Fringes On Rugs

Ken Wainwright

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You have lots of choices as highlighted by Nick, but you need to make a judgement based on the fibre type.

The most common rug fringes are cotton, followed by wool and then silk.
 
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John Bolton

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Fusion Clean is not necessarily any safer than the other products that Nick mentioned. They are all safe if used correctly.

Methodology is at least equally important.
 
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Mark Sutcliffe

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I meant with regards to it being wool.

I'm always veering on the side of caution with wool, and Fusion clean's works well on rugs.

She's text me to say she's cut the fringes off.. so, saves me a job haha :smile:
 

Andrew Evans

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The best results I have found, got it from Nick, I use HD spray onto the fringes then brush them. I then use a hand tool to rinse them. I turn the psi down a bit as I don't want to cut them off.

I leave them to dry and seem to always get great results, but don't forget some are tea stained.

Hope this helps
 
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