Sisal Rugs Guide

• Sisal rugs are made of natural grasses and other fibers with neutral, earthy palettes .
• The rugs are super durable and can stand up to foot (and paw) traffic.
• Sisal rugs are great as base layers with other rugs.
• Great for living rooms and high-traffic areas.

flat weave sisal

FEATURES & BENEFITS: Ultra-durable, long-lasting blend of natural sisal, jute, and polypropylene; rustic charm and beautiful texture.

WHERE TO USE: A friendly foundation for any room - and they look great layered with other rugs! Perfect for adding a rustic touch to high-traffic indoor areas such as the covered sun porch, family room, or dining room. Not recommended for children's rooms.

HOW IT'S MADE: Yarns of sisal - a plant-derived fiber, dyed with vegetable-based pigments - make up the warp and weft of these woven rugs, which are made on a jacquard loom. The pattern runs the length of the rug.

•  Recommended for indoor and enclosed, covered-porch use only.
•  Regular vacuuming and rotation will keep these rugs looking their best.
•  When vacuuming, always use the standard head; never use the rotating brush.
•  Remove dry spots by scraping carefully from the outer edges toward the middle of the spot.
•  Do not rub wet spots; simply blot with paper towels, and clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
•  Professional cleaning recommended as needed.
•  Flammable; do not place near a source of ignition.

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