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Specifications & Assembly
Capture the atmosphere of the bazaar with this Moroccan-style kilim. A jute, viscose and cotton blend, this flat-weave rug features a traditional pattern and authentic finish. Made in India and hand-woven, the ivory base will blend with most interior colour schemes, while providing extra layers of design interest through the geometric pattern.
Vacuum regularly to prevent dust and crumbs from settling into the roots of the fibre.
Avoid direct and continuous exposure to sunlight. If your rug is in a sunny spot or main thoroughfare - rotate rug around occasionally to equalize wear.
Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening piles.
Remove spills immediately: if liquid, blot with clean, undyed absorbent cloth by pressing firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. You can use a fan or a hair dryer on a low heat to dry the area.
For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.
It is recommended to use a rug underlay to help:
Prevent the risk of dye transferring to the under surface
Protect timber flooring
Prevent the risk of rug movement
Prevent the risk of rugs slipping, especially on smooth surfaces and in hallways where no furniture items assist to keep the rug in place
Adds additional softness and comfort under foot
KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE
All our Jute rugs are hand-made and like any hand made product, they require care to keep it looking beautiful, with the correct maintenance your rug will last for many years. In addition to the previous general rug care instructions, here are some specific instructions for Jute rugs.
Shake out or vacuum your rug regularly to remove any dirt or debris from settling into the roots of the fibre.
“Sprouting” is a normal characteristic of natural fibred rugs. Avoid pulling yarn out of surface; use scissors to trim sprouts that occur to make them even with the rug surface.