- Taken from custom glass tile designs
- Easy Care - UV Stabilized Indoor / Covered Outdoor
- 100% Polyester Flat Woven Chenille Construction
- Edge Stitch: Preselected zig zag stitch to closest pattern match
- Pile Height: 0.19"
- Non-Skid Backing
- Crafted in the USA
Images on our site may differ from how the rug will look in your home. Rug size, lighting, placement and construction of the rug may change the appearance slightly and should be considered before buying.
To keep the appearance of your area rug at its peak and to achieve maximum floor life, it is necessary to follow these guidelines:
General Care and Maintenance:
Vacuum your area rug at least once a week or more if needed. Vacuums with a rotating beater bar are only recommended for cut pile rugs. Straight suction vacuums are only recommended for loop pile and shag rugs. The use of rotating beater bar vacuum on a loop pile rug will cause excessive pile fuzzing. Please note that initial fiber shedding is normal for all new rugs, regardless of fiber type, but should lessen significantly after 8-10 vacuuming.
Rotating your area rug 180 degrees every 3 months in a commercial setting will increase longevity and reduce noticeable traffic patterns.
Rug pads or attached non-skid backing are recommended to extend the life of the rug, prevent slipping, provide cushion, protect the floor and allow for easier vacuuming.
Standard Warm Water Extraction (water temp < 150 degrees) using a mild detergent may be used for general overall rug cleaning. Do not use a rotating brush carpet shampooer on loop pile rugs as this causes excessive pile fuzzing. Never soak the rug which may cause backing delamination, shrinkage, or pile reversal.
We recommend Woolite™ Pet Stain & Odor Remover Carpet cleaner + Oxy to treat stains or spills as directed by the cleaner manufacturer. Quickly addressing the spot greatly improves the chances of a full cleaning. For spills, always blot (never rub) excess liquids with a dry white cloth. Before using any spot cleaner, always test the cleaner in an inconspicuous area to ensure it doesn’t damage the rug. If in doubt, call a reputable carpet and rug cleaner.