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HOW TO CLEAN A PERSIAN RUG?

If you own a Persian rug, you know it is a precious work of art that adds timeless elegance to your home décor. However, spills and stains can detract from its beauty, making it necessary to know how to handle such situations effectively. Fortunately, with the right approach, removing stains and extending the life of your treasured possession is possible.

The art of spot-cleaning is crucial when it comes to tackling stubborn stains. The process involves using a gentle washcloth, cold water, and mild soap or neutral pH detergent. It's essential to be patient and avoid rubbing the stain, as this can cause it to spread. Instead, gently blot the stain, working from the centre outward.

After removing the stain, it's crucial to rinse the rug thoroughly with cold water to eliminate any soap residue. Next, dry the carpet evenly using a fan or hairdryer. However, be cautious not to use excessive heat, which can damage the rug's delicate fibres.

Before you begin cleaning, ensure you prepare the rug by removing any loose debris or furniture that may get in the way. Additionally, vacuum the rug's underside to remove dust and prevent it from being reintroduced into the pile during cleaning.

Regular vacuuming and occasional professional cleaning can help protect your Persian rug from stains. You may also consider putting a protective rug pad underneath to minimize moisture and prevent spills from penetrating the rug's fibres.

In conclusion, with these tips, you can confidently begin your cleaning journey, restoring the pristine beauty of your Persian rug. Remember, patience, a gentle touch, and knowledge are the keys to preserving the timeless splendour of your cherished possession.

BEFORE CLEANING PERSIAN RUGS PREPARE A SPOT REMOVAL KIT

Just as a firefighter doesn't wait for a blaze to strike before assembling their gear, a savvy rug owner should have a spot removal kit ready for unexpected spills or accidents. This pre-emptive preparation ensures you can tackle stains effectively, minimizing damage to your precious Persian rug.

  1. Absorbent Materials: Stock up on clean, white cloths or sponges that can swiftly soak up spills without leaving behind lint or fibres.
  2. Application Tools: Equip yourself with an eyedropper or squirt nozzle, both gentler alternatives to spray bottles that can dislodge loose fibres.
  3. Dry Cleaning Fluid or Non-Flammable Substitute: Keep a bottle of dry cleaning fluid on hand, or opt for a non-flammable alternative like perchloroethylene.
  4. Detergent Solution: Prepare a simple detergent solution by mixing one teaspoon of neutral powder detergent with half a pint of water.
  5. Fruit Juice Stain Remover: Combat fruit juice stains with a homemade solution of one tablespoon of ammonia mixed with 3/4 cup of water. Apply sparingly to neutralize the colour.
  6. Alkaline Stain Neutralizer: Counteract alkaline-type stains with a white vinegar solution, crafted by combining 1/3 cup of white vinegar with 2/3 cup of water.
  7. Enzyme Detergent Solution: For stubborn stains, create an enzyme detergent solution by mixing one teaspoon of laundry detergent labelled as containing enzymes with half a pint of water.
  8. Oil-Free Nail Polish Remover: Effectively remove nail polish without leaving behind oily residue using an oil-free remover.

Remember, prevention is always better than cure. Regular vacuuming and spot cleaning help deter stains and preserve your Persian rug's beauty. With your spot removal kit ready, you can confidently tackle spills, safeguarding your cherished Persian rug from unsightly stains.

 

HOW TO CLEAN A PERSIAN RUG BY HAND?

Persian rugs are magnificent works of art and valuable investments that can last for generations. Unfortunately, even the most cautious homeowners may experience spills or stains on their precious rugs. But don't panic; there's still hope for saving your rug.

1. Act quickly and intelligently using a clean, absorbent cloth or paper towel to blot up as much liquid as possible without rubbing to avoid further spreading the stain. It's crucial to test any cleaning solutions in an inconspicuous rug area before applying them to prevent damage to its delicate fibres or discolouration of its intricate patterns.

2. When removing stains from Persian rugs, it's essential to avoid rubbing and gently press a clean cloth or paper towel onto the affected area. For deeper colours, consider placing a weight on a thick pad of material to help the stain seep out without further damage to the rug.

3. Bleach is not recommended for Persian rugs as it can strip away the rug's vibrant colours and delicate fibres, leaving you with a faded and damaged piece. Instead, use gentle and professional cleaning services that specialize in preserving the beauty and integrity of Persian rugs.

So, remember to act fast, pretest, blot gently, and avoid bleach when a stain strikes. Following these tips, you can save your Persian rug and keep its beauty shining for years.

 

HOW TO REMOVE STAINS FROM A RUG?

When removing stains from a rug, taking certain precautions is essential to avoid damaging the fibres or colour. A patch test on a small, hidden area should be performed before removing any stains. It's best to avoid scrubbing the site and blotting it with a clean, absorbent cloth or paper towel to prevent the paint from spreading. Remember that different stains require different cleaning methods, so identifying the stain before choosing a cleaning solution is crucial. You can use simple homemade cleaning solutions like mild dish soap and water, baking soda, and white vinegar for everyday spills. However, seeking help from a professional rug cleaner or using commercial carpet cleaners may be necessary for tougher stains. By following these steps, you can ensure your rug remains clean and beautiful without any damage.

 

STAIN TYPE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION.

ACIDS (DISINFECTANTS, TILE, CLEANERS, ETC.)

  1. Quickly flush with water.
  2. Sponge up excess water.
  3. Repeat soaking and sponging several times.
  4. Sponge with ammonia solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Dry quickly and thoroughly, with the aid of a hair dryer or fan.

ALCOHOL

  1. Apply warm water or soda water.
  2. Blot dry

ALKALIES (lye, caustic soda, oven cleaners, paint cleaners, etc.)

  1. Quickly flush with water.
  2. Sponge up excess water.
  3. Repeat soaking and sponging several times.
  4. Sponge with a vinegar solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Dry quickly and thoroughly, with the aid of a hair dryer or fan.

BABY FORMULA

  1. Apply warm water or soda water.
  2. Apply carpet shampoo, or dry cleaning fluid.
  3. Blot dry.

BEER

  1. Apply warm water or soda water.
  2. Apply a small amount of white vinegar solution.
  3. Blot.

BLOOD

  1. Apply cool detergent solution.
  2. Apply cool ammonia solution.
  3. Apply enzyme detergent.
  4. Rinse.

BUTTER

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Blot dry.

CANDY (CARAMEL COLORING)

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse
  4. Blot dry.

CARBON BLACK

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. lot dry.

CHOCOLATE

  1. Apply cool detergent solution.
  2. Apply ammonia solution.
  3. Apply white vinegar solution.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

COFFEE

  1. Flush with cold water, or soda water.
  2. Blot dry

COLA

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

COSMETIC (EXCEPT LIPSTICK)

  1. Apply Dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Blot dry

CRAYONS

  1. Apply Dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry

CREPE PAPER

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

EGG

  1. Apply cool detergent solution.
  2. Apply ammonia solution.
  3. Apply white vinegar solution.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

EXCREMENT

  1. Remove all solid.
  2. Apply detergent solution.
  3. Apply a small amount of white vinegar solution.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

FOOD COLORING

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot Dry.

FRUIT JUICE

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

GELATIN

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

GLUE(standard white glue)

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

GRASS

  1. Apply enzyme detergent.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Apply ammonia solution.
  4. Apply white vinegar solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

GRAVY

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Apply enzyme detergent.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

GREASE

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

GUM (method 1)

  1. Apply non-oily nail polish remover.
  2. Apply dry cleaning solution.
  3. Reapply non-oily nail polish remover.
  4. Apply detergent solution.
  5. Apply ammonia solution.
  6. Rinse.
  7. Blot dry.

GUM(method 2)

  1. Quickly freeze the stain, with dry ice.
  2. Break the frozen gum with a hammer, or hard instrument.
  3. Scrape gum off of fiber.
  4. Apply dry cleaning solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

HOUSE CEMENT

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS - ACID(DISINFECTANTS, TILE, CLEANERS, ETC.)

  1. Quickly flush with water.
  2. Sponge up excess water.
  3. Repeat soaking and sponging several times.
  4. Sponge with ammonia solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Dry quickly and thoroughly, with the aid of a hair dryer or fan.

HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS - ALKAOLES (LYE, CAUSTIC SODA , OVEN CLEANERS, PAINT CLEANERS, ETC.)

  1. Quickly flush with water.
  2. Sponge up excess water.
  3. Repeat soaking and sponging several times.
  4. Sponge with a vinegar solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Dry quickly and thoroughly, with the aid of a hair dryer or fan.

ICE CREAM

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

INK (BALL POINT)

  1. Spray with unscented hairspray.
  2. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  3. Re-spray with unscented hairspray.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

IODINE

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

KETCHUP

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar.
  3. Apply enzyme detergent.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

LIPSTICK

  1. Apply dry cleaning solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Re-apply dry cleaning solution.
  4. Apply detergent solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

METAL POLISH

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

MILK

  1. Apply warm water or soda water, or dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Blot dry.

MUD

  1. Let dry.
  2. Brush, scrape or vacuum off as much as possible.
  3. Apply detergent solution.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

MUSTARD

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Apply enzyme detergent.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

NAIL POLISH

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Apply non-oily nail polish remover.
  3. If stain remains, apply detergent solution.
  4. Apply ammonia solution.
  5. Apply white vinegar solution.
  6. Rinse.
  7. Blot dry.

OILS

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

PAINT(LATEX)

  1. Blot up paint.
  2. Rinse with detergent solution.
  3. Blot dry.

PAINT(OIL)

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Apply non-oily nail polish remover.
  3. If stain remains, apply detergent solution.
  4. Apply ammonia solution.
  5. Apply white vinegar solution.
  6. Rinse. Blot dry.

PERMANENT INK

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

RUST

  1. Apply lemon juice.
  2. If stain persists, ask me :)

SHOE POLISH

  1. Apply non-oily nail polish remover.
  2. Apply dry cleaning fluid
  3. Reapply non-oily nail polish remover.
  4. Apply detergent solution.
  5. Apply ammonia solution.
  6. Rinse.
  7. Blot dry.

SODA

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

SOFT DRINKS

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply white vinegar solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Apply enzyme detergent.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

SOOT

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

SYRUP

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

TAR

  1. Apply non-oily nail polish remover.
  2. Apply dry cleaning fluid
  3. Reapply non-oily nail polish remover.
  4. Apply detergent solution.
  5. Apply ammonia solution.
  6. Rinse.
  7. Blot dry.

TEA

  1. Flush with cold water, or soda water.
  2. Blot dry.

TOOTHPASTE

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

URINE

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply ammonia solution.
  3. Apply white vinegar solution.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

VASELINE

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Rinse.
  3. Blot dry.

VOMIT

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply ammonia solution.
  3. Apply white vinegar solution.
  4. Rinse.
  5. Blot dry.

WATERCOLORS

  1. Apply detergent solution.
  2. Apply ammonia solution.
  3. Rinse.
  4. Blot dry.

WAX

  1. Apply dry cleaning fluid.
  2. Let dry.
  3. Re-apply dry cleaning fluid.
  4. Apply detergent solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

WHISKEY

  1. Apply warm water or soda water.
  2. Blot dry.

WINE (RED)

  1. Blot with white wine.
  2. Apply detergent solution.
  3. Apply white vinegar solution.
  4. Apply ammonia solution.
  5. Rinse.
  6. Blot dry.

 

When dealing with unknown stains on Persian or Oriental rugs that are set or not identifiable, it is recommended to use a mixture of detergent and water for cleaning. Apply the solution to the stained area and gently blot with a clean cloth. If the stain persists, allow it to dry, and then try using a dry cleaning fluid specifically designed for rugs. Carefully follow the instructions provided with the dry cleaning fluid. If the stain remains after attempting these methods, don't hesitate to contact PARSIRUG TEAM Care for further assistance.

 

HOW DO YOU PREVENT YOUR ORIENTAL PERSIAN RUG FROM DAMAGE?

Our rugs require diligent cleaning efforts, but they may still incur damage despite using high-quality cleaners like Dyson vacuum cleaners. The delicate fabric of our carpets is susceptible to wear and tear. As time passes, the quality of our rugs may naturally decline due to ageing. We can implement the techniques outlined in the following paragraphs to slow this ageing process.

Rugs can add beauty and warmth to any space, but protecting them from damage is essential. Carpets differ from rugs in their attachment to the floor, with carpets being wall-to-wall and rugs serving as accent pieces. You can choose from various rugs, such as handmade, contemporary, and antique. Proper care of your Persian rug is necessary to safeguard your investment and prevent damage.

STEPS / PERSIAN RUG CARE

STEP ONE

Properly caring for your Persian rug is essential to protect it from sun damage. Avoid placing the rug in direct sunlight to prevent fading or lightening of colors. This is especially crucial for antique rugs or those dyed with natural substances. You can maintain your vibrant colors and overall appearance by keeping your carpet away from direct sunlight.

STEP TWO

Another essential aspect of Persian rug care is regular rotation. If your rug is exposed to direct sunlight, rotate it frequently, ideally once a month. This practice helps ensure that any fading that occurs is uniform across the entire carpet. Even if your rug is not directly exposed to sunlight, rotating it at least four times a year is still beneficial. A helpful way to remember this is to align the rotations with changing seasons. By consistently rotating your rug, you can distribute wear and maintain its appearance over time.

STEP THREE

To prevent your Persian rug from developing wear patterns in certain areas, varying the paths across the carpet is essential. When furniture is placed on the rug, it creates natural walkways that are often used. Consider rearranging the furniture or shifting its position on the rug periodically to avoid excessive wear in one spot. By changing the pathways and distributing foot traffic, you can ensure that the carpet wears more evenly and remains in good condition.

STEP FOUR

If you want to keep the fringe of your Persian rug looking tidy, it's best to straighten any twisted strands every so often. Avoid using a comb, as this could harm the natural fibers. A more effective technique is to flip the rug end over end. Grab one end of the carpet and walk it toward the other end, flipping the rug upside down. This will allow the fringe to straighten out on its own. If you need additional help, you can gently shake the rug. Just be sure to handle it with care to prevent any damage.

STEP FIVE

Regular vacuuming is essential to maintain cleanliness and prevent your Persian rug's natural fibers from becoming compacted. However, when dealing with old, antique, or expensive carpets, it's advisable to turn off your vacuum's beater bar. The beater bar can potentially catch loose fibers, leading to runs or tears in the rug. Furthermore, the beater bar can exacerbate the damage if there is a threadbare area on the carpet. Exercising caution and turning off the beater bar ensures that your vacuuming routine helps preserve the rug's integrity and avoid further harm.

STEP SIX

If you experience a spill on your Persian rug, acting quickly to prevent further damage is essential. Avoid using soap or bleach, as they may cause harm. Instead, start by gently blotting the spill with paper towels, starting from the outside and working toward the center. This will prevent the fall from spreading. To protect the rug's backing, place paper towels underneath the spill to soak up any excess liquid. It's best to use only water for cleaning spills for valuable or antique Persian rugs. If a stain persists and water isn't enough, seek the help of a professional with experience in handling Persian rugs. They can remove the stain without damaging the carpet.

HOW TO CLEAN ANTIQUE PERSIAN RUG?

For those passionate about premium natural material rugs, taking proper care and cleaning measures is essential to preserve the beauty, originality, quality, and value of genuine, handmade Oriental rugs. This is especially important when dealing with antique Oriental rugs, which are highly vulnerable to damage from vacuuming and other cleaning techniques. To maintain your Oriental carpet's appearance and extend its lifespan, follow these simple steps.

STEP ONE

Protecting your Persian rug from sun damage is crucial by keeping it away from direct sunlight. This will prevent fading or lightening of colours, which is especially critical for antique rugs or those dyed with natural substances. Additionally, it will help maintain the carpet's vibrant colours and overall appearance.

STEP TWO

rotate your Persian rug frequently, preferably once a month if exposed to direct sunlight, to ensure that any fading occurs uniformly across the entire carpet. Even if not placed in direct sunlight, regularly rotating it at least four times a year, aligning the rotations with changing seasons, can distribute wear and tear, maintaining its appearance.

STEP THREE

vary the pathways on the carpet by rearranging your furniture or occasionally shifting its position on the mat. This will prevent excessive wear in certain areas that can lead to unsightly patterns and damage to the carpet, distribute foot traffic more evenly, and keep your Persian rug looking great for years.

STEP FOUR

Keep the fringe of your Persian rug in good condition by regularly straightening any twisted strands, flipping the carpet end over end, or gently shaking the rug. Avoid combing the fringe, as this may cause damage to the rug's natural fibres.

STEP FIVE

regularly vacuum your Persian rug using caution to preserve the rug's integrity, prevent further harm, and maintain cleanliness. Turn off the beater bar on your vacuum when dealing with old, antique, or expensive carpets to avoid accidentally catching loose fibres that can cause runs or tears in the rug.

STEP SIX

  1. Act quickly in case of a spill on your Persian rug.
  2. Avoid harsh chemicals like soap or bleach that may damage the rug's fibres.
  3. Gently blot the spill with paper towels from the outside towards the centre to prevent spreading.
  4. Place paper towels underneath the fall to soak up any excess liquid to protect the rug's backing.
  5. Suppose the stain persists and water is not enough.

In that case, it's best to seek the help of a professional experienced in handling Persian rugs to remove the stain without damaging the carpet. 

STEP SEVEN

  1. Keep your antique rug dry to prevent permanent damage to the carpet from moisture and wetness.
  2. Immediately dry the rug with a fan or a wet vacuum if it gets wet.
  3. Reduce water threats around your antique rug by moving drinks and plant pots away from antique rugs and laying your antique carpet away from plumbing pipes. 

Finally, it is essential to take your antique Persian rugs to professional Persian rug care specialists to be re-fringed, over-rounded, or rewoven for deep cleaning. This is instead of attempting it on your own or having it deep-cleaned by someone not professionally trained to handle antique rugs. Following these simple steps, you can maintain the quality, craftsmanship, and diversity of our natural material premium rugs while elevating your home decor.

HOW TO VACUUM PERSIAN RUGS?

At our premium rug brand, we want to ensure that maintaining your Persian rug's quality is as seamless and enjoyable as possible. Here is a guide on how to vacuum your carpet without causing damage. You will need a vacuum nozzle attachment and a vacuum brush attachment.

STEP ONE

Regular vacuuming is essential to keep your Oriental rug clean and well-maintained. You can use a vacuum nozzle attachment with an attached brush to do so. This method helps remove dirt, dust, or debris that may be embedded in the fibres of your rug, making it the ideal way to clean your carpet. Vacuuming your Oriental carpet regularly is essential to extend its lifespan and keep it looking its best.

STEP TWO

When cleaning a rug, it's essential to move the brush slowly in one direction, following the carpet's grain. Avoiding a back-and-forth motion can help prevent damage to the rug's sheen.

STEP THREE

When vacuuming your rug and fringe, it is advisable to clean them in the same direction to preserve their quality. After sweeping a section, carefully lift the nozzle from the carpet before moving on to the next area. This technique can prevent tangling or damage to the rug's fibres and keep your rug in top condition.

STEP FOUR

Suppose you're unable to use a nozzle attachment for cleaning your carpet. In that case, you can opt for a vacuum with a power brush or beater bar. It's essential to set the device to the highest setting to ensure that the brush is not in direct contact with the carpet pile. This way, it will only touch the top layer of the carpet, providing thorough cleaning without damaging the fabric.

STEP FIVE

To keep your rug clean, it is advisable to vacuum it using a power brush occasionally. However, it is important to use the power brush gently to avoid causing any damage to the rug. You should also minimize the use of the power brush and avoid using it to clean the fringe, as this may cause damage.

TIP

It is recommended to vacuum the back of your rug at least once a month to maintain its quality and prolong its lifespan. This will help remove trapped dirt, dust, and debris that can cause wear and tear on the rug's fibres. Vacuuming the back of the rug can also prevent the accumulation of dirt and dust underneath it, which can damage your flooring over time. Therefore, it is a good practice to flip your rug over and vacuum the backside regularly to keep it clean and well-maintained.

WARNING

It's crucial to take care of the fringes of your rug to ensure its longevity and appearance. While vacuuming, avoiding using a beater brush or high power on the fringes is best to prevent damage. Instead, use a gentle vacuum attachment or a handheld vacuum to clean the fringes without causing any harm. This practice will help maintain the overall appearance of your rug and preserve the frame's integrity.

QUICK TIPS FOR PERSIAN RUG CARE:

1.Vacuum your rugs regularly to remove dirt and debris. This will help keep your rugs fresh and clean.
2. Treat spots and stains promptly to prevent them from setting in. It's essential to take immediate action using appropriate cleaning methods that do not cause any damage to your rugs.
3. Gently stroke the fibres of your rug with a hairbrush or your fingers to maintain the softness of the pile.
4. Once a month, take your rugs outside and use a carpet beater to remove dust and dirt. This will allow your rugs to breathe and stay in optimal condition.
5. Schedule professional cleaning for your rugs at least once a year. This will ensure a thorough maintenance process that helps extend your rugs' lifespan.
6. Stay vigilant against moth and carpet beetle infestations. Regularly inspect the edges and areas under furniture for any signs of bugs or eggs. If you notice an infestation, take immediate action, such as spraying your entire house and cleaning all wool rugs. Remember to inspect your wool clothes for potential issues as well.

By following these Persian rug care tips, you can confidently preserve the beauty and longevity of your Oriental rugs. This will help elevate your home decor with timeless elegance, and you can enjoy your carpets for years.