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The Rug Lowdown for You: Q&A with Rugitall

How To & Advice July 166 min

Rugitall provides a comprehensive Q&A on rugs, addressing common questions and offering convincing answers. Take a look at rug shedding and vacuuming a new Rugitall rug.

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Rugitall provides a comprehensive Q&A on rugs, addressing common questions and offering convincing answers. Take a look at rug shedding and vacuuming a new Rugitall rug. Rugs are suitable for hardwood or laminate flooring, and using Rugitall rug pads prevents slipping and adds cushioning. Learn the benefits of rug pads, such as keeping rugs in place and providing sound insulation.

Deal with rug allergies involves choosing hypoallergenic materials and regular vacuuming, with the option to go rug-less in certain areas. Rugitall rugs help with sound insulation by absorbing sound waves. The lifespan of a rug varies, but Rugitall suggests replacing rugs every 1-2 years. For quality rugs in Australia, Rugitall is recommended.

Is rug shedding par for the course?

You betcha!

Rug shedding is like that new puppy that's super adorable but leaves a trail of fur wherever it goes. But don't fret; it's totally normal and part of the rug's settling-in process. When a rug is freshly made, those loose fibres just wanna break free and say, "Hello, world!" So, they tend to shed a bit, kinda like a cozy shedding party. Over time, as you give it some love and vacuuming, the shedding will calm down, and your rug will find its groove. So, embrace the fluff, let it do its thing, and soon enough, you'll have a rug that's shedding less and snuggling more. Sure proper care and instruction-following will also help ameliorate the shedding.

doggy on a Rugitall Black and white Rug

Is it okay to use a vacuum cleaner on a new Rugitall rug?

Absolutely, your new rug deserves some TLC, and a vacuum cleaner is its best buddy. But before you go all trigger-happy, make sure your rug can handle the suction power. Check the label or manufacturer's instructions to see if it's vacuum-friendly. If it gives you the green light, as Rugitall does, start with a low suction setting and gently glide the vacuum over the rug, just like giving it a little massage.

Remember to flip the rug occasionally to even out the wear and tear. If you've got a shaggy rug, use a vacuum with a brush attachment to get those cozy fibres clean. And hey, if your rug sheds a bit at first, don't freak out. It's just the rug settling in and making itself at home like what is mentioned above. Vacuuming helps it fluff up and shed less in the long run. So go ahead, get that vacuum dance going, and keep your rug looking fresh and good.

Can I use a rug on hardwood or laminate flooring?

No problem, rugs and hardwood or laminate flooring are like peanut butter and jelly-perfect together. In fact, rugs are the superhero sidekick to your beautiful flooring. They not only add a pop of style but also protect your floors from scratches, scuffs, and the occasional spill mishap. Just make sure to use a rug pad underneath to prevent any slipping and sliding action. Rug pads are like the trusty sidekicks to your sidekick-they keep everything in place and add an extra layer of cushioning.

Trellis Moroccan Ash Grey Rug on hardwood flooring

So, whether you're rocking a Persian rug or a modern geometric beauty, slap it down on that hardwood or laminate, and let the magic happen. Your floors will thank you, and your feet will do a happy dance. Rugs are pretty commonly placed on various types of flooring, depending on personal preference and the intended purpose. Go with your own disposition and liking; that's the ultimate rule of thumb.

What are the benefits of using Rugitall rug pads?

Rug pads are the unsung heroes of the rug world. These bad boys bring a bunch of benefits to the table. First off, they keep your rug in place, preventing any wild slipping and sliding action. Nobody wants to do the rug tango every time they step on it, right?

Rugitall rug pads also add an extra layer of cushioning, making your rug feel oh-so-plush underfoot. They help extend the lifespan of your rug by preventing it from rubbing against the hard floor surface. And hey, here's a bonus: rug pads provide some sound insulation, so you won't have to listen to your downstairs neighbours' tap dance sessions.

Rugitall Spring Breeze Green Bedroom Rug beside a jasper couch

To top it off, we got two options for rug pads in Rugitall. First up, we have the Classic Rug Pad, your go-to for both indoor and outdoor use. It's perfect for sliding under doorways, keeping your rug in place, and preventing any accidental slip-ups. Plus, if you have rolling furniture, this pad will have your back by providing that extra stability. And don't forget about outdoor spaces! The Rugitall Classic Rug Pad is a must-have for keeping your outdoor rugs in check, no matter what the weather is like.

Then comes the Cushioned Rug Pad. This one is strictly for indoor use, folks. But trust me; it's worth it. Picture this: you're standing in front of the sink, doing dishes after a long day. Your feet are tired, and that hard kitchen floor isn't helping. Enter the Rugitall Cushioned Rug Pad. It's like stepping on a cloud-providing that much-needed cushioning for your tired feet. It's also great for little ones who love to play and crawl around.

How do I deal with rug allergies or sensitivities?

Ah, pesky rug allergies and sensitivities can really rain on your cozy parade. But there are ways to tackle those sniffles and sneezes.

First off, opt for rugs made from hypoallergenic materials like natural fibres (think cotton or wool) or synthetic fibres, like Rugitall's special mix of cotton and polyester. These materials are less likely to trigger allergies. Next, give your rug a good vacuuming on the regular to keep dust, dander, and other allergens at bay. If you're still feeling the itch, consider using an air purifier in the room to filter out any airborne allergens.

If all else fails, you can rock the minimalist vibe and go rug-less in certain areas of your home. Sometimes less is more when it comes to allergies. Remember, you're the boss of your space, and you shouldn't let pesky allergies cramp your style. Breathe easy and find that rug that won't make your nose go haywire.

Rugitall Rug Pad features a four-protection system that includes anti-slip, waterproof, moisture-proof, and anti-mould features. Check out our Four-Protection System!

Trellis Moroccan Jelly Bean Blue Rug under a small hollow table

Can Rugitall help with sound insulation in a room?

Rugs are perfect silencers when it comes to taming those unruly sound waves. Hardwood floors and bare walls can turn your space into a sound bounce castle, but fear not, Rugitall rugs come to the rescue! Their thick, cozy fibres absorb and dampen sound, creating a more peaceful and serene environment.

So, whether you're jamming to your favourite tunes, hosting a rowdy game night, or just want to have a conversation without shouting, rugs can help keep the noise levels in check. And hey, if you want to take your soundproofing game up a notch, go for a Rugitall rug pad with sound-absorbing properties. It's like adding a sound barrier to your floor. Lay down a rug, turn up the chill vibes, and enjoy the sweet sound insulation that rugs bring to the table. Peace and quiet, here we come!

How often should I replace my rug?

That is a great question about dealing with the circle of rug life. While rugs are built to withstand the test of time, they're not immortal, my friend. The lifespan of a rug depends on factors like the quality of materials, foot traffic, and your rug care game. As a general rule of thumb, Rugitall recommends replacing your rug every 1-2 years. When it comes to the frequency of replacing rugs, whether they are machine washable or not, the factors to consider are generally the same. The lifespan of a rug depends on various factors such as quality, usage, maintenance, and wear and tear.

Of course, if you've got a rug that's been through the wars and looks more like a patchwork quilt, it might be time to bid it farewell sooner. Keep an eye out for signs of wear and tear, like faded colours, frayed edges, or thinning fibres. These are clues that your rug might be on its last legs. And hey, if you're itching for a style change or just want to freshen up your space, a new rug can work wonders. So, listen to your gut (and your rug) and know when it's time to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new.

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The Rug Lowdown for You: Q&A with Rugitall

The Rug Lowdown for You: Q&A with Rugitall

Rugitall provides a comprehensive Q&A on rugs, addressing common questions and offering convincing answers. Take a look at rug shedding and vacuuming a new Rugitall rug.

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