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ABOUT THE FIBRE

  • Mohair responds magnificently to dyes, retaining even the most brilliant colours over time.

  • It is a very durable fibre and it is non-flammable

  • Mohair breathes naturally, absorbing and releasing atmospheric moisture and controlling its own ‘climate’ to ensure optimal comfort.

    CLEANING MOHAIR

  • Your mohair rug or throw can be cleaned by a reputable dry cleaner or you can wash it yourself by following these simple steps:

  • Soak in water using mild detergent recommended for washing wool, or even hair shampoo.

  • Very gently agitate by hand to dislodge dirt particles. Do not agitate unduly.

  • Rinse in clean, cool water. A small amount of fabric softener can be used if desired.

  • Hang or lay flat to dry (mohair dries quite quickly). When dry, a brisk shake or brush (with a stiff hair brush) will restore the pile. Gentle coaxing, rather than firm strokes, is advised to ease out tangle and create the downy pile for which Mohair is renowned.

  • Do not tumble dry.

SHEEP WOOL RUGS

  • We recommend dry cleaning the rug or washing it in cold water.

  • Do not tumble dry.

  • Avoid exposing it to direct sunlight

  • The rug can be press ironed with a wet cloth