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Pet Urine Treatment for Oriental, Persian, Turkish, Wool and Silk Area Rugs

Approximately 33% of all Oriental, Persian, Turkish and other wool and silk area rugs Oriental Rug Salon is asked to clean contains pet urine. Pets can wreak havoc on nice rugs, especially when they have accidents. Pet urine, feces and “hairballs” can leave permanent stains and cause dye migration if not addressed quickly. Pet urine can also cause permanent damage to your wool and

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What Is A Hand-Tufted Oriental Area Rug?

A Hand-Tufted Area Rug  The process for creating a hand-tufted rug is drastically different than hand weaving an Oriental, Persian or Turkish area rug. Hand-Tufted area rugs are made by punching strands of wool into a canvas or “cartoon” that is stretched on a frame with the help of a hand-operated tool. This process is not very time-intensive and does not require the same

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Navajo Rugs – America’s Own Hand-Knotted Rug

Navajo rugs and textiles are produced by the Navajo people who live in the four corners area of North America, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. The rugs and textiles were originally for their on practical use, but by the end of the 19th century, Navajo weavers began to produce rugs for tourism and export. Navajo rugs are flat woven on a vertical loom

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