Even though they are durable and resistant by nature, Iran and antique persian rugs also need specific treatments in order to remain in the best condition possible. These elegant carpets are made to withstand the rigors of daily life, many but not all of them. Like the carpet is becoming more popular in the Western world and became more dominant in the houses of Europe and America, there are many things that can ruin them. With proper care, the Persian carpet or Iran can withstand the passage of time and last for years.
Dust the antique persian rugs to remove dust and dirt. Where is the carpet determines how often should be sucked. Existing carpet on the floor of collect more dust that hung on the wall. Use suction only when you breathe, beater bars can damage the pile.
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Iran and antique persian rugs, hand washing when necessary, depending on how often you tread. Rugs in high traffic areas should be cleaned more often. Mix dish washing detergent without bleach with warm water to make lather and scrub the carpet with a soft-bristle brush dipped into the solution. Rinse with a damp sponge with warm water to remove SOAP residue. Use a squeegee to help expel excessive moisture.