Rugs are expensive one-time investment that need proper care

These processes are not at all complicated, and doing them regularly will keep your rugs looking new despite decades of use

General Care





Recycled PET


General Care
  • Frequently vacuum your rug in different directions and only in a low-power setting without the beater brush
  • Keep rotating your rug to extend its life
  • Keep your rugs away from direct sunlight and avoid continuous exposure
  • Snip any thread with scissors instead of pulling them out
  • Treat any stain as quickly as possible by blotting it with a clean, dry cloth before it dries up
  • Get your rug cleaned by only reputed rug experts
  • Do not worry if your rug sheds for the first 3-6 months. This is natural and will diminish over time
  • Avoid flattening piles by using rug protectors under the legs of your heavy furniture
  • Do not fold your rugs. Roll it front-side-out wrapping it in a cloth to protect it
  • Avoid placing the rug near damp surfaces
  • Avoid beating your jute rug as it damages the fibres
  • In case dabbing does not remove the stain, try using a mild detergent
  • Jute does not do well in moist or damp areas. Try to keep them dry and use a hairdryer in the cold setting in case of any wetness
  • In case of curled corners, slightly damp the area and leave it overnight by weighing it down evenly.
  • Avoid steam cleaning or using wet shampoo as it can cause shrinkage and discolouration
  • In case of solid spills, you need to scrape up the solid bits with a dull knife or nail filer and then follow the usual process of cleaning stains
  • Regular vacuuming is good for sisal rugs
  • Use only cold water to clean silk rugs
  • Vacuum regularly
  • Keep away highly saturated liquids like wine or juice from the rugs
  • Use only silk rug shampoo to clean the rug and avoid using bleach
  • Get it cleaned professionally at least once a year
  • Avoid brushing or rubbing your rug
  • Use a hairdryer in the cool setting to dry it in case of wetness
  • Keep your rugs away from open fireplaces, hot surfaces, sharp objects, and excessive humid places
  • While storing the rug, make sure it is clean and dry and stored in a well-ventilated area
  • It is advisable to deep clean your rug by a professional every 2 to 2.5 years.
Recycled PET
  • Because of their excellent moisture-retention properties, you can wash Recycled PET rugs
  • Steam cleaning is an effective way to get rid of dirt and dust
  • Do not vacuum if the rug is wet
  • Do not bleach recycled PET rugs
  • Shaking out the rug for 30 seconds each day reduces the need to vacuum
  • Avoid dragging your furniture on the rug
  • It is advisable to deep clean your rug from a professional every 2 to 2.5 years
  • To further avoid staining, use talcum powder on the area