It is important to dust your carpet regularly and not to neglect this operation. You can vacuum your carpet once or twice a week, but only in the direction of the pile. On the other hand, avoid the brush position of the vacuum cleaner for carpets made of artificial silk and long pile.

When a carpet is new, it is possible that it has a bit of excess wool, or that it fluffs up a bit. This is not abnormal and is due to the nature of the material. This is what distinguishes a good quality carpet. During the first few weeks, short fibers will break off and appear on the surface of the carpet. This lint will be easily removed with a vacuum cleaner after a few weeks of use.

Marks and indentations on the carpet
It is advisable to regularly rotate your carpet 180 degrees, every few months. If a carpet is exposed to sunlight in the same place for long periods of time, the colors can fade. Another good reason to turn your carpet is that if one part is more exposed to sunlight than the rest, it will even out the wear on the whole carpet.

Washing the carpet
After a few years of use, it is advisable to take your carpet to be cleaned, not to a dry cleaner, but preferably to a carpet cleaning specialist. For more information contact us at

Skin rugs
Vacuum your leather carpet only in the direction of the pile; use a clean, slightly dampened cotton cloth and pass it over the carpet, respecting the direction of the pile.

Vacuum on low power. If a stain is found, take immediate action by wiping it up with a clean cloth. For a thorough cleaning, please consult a skin cleaning specialist.


First aid when you stain your carpet

Sometimes you spill something stain on the carpet. The important thing to do in such cases is to tackle the stain or spill immediately. If you wait, there is a risk that the stain will penetrate the carpet and be more difficult to remove. Here are some tips on what to do in the event of an accident:
  • Deal with the stain immediately
  • Gently remove the excess with a spoon or spatula.
  • Dilute with cold water if necessary
  • Sponge the liquid, without rubbing, with a clean cotton cloth.
  • Always work from the outside towards the center of the stain.
  • Use a little dishwashing liquid with cold water only if necessary.
  • Brush lightly with a clothes brush if necessary.
  • Allow the cleaned area to dry.
  • Brush and vacuum

Examples of stain removal:

Mud stains: Vacuum the stain when dry. If traces remain, scrub with vinegar and water. Rinse and blot immediately with a cloth.

Alcohol, ink, coffee, tea, jam or sauce stains: Quickly absorb the stain with a blotter or talcum powder. Dab with a cloth soaked in alcohol and water (¼ water, ¼ alcohol).

Candle stain: Remove excess with a spatula. Place a blotter or paper towel over the stain and run a hot iron under it. The rest of the stain can be removed with benzine.

Chewing gum: Put ice cubes on the gum so that it hardens to the point where it can be broken into pieces. Once hardened, remove it with a spatula in the direction of the fiber.

Excrement and vomit stains: Dab with a cloth soaked in a mixture of equal parts water and ammonia or white vinegar. Rinse and dry.

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