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Classic timeless pattern.
- Edging options
- Why Wool?
|Pile Material||100% New Zealand Wool|
|Total thickness||+/- 9mm|
|Colour Variation||Due to the natural fibre of the product, colour reproduction to sample may vary due to normal dye lot variation.|
The Finishing Touch
There are several kinds of finishes and applications that can be used to finish off carpet. Some of the most common include binding, serging or nylon.
There is also the flexibility of how much of the binding you wish to see “on face,” meaning how much you want to see on top of the carpet. You can have as little as 1/4” up to 3” on face with a few minor differences;
¼” on face binding is slim line and would have an overlap at the corners and blind stitched, so you only see the binding and not the stitch.
A binding on face of 1” to 3” will have the corners mitered and blind stitched presenting a clean look.
Binding gives a rug or runner a more tailored and classic finish.
Cotton and Nylon Machine Binding
Put your best foot forward, choose wool
WOOL…Looks Better Longer
WOOL…Warmer in the Winter & Cooler in the Summer
WOOL…Is Environmentally Friendly
Man-made fibres such as nylon, polyester, and acrylic are made from nonrenewable fossil fuels, are emission intensive, and contaminate the environment.
WOOL…Is Fire Resistant
WOOL… Resists Static
Vacuuming often is wool’s best friend. This is the most effective and economical way to remove soil and dirt particles before they become embedded into the carpet pile. You cannot over vacuum and vacuuming should begin the day the wall-to-wall carpet, hall or stair runner or area rug is installed.
For best results DO NOT use a beater bar brush on any wool fibres.
Spot & Stain Removal
- Dab and blot up liquids with paper towels or an absorbent cloth and scoop up any solids.
- Work inward from the edge of the spot to prevent excess spreading. Do not rub, as this may cause the spot to spread.
- Do not use any harsh cleaning chemicals.
- Do not saturate with water.
- Blot dry between each step.
- Use absorbent mats at every entrance to your home to prevent tracking in dirt.
- Regularly change filters in your heating and air conditioning systems.
Use a reputable wool carpet professional to do a thorough cleaning periodically to remove the deepest soils.
There are several deep cleaning methods you can use to ensure the beauty and life of your wool carpet, rug or stair runner.