Rug Care

Nourison recommends only the use of Woolite or other compatible Carpet Cleaner for the cleaning of allrugs. The cleaning process should involve applying the Woolite with a soft bristle brush, rinsing the water, and extracting with a vacuum or extractor. The rug should then be dried by air or low temperature hair dryer. The use of any other cleaning solvent will void the Nourison warranty, and make the cleaning service solely responsible for any damage caused to the rug. Nourison does not guarantee that these methods work and should be used as a guideline only!? If in doubt, call a reputable cleaner.

Step 1:Tell us what you spilled, and we’ll be glad to help.
What did you spill on our rug?
 
Step 2: Follow our instructions to clean your rug.
Here’s how to clean your rug:
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Methylated spirits or turpentine
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar or Starch Paste
  • Brush off with a hard edge
  • Cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar or scrape and vacuum
  • Acetone
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Glycerin
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid or scrape and vacuum
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar (remove at once-chemicals in excrement attack dyestuffs)
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Tissue and iron, then cleaning fluid (Do not use iron after solvent)
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Alcohol
  • Methylated spirits
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Cleaning fluid or scrape and vacuum
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Water only
  • Alcohol
  • Lukewarm water
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Polish remover*
  • Cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Rug Care PDF
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid*
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid or scrape and vacuum
  • Vacuum, then cleaning fluid
  • Cleaning fluid
  • Detergent/White vinegar
  • Detergent/White vinegar (remove at once-chemicals in urine attack dyestuff)
  • Call a reputable cleaner
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
  • Cleaning fluid or scrape and vacuum
  • Detergent/White vinegar or cleaning fluid
*If recommended procedure is not effective call a reputable cleaner. Some stains are so complex that someone with knowledge of textile chemistry should treat them. Don't wait for annual cleaning. It may be too late to remove the stain.

Note: Almost all spills are removed by either dry cleaning fluid (follow manufacturer's instructions) or a simple solution of one teaspoon of mild detergent with one teaspoon of white vinegar in a quart of warm water.