Cleaning Large Kids Area Rug
Large kids area rug is available in a variety of materials including wool, cotton and chenille. They are hand made from Yarn-colored fiber to maintain quality over time. Pottery Barn also carries a wide range of area rugs made of natural fibers. Area carpets can be placed on top of existing carpet to extend the life of your mat or on hard surface floors. Whatever material you choose, the Pottery Barn area rugs are durable and easy to maintain. Protect your investment by following a regular cleaning schedule.
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Remove any objects on top of the mat, if necessary. Adjust vacuum cleaner environment. For low-pile carpets, use the lowest setting. Vacuum large kids area rug in the direction of the heap to remove dirt. Avoid sucking up the small players that can be sucked into the vacuum cleaner. Attach a furniture nozzle to dust out edge. Turn over the carpet and vacuum backing. This removes dirt collected on the back of the carpet. Place the area mat in its original position and vacuum on the mat once more to remove remaining dirt. Clean games immediately, when needed. For alcohol, soda, apply baking soda or salt to the place for 5 minutes. Then vacuum. Old stains should be cleaned by a professional. Have your area mat cleaned by a professional every 2 to 5 years.
Tips and warnings
Rotate large kids area rug at least once a year to expose the carpet to equal amounts of traffic. A matte pad will extend the life of the carpet. Area rugs should be vacuum cleaned weekly. Sprinkle baking soda on the carpet before vacuuming, to eliminate odors. Always read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.