Vacuum the rug regularly to remove dry soil. Gritty soil can tracked indoors and scratch and cut rug fibers. The longer the soil remains in the rug,the more damage it will cause,so the rugs
should be vacuumed at least once a week. The fringes may be damaged when a beater bar brush machine in used. Make one vacuum pass on each end across the width of the rug to avoid fringe damage.
Spills should be blotted with absorbent cloth or paper towels immediately. Remember that pet "accidents" can damage the dyes in natural fiber rugs in a very short time,if not removed
Be were of grocery store spotters. These products are note Wool Safe approved and may bleach natural fiber rugs. Dish washing liquids and powders often cause resoling and are also best avoided.
Work the spot toward the center and avoid scrubbing in circular motion as this will cause texture distortion and fuzzing.
Do not use powdered carpet fresheners. The powder is difficult to remove with cleaning.
To prevent uneven wear and light fading turn your rug at least once a year. This can also prevent texture changes in the rug.
Good quality pad will add years to the life of a rug,help prevent slippage and create more comfort under foot.