Hand-Woven Kilim Dhurrie
-All wool rugs shed as a natural consequence of how they are made; this is especially true of new wool rugs. This is normal, and will reduce with time & usage.
-Vacuum a new wool rug 5-6 times a week for the first few weeks using a low-pressure vacuum cleaner without beater bars. Vacuum in the direction of the pile and not against it.
-Please do not pull loose ends if any. Trim with scissors. Some wool rugs are made using a large loop weave and these loops can come undone. Do not pull "stray" loops, always cut them back with scissors.
-Remove spills immediately and do not soak the rug in any liquid. Blot any liquid with a clean cloth or a paper napkin.
-Colors may fade slightly when placed in areas of direct sunlight. In this case, it is advisable to periodically rotate your rug to ensure this process is even.
-Please keep away from sharp objects, hot surfaces, open fire places and excess moisture.
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