How do you clean a Turkish Carpet?
I have a Turkish Floor Rug which the Vaccume doesn't seem to remove the lint from. And I don't think it would survive a wash. Any ideas how to keep it clean?
You don't. You have it professionally cleaned, or you'll ruin it. They have to use certain chemicals to clean it and not ruin it.
You might have to buy a lint remover brush and gently go over the rug. Some vacuum cleaners are quite poor when it comes to removing lint. When we had pet hair the didn't vacuum off our rug we had to get it off with a lint remover brush and also use our hand to rub in a circular motion on the rug to 'ball' the lint. It's hard work! You could buy an expensive vacuum like a Dyson with rotating brush heads which might make the work easier.
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