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How To Keep Your Fine Rugs So Beautiful, You’ll Hand Them Down to Your Children.

Your fine woven rugs are truly works of art…here’s how to keep them lustrous, vibrant and beautiful for years to come!


Vacuum frequently, and, if possible, flip them occasionally and use a good beater-brush vacuum on the back, then the front again to help dislodge and remove some of the deep soil.


Rotate the rug every 6-12 months so it wears and fades evenly.

Treat Spots

Ask us for a FREE bottle of WoolSafe Spotter or use Club Soda as an emergency spot remover. Avoid all “grocery shelf” spotters (even if “wool” is in the name). Many of these will bleach or discolor your wool rug permanently!

Get a Professional

Have your rug professionally cleaned by an IICRC Certified In-Plant Cleaner every 1-3 years depending on traffic, to remove damaging deep soil, unsightly stains and health-threatening allergens, keeping it bright, soft and beautiful for many years!

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Spot Removal Guide for Wool Rugs

Always check first for colorfastness in an inconspicuous area. If the dyes show signs of bleeding, contact a professional rug cleaner for further assistance!


Scrape up any solids, working from the outside in.


Blot up liquids – take a clean, folded absorbent terry towel and press down or stand on it. You’ll be surprised how much liquid just wicks right up into the towel.

Treat Spots

For effective spot removal, begin by applying a safe spot remover. Contact us at 385-5777 to acquire a bottle of our professional Woolsafe spotter, or utilize club soda as an alternative. Allow the remover to penetrate the spot, then gently blot it up. Avoid scrubbing with a stiff brush, as this may cause damage to the fibers, resulting in a "fuzzed up" appearance. For liquid spills, blotting is sufficient – rubbing will only drive the spill deeper into the fibers. For pet urine stains, create a solution of one cup water and one half-cup vinegar as your spot remover. If the stain persists or is large, consider professional cleaning and deodorization to prevent damage to the rug's dyes and fibers.


Pour a cup of plain water, with two capfuls of vinegar added, on the spot, and blot it out thoroughly. This helps prevent residue, especially from inferior “grocery store” spot removers, that can cause “re-appearing spots”. Turn the towel to a fresh clean side and continue blotting and turning, or changing towels, until you no longer get moisture transfer onto your towel.

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