Made with sustainable materials
Natural surface pile
Natural primary and secondary backings
Low VOC content (wool is a natural air purifier)
Undyed natural surface
No artificial color treatments
Wool and other natural fibers used in construction are biodegradable
Does not promote growth of bacteria or dust mites
Naturally resistant to water based stains
Wool is naturally flame retardant
Wool carpets have outstanding easycare properties. Flame resistance, stain resistance and resiliency are characteristics inherent of wool and are not achievable by chemical treatments. The high moisture content of wool fibers, along with its protein constituents, provide wool carpets with excellent natural flame resistance. Wool fibers with not support combustion, are difficult to ignite and are self-extinguishable. The surface of a wool fiber is covered by a thin protective membrane which allows wool the ability to shed water. This membrane prevents water from readily penetrating the individual wool fibers.
Fabricated by pushing surface yarns through a previously constructed sheet of primary backing to which the secondary back is laminated. Level loop pile is a hard wearing surface formed on continuous loops of yarn of uniform length, designed to minimize tracking.
1. Use the handheld attachment to vacuum your rug. High powered vacuums can pull threads out of the back of tugs and cause sprouts.
2. Turn the beater bar off on your vacuum, or if it can not be turned off have it on the highest setting. Beater bar can pull fibers from the face of the rug or they can cause the face of your rug to fuzz.
3. Carefully place your vacuum on the edge of the rug. The serging on the edges of rugs are very sensitive. Running the vacuum over the edges can cause the serging to deteriorate and fibers can come loose around the edges.
4. Use the handheld attachment to clean edges.
5. Brooms and sweepers are a great, gentle way to clean your rug. Canister vacuums without beater bars are the most effective.