The most important step to maintaining your carpet is proper vacuuming.
We recommend a complete vacuum once a week to remove dust and soil and to prevent particles becoming embedded in the pile. For extra heavy traffic areas more often is best.
Use a static foot suction only vacuum for regular vacuuming on both cut pile and loop pile carpets. Occasional use of an adjustable rotating brush head will assist in the removal of released short fibre, ensure the rotating brush is adjusted so the brush is not touching the carpet pile
Go slow, give the vacuum time to do its job.
You can prevent damage to your carpet by placing absorbent mats at the entrances to your home. These should be changed and cleaned when they become dirty.
Wool is not afraid of dirt, but over time it can build up and cause abrasion that might make your precious wool carpet look a bit old before its time.
Besides you'll want to curl your toes into that deep fluffy pile. Leave your boots at the door.
To keep your wool carpet looking as good as it did when it was first installed, we recommend periodic wet cleaning by a professional. Once every second year is suggested. Follow the experts advise and avoid walking on your carpet until it is dry – about 4 hours depending on the local climate.
Don’t panic! Spills happen. Luckily wool is amazing at repelling most gunk.
Removing spills is essential to looking after your precious wool carpet. When faced with an incident, speed is of the essence.
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