Maintenance Tips

  • THE MOST IMPORTANT THINGS TO REMEMBER WHEN DEALING WITH STAINS TREAT THEM STRAIGHT AWAY, BEFORE THE STAIN DRIES IN!
  • IN THE EVENT OF STAINS OF PAINT.
    • Soak a clean white cotton cloth in a solvent such as Turpentine, petroleum or thinner, and dab This onto stains on absorbent surfaces.
    •  Do not scrub.
    • Use one tablespoon of mild detergent mixed with half a liter of warm water, or apply an ox-gall soap solution and leave to soak.
    • In the case of stains on woolen carpet, use a wool detergent without optical brightening agents instead of ox-gall soap.
  • IN THE EVENT OF STAINS OF RED WINE OR FRUIT JUICE.
    •  Immediately soak up with kitchen roll.
    • Continue cleaning the stain with a sponge soaked in warm water mixed with a little detergent.
    • Bleach with salt if necessary
  • IN THE EVENT OF STAINS.
    • Do not allow the stain to dry in.
    • When treating stains, always work from the outside in, so that you do not make the stain larger.
    • Soak up liquids with kitchen roll or a kitchen towel. Carefully pick up any solids using a knife or a spoon.
    • Clean the area of the stain thoroughly by dabbing at it using a sponge soaked in warm water mixed with a little detergent, but remember not to scrub too hard.
    • If desired, you can pat the cleaned area dry with a dry hand towel or dry it with a hairdryer.
    • If you cannot remove the stain yourself, you are advised to seek help from a professional cleaning company.
  •  PREVENTING STAINS.
    • Place a doormat at every entrance to your house, and clean it regularly.
  • IN THE EVENT OF STAINS OF INK.
    • Dab alternately with alcohol and vinegar, then wash away with water.

REGULAR MAINTENANCE IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO MAINTAIN THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR CARPET AND TO MAKE IT LAST LONGER.

    • Vacuum your carpet at least once a week. If you notice any thread or yarn coming out do not pull it. Trim it evenly to the rug surface.
    • Rotate your carpet by 180° every six months, as this will decrease wear to heavily used areas.