugs.

naturals

Blot stains right away. To clean, use mild soapy water and blot dry. Use fan or dryer to speed up the drying process—natural materials should not be exposed to too much moisture. Vacuum on a regular basis with beater bar off, occasionally vacuuming under the rug to remove dirt and dust that can sift through the weave onto the floor.

Note: “Sprouts” or stray tufts/loops on natural rugs are normal; trim with scissors to remove.

PILLOWS, POUFS, & THROWS

Check label for care and cleaning for specific pillow covers, throw blankets, and poufs. Professional cleaning is recommended for most accents with embellishments, beadwork, embroidery, applique, and hand-dyed features.