Regular vacuuming: Use a low-power setting and a handheld vacuum or a vacuum with a brush attachment to gently remove dirt and debris from your rug. Vacuuming regularly prevents dirt and dust from building up and damaging the fibers of your rug.
Spot cleaning: If your rug gets stained, it's important to act quickly to prevent the stain from setting in. Blot the stain with a clean, white cloth to remove as much of the liquid as possible. Then, mix a solution of equal parts water and white vinegar, and gently dab the stained area with the solution using a clean, white cloth. Rinse the area with water and blot dry with a clean towel. Be careful not to scrub the stain, as this can damage the fibers of your rug.
Deep cleaning: Every few years, your Beni Ourain rug may need a deep cleaning to remove embedded dirt and grime. You can either take it to a professional rug cleaner or clean it yourself with a mild detergent and cold water. Be sure to test any cleaning solution on a small, inconspicuous area of your rug before applying it to the entire rug.
Pet hair removal: To remove pet hair from your Beni Ourain rug, use a rubber broom or a squeegee to gather the hair into a pile, and then vacuum it up using a handheld vacuum or a vacuum with a brush attachment. You can also use a lint roller or a damp cloth to pick up individual strands of hair.
Preventative measures: To keep your Beni Ourain rug looking its best, it's important to take preventative measures such as avoiding exposure to direct sunlight, rotating your rug periodically to prevent uneven wear, and using rug pads to prevent slipping and protect your floors.