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shivangi
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Posted: March 23, 2010 3:13 AM

RE: rugs safe for any floor?
First decide on the functional needs for your rug. Is it for a home or a business environment? Are you using it to add warmth and comfort or colour and interest? Will it be required to cope with a lot of traffic and soiling?

Oriental rugs generally give a more formal appearance - these include Persian, Indian and Turkish rugs which are usually hand-made and have finely detailed patterns and designs. Other types of formal rugs are Aubusson, Savonnerie and Spanish carpets, as well as Art Deco rugs.

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sidvermawt
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Posted: September 20, 2011 6:33 AM

RE: rugs safe for any floor?
HMMMMM. It depends on several things. There are lots of type of rugs. With diffrent type of designs and colours.When THe choice is made by u then u will have to consider all aspects like cost,design,colour,type,fiber..etc. IN my point of view area rugs are best....for any floor
rosa
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Posted: May 24, 2012 3:54 AM

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Silk rugs cleaning requires a bit of care,but can be done at home.Maybe a fiber blend rug is your thing,wool and silk rugs as well as cotton and silk rugs are viable options for you.Oriental silk rugs are an investment,and maybe one you decide on.

 Well, With the help of eco-friendly cleaning products you can save your rugs. Substances that can be found in the kitchen such as the therapy and the everyday are great purifiers that have confirmed results.
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