Keep your rug in tip top condition with these simple steps in our rugs care guide. Pulled together to make care and maintenance of your fabulous rug as easy as possible. Filled with expert hints and tips, you have all the guidance you need in one place.
|Top tips for your new rug|
You should ideally hoover your new rug regularly to keep it in good condition. For rugs with a loop pile you should use a vacuum without a beater bar or brush to avoid causing the rug to look felted. Cut pile rugs on the other hand are best vacuumed with an upright cleaner with a beater bar and brush.
Dealing with spillages
It is important to deal with spillages as soon as possible. Unfortunately, some stains if left will become permanent. To ensure that this doesn’t happen take action immediately:
Cleaning Polypropylene rugs with bleach mix
100% Polypropylene rugs are the only rugs that are safe to clean with a bleach mix. Always check the fibres of your rug with your Carpetright store if you feel unsure. For particularly stubborn stains such as ink, red wine or ground in mud take the following steps to remove the stain:
Cleaning a pet stained rug
If you have a pet, there’s a strong chance that you’ll have to deal with stains at one point or another. Thankfully there are some solutions available to help you bring your rug back to its best.
How to rid your rug of pet hairs
Warm, furry and loving, our pets can bring a lot of joy to our lives – and a lot of hair to our living room rugs! If you have a breed of pet that malts or sheds, you’ll know how difficult it can be to get hair out of rugs and carpets. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to combat those fallen follicles:
Rugs are easy to care for and maintain, and if treated well, you can expect many years of life from a quality rug.