Diagonal Design Bootscraper
The static-free nature of the fibers will not attract and cause dust to cling. Dirt and grit tend to filter through weave rather than stay on top of the surface, thus reducing abrasion to these floorcoverings. Bacteria will not penetrate the hard fibers of these natural products.
The best care you can give your floorcovering is regular, thorough vacuuming. For best results, vacuum from different directions, making several passes over the area. Heavy traffic areas require the most attention and should receive regular vacuuming to reduce soil build-up and prolong the beauty and life of the floorcovering.
Never saturate your carpet with water or cleaner; this will stain the carpet. Any method that involves saturation with water, such as steam cleaning, hot water extraction or wet shampooing should NOT be used. These methods can cause shrinkage, dimensional changes, and staining of the natural fibers.
When liquid spills occur, blot up (do not rub) immediately with a clean, dry, undyed cloth, pressing firmly all around the spill to absorb as much of the liquid as possible. If the spilled material is solid, scrape up what you can with a spoon or the dull edge of a knife or spatula.