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Braided rugs never gone out of style

24 Jan

Having area rugs in the house is one of the best things in the home decoration that we have but for the other reason most of the home owners just don’t only decorate the piece of the rugs but rather it is just a collection to them. One of the common rugs in the house but has the great value for the rug lovers are the braided rugs. Most of the American just selects the braided rugs to have in their home for the some reason that the braided rugs are part of the American Culture.

You take extreme pride at showing them off to your friends, relatives and guests and all those who drop in at your place. Actually, even if you don’t have a visitor on a particular day, still you love to admire them and consider them an integral part of your concept of home.

The braided rugs are by nature long lasting and can take a lot of harsh treatment but you must not forget that they are made through braiding strips of cloth. So, you should take extreme care that no damage to the braiding is done. If you can protect the braiding, the rug would take care of the other attacks! In fact, the more pressure and trampling are done on these rugs, the flatter they become and the braiding gets even denser. That means that the footstep can increase the life span of your braided rugs and carpets.

In recent days another property of these rugs has made them even more popular. The fibers used today have the capacity to hide soil and dirt and reflect light. That is to say, the soil and dirt don’t show as starkly as they would on a hard floor. But this apparent absence of soil and dirt does not mean that it is not there. Moreover, dry soil has sharp edges, so if allowed to remain for a longer time within the rug the braiding fibers may get damaged and your rug may end up with a scruffy look.

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Posted by on January 24, 2011 in Home Improvement, rugs

 

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