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Rug Pile: A Quick User’s Guide

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A rug’s pile refers to the density of fibers. The pile height or thickness of the rug and the length of the fibers in the weave combined determine the pile of a rug. They can range from a flat/short pile or long and shaggy.

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Fall Cleaning Checklist

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Fall is here: Time to get your house in shape for the cooler months ahead. Although autumn can be one of the busiest seasons for homeowners preparing for winter, it’s also the best time to take advantage of the moderate weather to repair any damages, get your rugs and carpets cleaned, among other areas of the home, before the first frost sets in.

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Dye Bleeding – The Effects of Bad Area Rug Cleaning

Dye bleeding can happen on many area rugs when they are not cared for correctly. It is important to consider that saving a few dollars by attempting area rug cleaning on your own or bringing the rug to someone inexperienced may actually cause lasting damage to your beautiful rug.

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What Is Abrash And Why Do Oriental Rugs Have It?

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Hand knotted rugs possess certain inherent characteristics which aid in their uniqueness. Color variations in the field and or border, known as abrash, are a beautiful example of such a characteristic. The term abrash, from the Arabic word for mottled, is typically used to denote color changes or striations running horizontally across the face of a rug. These color changes will appear within the same color ie., a light blue field may have striations of darker blue. However, abrash can also refer to a more general variation of color throughout a certain field of color causing the area to have a mottled appearance.

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Cleaning Tips That Help Save Time

With time always of the essence, we need to be able to find ways to clean-up more quickly. Luckily, there are shortcuts, tools and methods that will help you efficiently and effectively clean in a shorter amount of time.

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A Few Benefits of Houseplants

Your rugs and carpets are the biggest filter in your home and just like your air conditioning filter they filter out airborne soils that pass through them. Keeping these objects properly cleaned and maintained is vitally important to your health. What about bringing plants into the home as well, to assist with this filtering process?

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