Way to Cleaning a Seagrass Rug

Oct 11th

A seagrass rug is an option natural soil, subtle found in many homes. These carpets vary in color from a light sage green to a deep olive green. Tightly woven construction and create a durable hard flooring option of long duration that remain intact for many years. For the maintenance and care of properly seagrass carpet.

Seagrass Rugs Soft
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Vacuum the seagrass rug once or twice a week. This will pick up most of loose debris and accumulation before it has a chance to settle on seagrass, making the cleaning process easier. Vacuum front to back, and then side to side for deep cleaning all areas of the carpet. Waste lasts 2 Spot-clean with warm water and soap. Fill the sink with about half a gallon of water and spray dishwashing soap, and soak the cloth in the soapy solution.

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Gently rub the blotting cloth if one does not remove the stain. Turn the carpet ends when you have removed all the stains on top of the carpet. Clean the bottom of the carpet in the same manner as described in steps 1-4. Turn your carpet in a different direction twice a year. This will create a more uniform texture and the wear of the seagrass rug.