How to Care for Sea Grass Mats:
Natural fibre floor coverings, like Sea Grass mats are relatively easy to maintain. This is because dirt does not cling to the hard fibres, but rests loosely in the weave. Sea Grass mats are naturally stain-resistant and will last a long time if cared for properly.
- Regular vacuuming is the best care to keep the appearance of your Sea Grass rug fresh. Visible and loose dirt should be vacuumed with a strong suction attachment. Do not use the roller brush. Vacuum the carpet from different directions, making several passes over the area.
- Although the need may not be visible, this frequent and regular vacuuming will increase Sea Grass mats life by preventing soil build-up, and will help eliminate stains caused when spilled liquids dissolve soil accumulations.
Can Sea Grass rugs get wet?
Never steam-clean or shampoo a Sea Grass mat; it’s not good for them to get wet. Dry vacuuming is the best method of keeping your mats clean.
Can you steam clean Sea Grass?
Never use a steam cleaner or a carpet shampoo to wash your mat. Sea Grass is a natural fibre, steam and moisture will weaken the material and can cause it to warp and lose its shape
How do you get pet urine out of a Sea Grass rug?
Blot up as much of the spot as possible by pressing firmly with clean, white paper or cloth towels, working from the outside of the spot inward to avoid spreading. To neutralize odour, mix ¼ cup of white vinegar with ¼ cup of water. Alternately dab a towel dampened in the solution and blot with a dry towel.
How to clean red wine or tomato sauce?
Dab with a white cloth dampened with soda water to neutralize the spill and remove any possible stain.
Placement of Sea Grass Mats
Sea grass mats are best placed indoors or under cover on open patio/veranda areas. They are not suited to be used in bathrooms.
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