Wool is one of the most stain resistant carpet materials. A thin protective membrane covers the surface of wool fibers, preventing liquid from easily penetrating your carpet.
Wool is sustainable, biodegradable, and a rapidly renewable resource that has the least environmental impact of all the carpet fibers. It is also the only carpet fiber made without petroleum.
To prevent indentations from heavy furniture, we recommend using furniture cups under the legs, as well as shifting your furniture over a few inches every so often to give the carpet a chance to recover. If you need to revive a flattened pile, you can use a warm steam iron over a towel laid on top of the carpet. Do not press the iron down on the towel as this could leave gloss marks on the carpet.
Vacuuming: If your vacuum has a beater bar (or roller brush), be sure to reference your instructions manual on how to remove or retract it. The beater bar can aggravate the wool fibers and cause it to fuzz or even shred. You should try to vacuum approximately once a week.
Stains: Immediately blot liquid spills with a towel or cloth until mostly dry. Using a damp, clean cloth/towel blot the stain, do not rub it in. Make sure not to over-wet the carpet as this may cause watermarks. Follow the table for specific stain-treating steps.
**The Carpet and Rug Institute recommends having your carpet professionally cleaned every 12 to 18 months or more frequently if necessary.
Capture Carpet & Rug Dry Cleaner is made up of thousands of tiny particles that act as powerful sponges to absorb dirt, spills, and allergens.
It is safe for all types of fibers and fabrics, even wool.
This container will clean up to 100 square feet
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