Jute, Sisal and Seagrass—these are all examples of natural fiber rugs. There are many fibers which are natural, but this category of rugs is perfect for areas where there is high traffic. It is durable and eco-friendly. Many of them are crafted by hand so that no two are exactly alike. Natural area rugs are often placed on a pad so that they are not prone to slipping or sliding on the underlying surface.
The selection of natural home rugs which you can see at our outlet includes colors that are the same as in the natural state. The colors tend to be quite neutral so that they blend with almost any design plan. Natural floor coverings such as jute and sisal are fairly easy to keep clean, mainly because the dirt and debris doesn't stick to the hard fibers. Instead, it rests in the weave. The fibers don't show the dirt in the same way that soft fibers do.
Maintaining the natural rugs is a simple as regular vacuuming. You should use a strong brush suction machine and vacuum from various directions going over each area multiple times. Even when you can't see the dirt, frequent vacuuming with extend the life of the carpet by preventing build-up in the fibers.
The natural fiber area rug should never be placed where moisture is present. They can't be steam cleaned or wet shampooed. The fiber is only for use indoors. They should not be placed outdoors or where moisture or high humidity is present, as this can cause the deterioration of the fibers.