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The black and white offset-stripe pattern is mesmerizing to look at. Handwoven in wool by skilled craftspeople makes each rug one of a kind. The flat weave is perfect for dining and living areas.
|Surface density:||1350 g/m²|
|Weight Gross:||8,59 kg|
|Weight Net:||8,49 kg|
|Volume per package:||38,2 l|
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Do not wash.
Do not bleach.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not iron.
Do not dryclean.
Vacuum and rotate the rug regularly.
Wet spots; do not rub. Absorb with paper towels, damp with cloth and mild detergent.
New wool rugs shed naturally, vacuum frequently in the beginning.
Dry spots; remove immediately by scraping carefully towards the middle of the spot.
Professional carpet cleaning when needed.
Always use the standard floorhead, never the rotating brush, when vaccum cleaning the rug.
The rug is hand-woven.
You will need 1 STOPP FILT rug underlay with anti-slip (165x235 cm) for this rug. Trim if necessary.
Use STOPP FILT rug underlay with anti-slip for increased safety and comfort; to be placed under the entire rug.
STOPP and STOPP FILT anti-slip rug underlays keep your rugs firmly in place, so no one slips on them. Cut the underlays to any size you need. STOPP FILT, which is 4 mm thick, also helps preserve hand-knotted rugs and makes all your rugs feel thicker and softer.
When you buy a wool pile rug, you may notice that it sheds fluff when it's new. That's because of the surplus fibres left in the rug after the production process. Loose fibres occur naturally in all real wool rugs, and will, after a while, disappear of their own accord. If you wish, however, you can speed up this natural process by vacuuming it regularly, always working with the same lengthwise movements along the rug.
On the larger of the two handwoven STOCKHOLM wool rugs, there's room for a sofa, an armchair and a table. The rugs also hide a worn floor and protect against draughts through the floor. And they're easy to fold up and move - in spite of their size.
Wool is a practical natural material that usually comes from sheep. The raw wool is washed and then spun into yarn. Wool rugs have many advantages. They're soft, warm and comfortable to walk on, and they're also very hardwearing. They're stain-resistant too, because wool has it own natural oil. This means that dirt stays on the surface and doesn't penetrate into the rug. All wool rugs shed - some more, some less - vacuum them regularly to prevent the loose fibres from scattering.
Each one of these rugs is handmade by skilled craftspeople in India. We make sure that workers get fair wages and safe working conditions at IKEA approved weaving centres. This enables them to have a regular income to support their families and communities. When you buy this rug, you’ll be making a positive impact on the lives of many people.
Rug weaving has a rich history with craftmanship that has been passed down through generations. This is kept alive, in part by the skilled men and women who make IKEA rugs at weaving centres approved by us. Here, we can secure the well-being of the artisans and their communities as well as the resources we use. So, when you buy one of our handmade rugs, you become owner of a unique piece, while also contributing to positive change for the people who make them.
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