JAVORINA carpets are hand-woven products made in India. Their material composition is 20% cotton, 80% viscose (art silk).
In home environment, the manufacturer recommends the carpets be only vacuumed or treat by other than wet processes (i.e. sweep, blow the lint away, vacuum, dust off ... ).
Wet cleaning is possible only in a fine chemical process - chemical cleaning in a professional manner without intensive soaking or washing.
Due to its fine woven fiber, in the first months of use, the carpet "lets" lint, forming wools balls, that can easily be removed by frequent vacuuming.
We do not recommend robotic / automatic vacuum cleaners or devices with aggressive rotary brushes for the rug.
Carpets are designated exclusively for interior use.
When stained, proceed as follows
Prior to stain removal, test the edge of the rug for color stability. If the stain reappears, the procedure needs to be repeated.
- Fruit - use (¾ alcohol, ¼ water) solution.
- Grease - remove as much as possible with a dry cloth, then use a stain-removing solvent and a carpet powder available.
- Milk - use stain-removing solvent and then water lightly diluted with alcohol and lemon juice.
- Sauces - after wiping them with dry cloth, use (½ alcohol, ½ water) solution.
- Cellulose glue - use acetone, ethyl acetate.
- Ink - remove as much of it as possible with a dry cloth, then use soap, sponge, water and alcohol. Prevent the carpet from getting damp.
- Paint - remove as much of it as possible with a dry cloth, then use a solvent and a carpet powder available.
- Rust - remove with a special agent.
- Water - use sponge immediately.
- Eggs - use solvent, then use (½ alcohol, ½ water) solution.
- Sweets - use (½ alcohol, ½ water) solution, wait until the stain dissolves.
- Red wine - use (¾ alcohol, ¼ water) solution.
- Alcoholic beverage - use (½ alcohol, ½ water) solution.
- Tea, coffee - use (½ alcohol, ½ white vinegar) solution.
- Chocolate - use stain-removing solvent, then (½ alcohol, ½ water) solution.
- White coffee - use stain-removing solvent, then (½ alcohol, ½ white vinegar) solution.
- Alkaline products - use solution of (white vinegar diluted with water at a ratio of 1:3).
- Tar, smoke - use solvent, then use specialized products available.
- Blood - use white vinegar (when the stain is still fresh), then remove the excessive fluid with a cloth.
- Urine - use sponge, then white vinegar.