Health professionals recommend that you should vacuum your rug at least
once a week, and have it professionally cleaned every three year as
carpet acts as a trap for airborne particles grounded through natural
gravity. If not maintained, the result will be a dusty, sneeze
Sometimes you may hear recommendations to remove a rug from home to
avoid allergy. These recommendations are generally based on faulty
assumptions. In fact, clean, dry, well-maintained carpet actually
improves air quality.
Some people are over sensitive to wool and believe that silk rugs or cotton rugs are another option
Some people tend to ignore or forget about the potential for a latex
allergy in rugs. Hand-tufted rugs and many Machine made rugs use
synthetic fibers, latex backing. This latex may cause an allergic
reaction in some sensitive people.
” Natural materials like cotton, sisal, jute, sea grass, and hemp are
often woven into better handmade rugs
, making them smart options.
Check out our collection of Vegetable dyed most popular rugs.