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1. Lay the rug over a fence so you have easy access to all of it. Then, using a hard bristled brush, you should remove all of the dirt, grass and any other debris from the rug.
2. You should then turn the rug inside out and lay it back over the fence and repeat the process to remove all of the sweat and hair.
3. Get a large bin and fill it with hot water and some non-bio soap. You should also add some non detergent soap. Detergents can end up hardening the proofing layer, which can cause it to peel off. You will then want to drop the entire rug into the bin. Use a clean broom to mix it around and beat it. Once you have done this you will want to leave it to soak.
4. Once the rug has soaked, you will want to remove it from the bin and lay it out on the floor. Once you have it flat, you should scrub it with a hard bristled brush or broom. This will remove any lasting stains.
5. When it comes to all of the straps and removable elements of your rug, you should remove them and place them in a special wash bag or a pillowcase. You can then wash them in the washing machine. You can always add some detergent to the wash to kill off bacteria and reduce odours.
6. Once you have washed your rugs, you should hang them up on a strong washing line or over a fence. You can hang them up using the breast straps over a pole. However, you must ensure that they are hung high enough so that they aren’t touching the floor.
7. You should always make sure that the rug is completely dry before you take it off its hanger. This is even more necessary if you are going to be storing the rug for a prolonged period.