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A perfect companion for all types of flooring, even those with underfloor heating.
The anti-skid backing protects the floor, keeps the rug in place and reduces the risk of falling or tripping.
A blend of the natural materials jute and sisal gives a hard-wearing rug that will keep its beauty over many years.
Ideal in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum.
|Width:||5 ' 7 "|
|Length:||7 ' 10 "|
|Area:||43.92 sq feet|
|Surface density:||5.08 oz/sq ft|
|Length:||68 ¾ "|
|Weight Gross:||16 lb 15 oz|
|Weight Net:||15 lb 5 oz|
|Volume per package:||1.13 cu.ft|
Airing and vacuuming will help to eliminate the smell that the rug can have when it is new.
Do not wash.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.
Vacuum, shake and rotate the rug regularly.
Remove dried spots immediately by scraping carefully towards the middle of the spot.
Do not rub wet spots. Absorb moisture with paper towels, and clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
Professional carpet cleaning when needed.
This rug fits with a 2-3 seat sofa, but can also fit other size sofas depending on how you place it.
This rug fits under a 4-seat dining table, but can of course be used how and where you like in your home.
The rug is machine-woven.
Rugs with structure or hard edges can cause marks on soft wooden floors even when used together with an anti-slip underlay.
Jute is a very hardwearing fiber that is found in the stem of the jute plant. It’s an easy-to-grow plant that requires very little fertilizer, pesticides or water and is ready to harvest after only 120 days. The jute fiber is often used for ropes and sacks but is also known for its silky-smooth luster and can be spun into finer threads which are then woven. In our range we often use woven jute for items like curtains, rugs and furniture.
The sisal fiber is extracted from the long, sword-shaped leaves of the sisal and has traditionally been used in ropes and strings. The fiber is durable, stain resistant and sound insulating – so it’s excellent to weave rugs with. But it’s not just the fiber that is useful, the sisal has an extensive root system that can help limit soil erosion, and what’s left of the leaves can be used for bioenergy, fertilizers and animal feed.