Cleaning and Care for Rugs & Bedding
  Cleaning & Caring for Your Company C Rug:

The kids... the dog... a clumsy party guest. Accidents happen. In fact, removal of spots and spills is one of the most crucial areas of rug maintenance. When anything is dropped or spilled, quick response with the right cleaning material can save the day... and your rug!
 

Wool rug care & cleaning:
Our hand-tufted and hand-hooked wool rugs are both durable and easy to care for.

We recommend vacuuming regularly without using a beater bar (set your vacuum on "floor" setting.) Spot clean by mixing a solution of water and mild soap. With a clean white cloth, gently blot from the outside of the spill to the interior to prevent spreading. Blot up any residue with a clean cloth and allow area to air dry. Should long ends of yarn appear on the surface, do not pull. Use scissors to trim yarn evenly with rug surface.  Professional cleaning is recommended for tough stains. 

Jute rug care & cleaning
Jute is a very durable fiber that can withstand high traffic areas and has minimal shedding. They are hand-tufted with a latex backing and require the same care and cleaning as a wool rug.

We recommend vacuuming regularly without using a beater bar (set your vacuum on "floor" setting.) Spot clean by mixing a solution of water and mild soap. With a clean white cloth, gently blot from the outside of the spill to the interior to prevent spreading. Blot up any residue with a clean cloth and allow to air dry. Should long ends of yarn appear on the surface, do not pull. Use scissors to trim yarn evenly with rug surface.  Professional cleaning is recommended for tough stains.

  Chelsea Wool Rug
 

Indoor/Outdoor 100% Polypropylene rug care & cleaning
Polypropylene rugs are durable, easy care and soft underfoot. Vacuum regularly on "floor" setting. Do not use a beater bar, which can catch the loops in the rug's pile. To remove dirt or spills, spot clean by mixing a solution of water and mild soap. With a clean white cloth, gently blot from the outside of the spill to the interior to prevent spreading. Rinse your rug with an outdoor hose when finished. Hang until thoroughly dry. Make sure both the rug and the area where it will be placed are fully dry before placing rug. Should yarn ends appear on the surface of your rug, do not pull. Use scissors to trim yarn evenly with rug surface.

Indoor/Outdoor Hand-woven Polyester rug care & cleaning
These hand-woven rugs are made from 100% polyester yarn that has been made from re-cycled plastic bottles. They feel like wool and are extremely versatile and easy to care for whether indoors or outdoors. Vacuum regularly on "floor" setting, without a beater bar. To remove dirt or spills, spot clean by mixing a solution of water and mild soap. With a clean white cloth, gently blot from the outside of the spill to the interior to prevent spreading. Rinse your rug with an outdoor hose when finished. Hang until thoroughly dry. Make sure that both the rug and the surface where it will be placed are fully dry before putting it down. Do not use harsh chemicals.

  Vintage Quilt Jute Rug
 

Bamboo Viscose or Wool/Viscose rug  care & cleaning:
Bamboo viscose rugs are more luxurious and are not intended for heavy traffic areas. Bamboo Viscose is easily saturated with dye, and produces wonderful vibrant colors. Because the fiber is so absorbent, it's especially important to act quickly when spills happen.   

Vacuum regularly with your vacuum set to "floor" setting.  Clean spills immediately by blotting with a clean sponge or white cloth. Spot clean with minimal amount of water and mild soap solution. Blot firmly, but gently from outside to center of stain, avoiding scrubbing. Should long ends of yarn appear on surface, do not pull. Use scissors to trim yarn evenly with rug surface. Professional cleaning is recommended for tough stains.

General Rug care: Routine vacuuming without a beater bar is the key to maintaining the beauty of your rug by preventing the buildup of soil deep in its fibers.

Sunlight:  To prolong the life of your rug, we recommend rotating it to mitigate possible fading.

Shedding:  All wool rugs will naturally shed. Vacuum a new wool rug once or twice a week to reduce shedding. Shedding can be expected for at least the first 3 months. Set your vacuum on "floor" setting, turning the beater bar off. The beater bar can catch the end of the yarns and cause pulls. 

Rug Pads: To preserve the life of a rug for indoor use, we recommend using a rug pad. A rug pad provides extra cushioning underfoot, prevents the rug from slipping, and actually reduces wear and tear of the rug.

 
 

Cleaning & Caring for Your Company C Bedding:
To keep your Company C bedding smooth, soft and beautiful for years to come, follow the washcare tips on your specific bedding label, as these take into account fabric quality, printing techniques, and specialty details. 



Cleaning & Caring for Your Company C Pillows:
To keep your Company C pillows beautiful for years to come, follow the care tips on your specific pillow label, (located on the inside seam) as these take into account fabric quality, printing techniques, and specialty details. 

Note: Most pillow covers are removable.



Cleaning & Caring for Your Company C Shawls & throws:
To keep your Company C throws soft and beautiful for years to come, follow the care tips on your specific product label, as these take into account fiber quality.



Contact Information:
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to call or email us.

Company C
102 Old Turnpike Road
Concord NH 03301
1.800.818.8288
info@companyc.com