Rugs
A collection of handcrafted rugs that continues to follow the Fabricut aesthetic & values to soften the hard surfaces of the home.

General Care & Maintenance

As one of the most high traffic items in an interior, rugs will inevitably wear with time and use. There are a few preventative practices that assist with the longevity and beauty of the rug when paired with proper, regular maintenance.

  1. Always handle spills immediately and with care.

  2. Avoid damp areas and soaking the rug.

  3. Shift your rug 180 degrees periodically (optional).

  4. Avoid areas in continual, direct sunlight.

  5. Pair it with a quality rug pad.

Specific Care

Depending on the type of rug, there may be special consideration when caring for the rug.

Pile Rugs

  1. Avoid tugging yarn knots out of the surface pile.

  2. If a strand is uneven, cut it to the length of the rug surface.

  3. A suction vacuum is preferred; if a beater bar is attached be sure that the setting is high enough to not damage the rug.

  4. Pile shedding is normal in heavy quality rugs.

  5. Immediately tend to spills by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth.

  6. Contact a professional cleaner for regular cleanings or in the event of a stain.

Flatweave Rugs

  1. Vacuum regularly and thoroughly.

  2. Immediately tend to spills by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth.

  3. Contact a professional cleaner for regular cleanings or in the event of a stain.

Performance Pile Rugs

  1. Avoid tugging yarn knots out of the surface pile.

  2. If a strand is uneven, cut it to the length of the rug surface.

  3. A suction vacuum is preferred; if a beater bar is attached be sure that the setting is high enough to not damage the rug.

  4. Pile shedding is normal in heavy quality rugs.

  5. Immediately tend to spills by blotting with a clean sponge or cloth.

  6. Contact a professional cleaner for regular cleanings or in the event of a stain.

Cleaning instructions after the Soil & Stain Treatment

In case of a liquid spill

Soak up the excess liquid with a paper towl, repeat as necessary. If you have a high pile rug, this may take patience as the treatment is covering each fiber. You can dampen your cloth as needed.

In case of a solid mess

Use a spoon to remove the solids first, then spray with water and gently pat with a paper towel. Repeat as necessary. If you can't remove the stain, then add a bit of dish soap to the water.

The finish will not protect against the following

  • The stain has been caused by a cleaning process known to be detrimental, such as steam cleaning.

  • The damage or stains are a result of bleaching agents, acids (such as urine), burns, corrosives, other extreme or unusual hazardous items.

  • Repetitive pet induced stains.