Rugs. Built for Spills.

Let's face it. You're going to spill something on that nice new rug of yours. It's bound to happen. There's even a law named after it (whoever that Murphy guy is).

But here's the thing. With a Perennials Luxury Performance Rug, it's not a problem. Perennials is made to handle the rough stuff.

Perennials rugs are made with 100% solution-dyed acrylic technology, which means along with resisting fading and mildew, it's also a cinch to clean. Explore below to find out more.

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Fabulously Simple Ways to Keep Your Rug Looking Fabulous

Perennials rugs are easy to maintain with regular cleaning. Now you really don’t have to cry over spilled milk.

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Vacuuming

Regular vacuuming is recommended to remove loose dirt or soil. Use a canister vacuum without a beater or set the beater bar to the highest setting. This will prevent the brush from pulling and damaging the surface fibers.

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Spills

Remove spills immediately to avoid staining. Blot excess liquid from the surface, and gently dab with a clean, damp cloth. Use a mild detergent if needed to remove spill. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and let air dry.

The Tough Stuff

Whether it’s the wine stain from last night’s soiree or permanent marker from the kids’ art expo, tough stains are no match for Perennials high performance rugs. Not even bleach will rough this rug up. Here’s how to say goodbye to your worst soil, splashes and set-in spots.

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Stubborn Stains

Chlorine bleach can be used for stubborn stain removal as it will not affect the rug coloration. Use a diluted solution of one part bleach to two parts water and rinse thoroughly

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Ground in Dirt

Heavy foot traffic and weather exposure can grind dirt into the rug’s surface, causing a dingy appearance. Perennials rugs can be powerwashed to remove surface dirt. Allow rug to dry thoroughly before re-installing.

Call in the Pros

Professional service is recommended when onsite cleaning is not possible. Advise cleaners to use low heat steam settings to avoid damaging yarn.