You can Vacuum your Berber rug frequently. But do not use a vacuum cleaner that has a beater bar or rotating brush on it. This will cause fuzzing, fraying, tearing and shredding. It will ruin Berber rugs. Your rug should be cleaned with vacuum that uses suction only. The more suction the better.
When it comes to vacuuming your wool rugs, you can use a vacuum without beater bar to gently clean the wool rug for a maximum of 4 times a month.
Beater bars are great for lifting dirt out of synthetic fibers, but very harsh on wool, which sheds easily because of it.
To clean your rug everyday or every 2 days, you can dust it off from time to time, it will clean it gently, remove dusts and specks from it and keep it bright and good looking.
Be very gentle when you vacuum. Otherwise, you could damage the wool. Just remember three words: slow, steady and thorough. Use a vacuum with very good suction. Then you will remove as much deep down dirt as possible.
Spot cleaning tips
Here’s how you can prevent stains. Clean up spills as soon as they happen. Pour a little baking soda on the spot to try to soak up the moisture on the carpet. Wait about 20 seconds, and then vacuum. Repeat the process until the baking soda stops absorbing liquid.
But what if you end up with stains on your carpet because you missed out on cleaning the spill quickly? If so, blot the stains with clean, cold water. You can also try mixing vinegar and water.
Using water to clean
The Moroccan rugs can be washed by hand with cold water and laundry soap and rinsed with the garden hose. and should be fully dyed naturally in the sun, ensuring that it's no longer wet or humid before putting it back on the floor. Brush it (using a plastic hand brush or clean BBQ brush) to remove excess wool when it is dryad, it will make it bright and good looking.
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