handmade assorted blue shades
Article no: 104.385.38
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A perfect companion for all types of flooring, even those with underfloor heating.
The beauty is in the uniqueness - this rug is handwoven making it one of a kind.
This rug was made by skilled craftspeople with good working conditions and fair wages at organized weaving centers in India and Bangladesh.
The rug is made of wool, which makes it naturally soil-repellent and durable.
Ideal in your living room or under your dining table since the flat-woven surface makes it easy to pull out the chairs and vacuum.
|Length:||7 ' 10 "|
|Width:||5 ' 7 "|
|Area:||43.92 sq feet|
|Surface density:||3.60 oz/sq ft|
|Length:||24 ¾ "|
|Width:||17 ¾ "|
|Height:||2 ¾ "|
|Weight Gross:||10 lb 10 oz|
|Weight Net:||10 lb 6 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.70 cu.ft|
Do not wash.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.
Vacuum and rotate the rug regularly.
New wool rugs shed naturally. Vacuum frequently in the beginning.
Remove dried spots immediately by scraping carefully towards the middle of the spot.
Do not rub wet spots. Absorb moisture with paper towels, and clean with a damp cloth and mild detergent.
Professional carpet cleaning when needed.
The rug is hand-woven.
You will need 1 STOPP FILT rug underlay with anti-slip (5'5"x7'9") for this rug. Trim if necessary.
Use STOPP FILT anti-slip rug underlay under the entire rug for increased safety.
Rug weaving in India has a rich history, and nurturing this unique craftsmanship starts with the skilled men and women who make IKEA rugs. Together with our suppliers, we have consolidated weaving into centers with good working conditions, fair wages, stable work and care for the environment. It’s a more sustainable way of producing handmade rugs — one that ensures the well-being of the weavers and their communities, the resources we use and our business.
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