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Taking care of your cowhide

SHAKING THE RUG

You should shake the rug outside regularly. Going outside and shaking the rug or hitting it against a wall to get out all of the dust is a very effective way to quickly get off all of the surface particles off the rug. 

VACUUM CLEANING

Vacuum your rug regularly to remove any surface dust and dirt.. Vacuum in the direction of the hair to prevent damage.

REMOVING FOOD STAINS

First, remove manually all of the food that you can. Then, if necessary, use a brush or butter knife while carefully and gently scraping in the same direction as the rug fibers.  If the stain is still showing, getting a damp washcloth with a small amount of non-alkaline soap, shampoo (baby shampoo has the fewest chemicals) or water mixed with white organic vinegar will get many deep food stains to come right out.  Simply rub the area with the rug and dry it with a towel or dry washcloth.

 

LIQUID STAINS

For common spills or accidents like red wine, coffee, tea, juice, food, soup, urine, faeces and vomit - soak up or wipe up spills with a paper towel or sponge as soon as possible. If necessary, getting a damp washcloth with a small amount of non-alkaline soap, shampoo (baby shampoo has the fewest chemicals) or water mixed with white organic vinegar will get many deep liquid stains to come right out.  Simply rub the area with the rug and dry it with a towel or dry washcloth.

STORAGE CONCERNS

Store your cowhide in a dark, cool place. The storage place should also be well ventilated to prevent molding and mildew. Roll your rug up, if possible, around a round cardboard tube, cover with a sheet and store. You’ll need to let your rug settle once your remove it from storage, but it should retain its normal shape within a few days.