Depending on the foot-traffic your rug receives, rotate your rug at least once a year for an even and balanced wear.
Do not expose your rug to direct sunlight. Use appropriate curtains and draperies.
Vacuum your rug regularly with a soft brush attachment.
Roll up your rug for storage and transport in plastic sheet and use mothballs where necessary.
Act immediately to clean all liquid spillages without delay. Scoop up solids first.
Do not use salt to absorb liquid spillages. Use paper towel instead for blotting (not rubbing) both sides of your rug.
Use carpet stain removers not containing peroxide or bleach and test before use.
Mild household detergents such as dishwashing liquids (not containing peroxide or bleach and diluted with warm water), can be used by dabbing on the remaining stain with a sponge after blotting initially. However, do not soak the area and use only suds. Reblot after, with paper towel and apply plain warm water by dabbing with a sponge to remove detergent residue. After this, reblot the area again to remove moisture and ensure free air circulation around the spot to dry.
For professional cleaning, make sure to contact a rug cleaning specialist.
Please note that the above information is provided as a guide only. We cannot be held responsible for any damage caused due to misuse. We highly recommend regular professional cleaning for your rugs.