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3 Facts You Never Knew About Rugs & Carpets

3 Facts You Never Knew About Rugs & Carpets

Whether you like it or not, everyone buys at least one rug for their home. But are you sure you know everything about the carpet you bought?

In this article, we will explain step by step the unknown things about carpets and rugs.

1.Can Be Used For a Lifetime İf Properly Cared For


Yes, you heard it right. No matter what carpet you buy, if you take good care of it, you can use it for a lifetime. The first thing you should pay attention to is that if you spill something on the carpet, you need to wipe it off immediately. If you do not wipe it off immediately, the carpet will soak up the spill and it will be very difficult to remove it.

Another maintenance task you need to do is to clean the ‘ridges’ once a month. With this way, your carpet will look more elegant and last longer.

2. You Should Wash Your Carpet Every Year

If you think that you take good care of your carpet and that it does not need to be cleaned, you are wrong. Carpets contain various microbes that are invisible to the human eye in the air. If you have your carpet washed at least once a year, your home will smell better and the germs in your carpet will die.

Note: If you have a baby, old or sick person at home, you should have your carpet washed at least 2 times a year.

3. The Most Expensive Carpet In History Was Sold For $33 Million

The most expensive carpet sold until the 21st century, the carpet model "17th Century Antique Persian" by Sotheby's, was sold for $33 million. The sale of this carpet was not an ordinary auction process.

The highest price that the rug designers usually expected was $10 million. Unexpectedly, he offered the highest auction bid of $30 million. It is thought that this person, who most likely lives in one of the Middle Eastern countries, most likely made an offer to display the purchased rug in a museum.


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