Soft yet surprisingly durable, the Colonial Mills Turtle Bay Braided Rug works well in areas that get lots of foot traffic. Its special blend of polypropylene and chenille makes it tough enough to withstand stains, yet luxurious beneath your feet. Fully reversible colors mean that you can turn the rug over to reduce wear and tear and prolong its life. This rug features a classic braided design and is available in your choice of colors, shapes, and sizes. Machine made in the USA.
Caring for your Colonial Mills Rug:
Retain the beauty of your rug with regular vacuuming using the hard-surface attachment of your vacuum. Remove spots with any dry-cleaning fluid. Periodic professional dry cleaning is recommended.
About Colonial Mills
The resurgent popularity of braided texture comes as no surprise to Colonial Mills, Inc. (CMI). For the past several years, CMI has developed new colors and styles that will capture the home decorating imagination of just about anyone. CMI considers a braid as a method of construction, not a style. Braided construction adds a distinctive look and premium durability to rug styles ranging from contemporary to traditional. Creating exceptional rugs and providing superior customer service is a team effort at CMI, proudly recognized as a trusted supplier to the best-known retailers in the United States today.
To maintain the beauty of your rug, vacuum regularly using the hard surface attachment of your vacuum. Do not use a beater bar. Periodic dry cleaning for the rug is recommended; if your rug is mildly dirty, a dry cleaning fluid can be used to remove spots.
Over time, threads that hold the braids of the rug together may loosen. Use a needle and strong thread to sew them back together. Never pull loose ends from the rug; trim them instead with a sharp pair of scissors.
For best results, use floor padding beneath your rug. This will help reduce wear and tear caused by friction against the floor. This will also help prevent color dye transfer, as well as increase your safety by preventing rug slippage.
All rugs contain slight color irregularities due to the nature of the dyeing process. What may appear to be an error in the rug's color is actually part of the homespun look. Your rug will arrive tightly packed for shipment; smooth out with hands or pole to remove wrinkles. Over time, the rug will lie flat.
Cleaning and care may vary based on materials.