• Wood Furniture
• Fabric Upholstery
• Leather Upholstery
• Grandfather Clocks
• Stone and Marble
• Optional Extended Furniture Protection Program
General Information: Proper care and maintenance will greatly enhance both the beauty and the life of a rug. Normal wear and tear, central heating and air conditioning, direct sunlight, household chemicals and other factors can potentially affect the overall appearance of your rug. Wool and wool products may cause an allergic reaction.
Do's: Clean and maintain your rug regularly with either: a vacuum, though vacuum cleaners with extremely strong beaters should be avoided as they may damage a rug's foundation; a carpet sweeper; a brush; or shake well. Clean spills immediately by blotting with a cloth or sponge. For major spills, professional rug cleaners and professional cleaning methods are recommended. Place padding beneath your rugs for your safety, for the protection of the rug and of underlying surfaces, and to prevent color transfer.
Dont's: Do not use alkaline detergents. Do not place the rug in damp areas as dampness may cause deterioration of a rug. Do not overwet, dampen or moisten rugs with liquids. Do not place the rug near any heat or fire ignition sources. Do not fold the rug as folding may cause the backing to become brittle and deteriorate. Do not place your rug in direct sunlight for long periods of time as excessive exposure to direct sunlight can lead to fading. For rugs laid atop carpeting, do not conduct any cleaning and/or maintenance prior to removing the rug from the carpet and do not return the rug until completely dry as applying moisture to the rug while still on wall-to-wall carpet could cause colors in both the rug and carpeting to react to each other.