Fibers that bleed need to be identified in the home and the customer should have an understanding of the possibilities of dyes running into each other. Steps are taken at the shop to prevent permanent staining from dye migration but in some cases, rugs are painted over and over dyed to make the rug look brilliant at the market. Most rugs are chemically washed in chlorine before going to market. This strip's most fugitive dyes but still does not guarantee that the rug will not bleed. Dusting the rug is just as important as the washing since 80% of all soil in Rugs is dry. Getting a rug wet before dusting will result in "mudding up" the rug and the end result will be a less clean rug.
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