Oriental Rug Care and Cleaning – Spot Removal for the care and cleaning of your carpets & rugs.
Mix one teaspoon of clear dish washing liquid or detergent powder (containing no bleaches or strong alkalies) with a cup of warm (not hot) water. This solution must be well rinsed with clear water. WoolClean Spot Remover #1 is part of the WoolClean Spot Removal Kit.*
Absorbent Cleaners Host®, Capture®, or Dri-Matic®
Some chemicals are hazardous (corrosive, flammable, toxic, etc.) and should be used with great care, strictly in accordance with their use and safety instructions.
DO NOT apply solvent-containing products or Dry Spot Remover #2 to bonded carpets (carpets that are not tufted or woven, but where the pile is bonded to the backing). When applying Dry Spot Remover #2 or other solvent-containing products, have the work area well ventilated.
DO NOT apply stain repellent treatments which contain any silicone because they tend to accelerate carpet soiling. (Some carpet manufacturers do not accept responsibility for complaints where such treatments have been used.)
Always pre-test a cleaning agent in an inconspicuous place, such as under a piece of furniture or in the corner of the room, to insure that it does not remove color.
Naturally easy maintenance
To protect the investment made in a Wools of New Zealand Brand carpet or rug, it’s important to follow prescribed maintenance periodically to keep it looking and performing at its best. Cleaning at regular intervals – rather than waiting until the carpet is heavily soiled – actually extends its life. And when carpet life is increased, so is the return on your investment.
Properly maintained carpets enhance the appearance and atmosphere of interiors either contract or residential. A well-maintained Wools of New Zealand Brand residential or commercial carpet absorbs dirt, airborne dust particles, fumes and noise. It even makes the indoor environment more hygienic. Maintenance makes sense. Maintaining the beauty of wool carpet is exceptionally easy – in fact, a lot easier than most people think. You see, wool’s unique and complex fiber structure releases soil up to 25% more readily than synthetic carpet. Not only that, its scaly outer structure holds soil high on the pile, right where the vacuum can lift it out. Quickly and easy.
Source: Wools of New Zealand