Kona Rug From Turkey

What a great example of a Kona Rug Made in Eastern Turkey.  Vibrant color fields make this rug very pleasing to the eye and one to add to your collection of rugs.  You see we believe that all hand knotted rugs are works of art found on your floor and, we believe you can never have to many of them.

These rugs make great everyday use rugs and add to the decor of your room.  We recommend with these types of rugs that you clean them every 12 to 18 months to properly maintain them and last forever.  If you have one of these rugs we also recommend professional cleaning services to ensure protection against bleeding that can happen with these type of rugs.

We also believe that every 6 months you should rotate the rug and on a weekly bases, you should rug the vac over them to remove the dry soils.  Whenever you begin to vac the rug, do a inspection to ensure your side cords, fringe and body of the wool rug is free from damage.  If you notice damage, now is the time to have it repaired and not wait for the normal professional cleaning cycle to ensure the damage doesn’t worsen over time.

Enjoy your rugs but also care for them. 

Until next time, Rugman Out!

Social Media

On Key

Related Posts

What If My Fringe Is Torn On My Area Rug?

Is your fringe torn or unraveling and you just need it replaced or repaired?  Here at Carpet Care Plus/Robins Rug Repair, there are several methods that we can apply to your fringe to get your rug back into proper condition.  Damages to a fringe that a cleaning cannot fix will require several options that will

We Don’t Clean Rugs, We Wash Rugs

Yeah I said that, we don’t clean rugs however, we do wash rugs.  Washing rugs is the correct procedures to achieve the cleaning of the rug.  Now that you are confused totally, let me explain the difference. To thoroughly achieve cleanliness in a wool rug you must fully submerge the rug in water to penetrate

Isfahan Area Rugs

This will be the first in our series of discovering rugs from around the world.  The picture today is of a Isfahan Area rug made in Iran.  Specifically Isfahan rugs are made in central Iran and this one was made after World War II.  They Feature a floral center medallion on floral filled or they

Why Use A Rug Plant

The rug pictured, was first vacuumed and then dusted with our professional dusting machine.  A Vacuum could not have gotten all the dry soils out of this rug.  A total close to a pound of dust was removed.  A professional rug plant with trained and certified Master Rug Cleaners ensures your valuable and sentimental rugs