You bought the masterpiece Moroccan Beni Mguild Rug from Beni Mguild Tribe with great pleasure but now it's time to face the reality. You have to clean the Moroccan rug and that too at home. One of the safest options to clean Beni Mguild Rugs is to get them cleaned by a professional carpet cleaner but that will be a huge dent on your pocket especially if you plan to do it regularly.
Cleaning Beni Mguild Rugsare way easier than you can imagine. It will save you both money and a hassle to take it to the professional carpet cleaner and bring it back.
Do you need to know first why the rug needs to be cleaned? If it’s just because of some stain like your rug got wet by a spillage of water or any drink, then clean it up at the spot with the help of a paper towel. Simple and easy. After drying it with a paper towel spill baking soda immediately which will soak up the maximum liquid from the rug. After a few moments, a vacuum dries that spot of the rug. If the stain is tougher than a spillage stain, then mix vinegar with baking soda – this hack never fails and your rug is as good as new.
If there has been a pet stain over the rug, then mix cold water with vinegar in a ratio of 1 to 1. Now add this mixture to a spray bottle and spray it rigorously over the spot on the rug until it is completely soaked. Now wet a piece of wool with this mixture and gently brush it on the fibers of the rug to completely get rid of the stain as well as the smell.
This process might take few minutes and then let the mixture stay on the rug for at least 15 minutes. Once the time period is over, pat dry with towel papers so that it dries out completely with the removal of a staunch smell as well.
Here are some essential items which you would be needing in order to clean the Beni Mguild
Rugs yourself at home. They are
A vacuum that projects both high and low settings
Sunshine – so that the rug self-dries in the warm sunshine
A space big enough for the rug to be hung out vertically so it can dry in one go instead of proportions.
A good scrubber – to clean up all the tiniest bristles of fiber of the rug
A water source – at times you will need to water your Moroccan rug with pressure to clean out the detergent completely.
A tip – always remember to wash out the front side first this will clean any loose end and remove anything stuck in the fibers of the rug; then don’t forget to wash the back of the rug which will smother it down and your rug will be as good as new once it has been thoroughly washed at home.