How to Clean a Bearskin Rug?


To clean a bearskin rug, you should vacuum it first. You should also beat the rug to get out the extra dirt. Next, gently scrub the rug using a soft nylon brush, cold water and fur cleaner. Start brushing from one end of the rug, going along the grain. Dip your brush into the fur cleaner after each stroke of the brush. Dry the rug outside, preferably on a cool, dry day. Make sure to brush the rug often during the drying process.
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1. Choose faux fur in a color reflecting the sort of bear rug you want, like white for a polar bear or brown for a Kodiak bear. 2. Cut the fabric into six 2-by-2-foot squares. Lay
Knowing how to clean a bearskin rug will help you to save a lot of money. You will no longer have to deal with a dull bearskin rug because you do not want to pay to have it cleaned.
1. Fill your tub with cold water, and add a small amount of baby shampoo (a cap full or so) Ad. 2. Place your sheepskin in the tub fleece side down. 3. Hand wash gently and rinse.
You first use this powder they sell it at almost all stores they have Arm and Hammer rug cleaner you sprinke it on vacume it and then you take a housholder steam mop and steam it
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