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Caring for your rugs

Rugs are often focal points, and proper care and maintenance will ensure the best longevity and impact for your centrepiece.

Choose the right rug for your needs - wool rugs are genarally more durable in high traffic areas and viscose rugs should be avoided in high traffic areas and areas more prone to spillages such as dining and children's rooms.

Avoid exposure to direct strong sunlight and water wherever possible. New rugs will often have excess fibres which can be removed easily with regular vacuuming. Use a nozzle attachment but take care to avoid using brush attachments as these can harm the delicate fibres. Professional cleaning is always recommended but for minor spots and stains cleaning can be carried out with caution. We recommend the use of rug hold underlay to prevent rugs from slipping, and the possible transfer od dyes onto the floor.



These fibres are particulary sensitive to liquid so great care should be taken to remove spills as quickly as possible. Use a clean white dry cloth or paper towel working from the edge to the centre of the spill and do not rub. Once as much of the liquid is soaked up, use a clean cloth or paper towel soaked in cool water to dab as much of the stain as possible. Avoid saturating the pile further. Use a fine comb to lift up the pile in direction with the remainder of the rug. try to dry the pile whilst continuing to comb as quickly as possible. Due to the delicate nature of the viscose yarns used please note that some pemanent distortion of the pile may occur after liquid spillages. Stain removal treatments should be left to a professional carpet cleaner.


Wool rugs

Every wool fibre has its own thin protective layer. This allows wool to naturally repel dirt and gives you the opportunity to act when anything is spilled on the rug. To deal with spillages, scrape off and soak up as much of the liquid or subsatnce as possible working from the edge to the centre of the spot. Clean the arera lightly with a damp cloth or some absorbent paper dabbing only without rubbing or scrubbing. When using a detergent always remove it from the pile using a little water (when using detergent always test in an inconspicuous place first). Always ensure the rug is completely dry before use.

Loop pile rug are best beaten - just turn them face down on the floor, beat gently and then vacuum up the grit and dust from the floor rather than the rug.


Pressure marks

The feet of furniture will create indentations on any pile carpet or rug. To help reduce marking, regularly move the position of furniture and any other heavy objects where possible. To help lift the pile bacj up, use a fine comb.


Pile reversal

All cut pile rugs or carpets will flatten in areasof high traffic or concentrated wear. This can make the rug appear a different shade owing to the flattened pile reflecting light differently. Regular vacuuming will help to reduce this.

Caring for your jewels

In order to keep your jewels in a good state as long as possible, you will find herewith some upkeep advices
Avoid alcohol or perfume on your jewels. 

For resin and black metal: clean carefully with water and soap
For silver plated: use a specific silver cleaner

To clean your silver jewels, herewith an easy and cheap way: Keep an old toothbrush and brush it with toothpaste without water when your jewel darkens
It will immediately shine.
Rinse with water and some soap or liquid for washing dishes. It shines!