RUG CARE /
Vacuum your Weaver rug regularly and clean spills with room temperature water and a mild detergent. Do not wash your rug with hot water. Use cold/room temperature water only. Refer to "Cleaning Spills" section for a full explanation.
When vacuuming, vacuum with the bristles on your vacuum cleaner turned off. Use the hose end of the vacuum to vacuum in-between each felted ball.
Weaver round rugs are designed double-sided, making them long-life and eco ... we dig that. If and when the time comes, simply flip it over and reveal a fresh side.
In most areas Weaver rugs won't slide around on the floor, however in certain areas such as a high traffic walkway please use a rug grip on the underside of your rug in case of movement.
Note: When new, Weaver Rugs usually take between 1-3 days to settle flat on the floor.
Blot the spill immediately with a cloth or towel to soak up the excess liquid.
Douse the spill in room temperature water
repeatedly blotting up the liquid as you go. Do this several times before adding any detergent.
Add a mild detergent to the surface of the spill and gently dab with a cloth (do not rub). Kitchen dishwashing detergent usually works. Do not use harsh cleaning chemicals.
Add more water repeatedly until all of the detergent has been removed.
Important note: Soap residue reattracts dirt, make sure you wash the detergent out thoroughly after removing the spill.
End of life
Each rug is designed to work in harmony with nature and be returned to the earth.
At the end of your rugs long life, please consider the environment by adding it to either a wool recycling program or a composting system.
To compost, take some scissors and cut the strings between the felted balls breaking the balls apart.
Add the balls to the compost and let it break down naturally over time. Wool will decompose in approximately 9 months.