Every room in your house can benefit from the inclusion of floor rugs. In the bathroom tile or linoleum floors can be particularly slippery when wet. Rugs can help to absorb water and thereby prevent floors from becoming wet and slick. Something as simple as a rug placed intelligently next to the bathtub can save you from injury when getting out of a bath or shower. A rug that saves you from a single slip or fall has more than paid for itself. In the dining room, a rug placed underneath your dining room table can prevent the scratches to your floor than can occur from frequently moving your dining chairs in and out from under the table.
The use of rugs has been recorded since the earliest days of our ancestors. They have been in use since the dawn of civilization itself. Archeologists found remnants of crudely woven reed rugs that early men were using. As their knowledge expands, they were able to discover other materials that ca be made into rugs, too. Animal hides were excellent rugs, too. A Russian archeologist was responsible for discovering the oldest surviving floor rug. It was found accidentally while they were excavating an ancient burial site in 1949. The carpet, known as "Pazyryk", dates back to the 5th century BC. It also drew a lot of attention because of its exceptional design.
Since floor rugs are usually on the floor, where they are used for practical and decorative purposes, they are bound to accumulate dust, stains, grime, sand, various liquids and other particles gradually over time through daily use. Because of this, you should make it a point to clean the rugs in your home regularly, especially if you have a more expensive or delicate rug in your possession. Vacuuming is one way of cleaning your floor rugs and this is usually the most recommended method to use so as to prevent any unnecessary additional wear and tear. You should also rotate your rugs at least once every year to even out the wear on your rug when one area of it gets walked on more than another. Whenever transporting floor rugs, it is most recommended to have your rugs rolled and not folded, as folding them can permanently damage the rug and shorten its life.
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