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How can I clean a 10' diameter rag rug?

Handmade rag rug, about 40 or 50 years old. It has gotten very dirty over the years and also has smoke smell in it. Any ideas how to clean it or what type of establishment would clean it? Thanks!

Answer:

Rag Rugs are usually pretty durable, so take it to your local laundromat that has a large capacity washer (some are double loads and some even have quadruple load washers) and throw it in with some regular laundry detergent on cold. I would spin it as dry as you can in the machine and then take it home and let it air dry. It could shrink if you throw it in the dryer. It should wash up very well.
Aug 23, 2017
heres what you do, you merely could desire to pour distinctive bleach on the carpet, and then pour on some ammonia (windex works 2). then you could desire to get down on the floor and use a straw to blow on each and all of the blood including your breath. the co2 out of your breath will mixed with the blood and the cleaners it is going to preserve all your problems for you. if its effervescent, you probably did it top!
Aug 23, 2017

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