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Restoring PilePile crushed by heavy furniture can be restored by spraying the area w/ a little water & brushing w/ a soft brush. Such as it clothes brush.
Vacuuming, Sweeping & BeatingAlways vacuum your rug w/ the nap. Vacuuming against the nap will press dirt back into the pile. Avoid using the vacuum on the fringe of the rug or kilim, as that can break or tear the yaen. Sweeping your rug w/ a broom on a weekly basis will remove loose dirt & bring our the sheen of the rug. If practical, beating is an excellent cleaning method.
WashingOriental rugs should he washed on a regular basis. Depending on the traffic your rug receives, it is a good idea to wash your rug every two to four year, even if only surface cleaning is needing, it is best to have your rug cleaned by a professional who specializes in (menial otis
SpillsClean up any spills immediately. If necessary, use a scoop up the spill. Dilute the spill w/ water & blot, do not rub the area w/ a paper towel until all tje moisture is removed. Always blot fromthe outer edges toward the center to prevent spreading
Stain RemovalIf you know the cause of a stain, treatment is usually available. Common food & beverages stains can be treated w/ the same mild stains can be treated the same mild detergent used to wash delicate clothes. An ink stain from a ballpoint pen can be removed by spraying the area w/ hair spray. Some stains should not be cleaned w/ water. Oil based stains are best treated w/ dry cleaning solvents.
RepairsImmediately attention to damage from wear or accidents can prevent more extensive problems. If the side wrapping or ends of the rug get loose, immediate repair is the economical solution. Often because of negligence more & more yarn from the ends unravel. This will affect the value of your rug significantly. If moth damage or other holes are mended while they're still small, the job is much less expensive & easier to repair. Only allow repairs by expert, qualified re-weavewers who will not further de-value your rug by using improper or obtrusive methods.