How to maintain a red oriental rug

How to maintain a red oriental rug


How to maintain a red oriental rug

 

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Cleaning a red oriental rug

When it comes to cleaning your oriental rug, there are a few things you should and shouldn't do. First off, don't use a vacuum cleaner or steam cleaner on your red oriental rug. These methods will damage the pile of your rugs as they can pull out fibers or melt them together. Don't even think about shampooing or drying your red oriental rug either! The water will cause mold and mildew growth within days of drying out if not cleaned right away. You also want to avoid dry cleaning machines because they might damage delicate areas like corners where fringe meets body material

Storing a red oriental rug

The best place to store your red oriental rug is in a cool, dry place. This will help prevent mold and mildew from forming on the rug and may also prolong its life span.

  • Do not store it in direct sunlight or near heat sources such as radiators or fireplaces.

  • Keep it away from moisture, such as rainwater that collects on top of roofs or floors with high humidity levels (such as basements).

  • Keep pets and children away from your red oriental rug! Their paws could damage the fibers over time if they constantly walk across it without shoes on their feet; this would make cleaning difficult because pet fur would stick to those damaged areas making them hard for you clean up later down the road when needed most (such as during spring cleaning time).

Protecting a red oriental rug

When you are looking to protect your red oriental rug, there are a few different options. One option is using a rug pad underneath the rug on the floor. This will help prevent damage from occurring and make sure that the bottom of your oriental rugs stay in good condition over time. Another option is buying a protector for your red oriental rugs that can be placed over them when they are not being used or displayed in order to protect them from dust or stains that may occur during storage periods. Finally, if these options aren't available then simply putting covers on top of them when not in use should do just fine!

You need to clean and store the rug properly to keep it looking good.

  • Clean the rug regularly. You should clean your Oriental rug at least once every six months to keep it looking good, but more often if you have pets or small children in your home who might soil it with dirt or food.

  • Store the rug in a dry place. Your Oriental rug should be stored away from direct sunlight and humid areas, such as bathrooms and kitchens--these can cause the fibers of your carpet to become faded over time. If possible, store your rugs on shelves so that they're off of the floor; this will help them maintain their shape better than being rolled up in storage containers will.* Avoid using cleaning products not designed specifically for rugs; instead opt for products like Woolite cleaning detergent (which contains no bleach) when washing any type of carpeting material at home.*

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Conclusion

If you take good care of your rug, it will last for years.