Tufted rugs are created without knots. Instead, loops of yarn are pulled through the rug’s backing material using a tufting gun.
Fluffing is a natural occurrence in tufted pieces, and gradually disappears over time with hand brushing and vacuuming.
Sprouting tufts are natural in tufted works. Cut protruding tufts with scissors instead of pulling them out to avoid damaging the tufted piece.
Heavy furniture on your tufted rug can leave indents caused by crushed piles.
Occasionally rearranging furniture and the rug helps to distribute stress on the rug. To get a more even exposure to sunlight and wear, We recommend that you rotate the rug regularly.
Viscose: Very Soft and shinny material
Vacuum regularly (twice a week recommended) If your vacuum has an adjustable suction option, set to a low level, and take time to run the vacuum over each area 3-5 times to clear dust, dirt and hair.
For dry stains, carefully scrape and vacuum away dirt and stains. Remove wet stains by using a paper towel or undyed cloth to absorb the stain.
- Avoid using harsh chemicals to remove stains
- Avoid use in damp areas
- Do not soak in water
- Do not dry clean