Tufting is a manufacturing technique where the scale 1 pattern is transferred by hand onto a canvas stretched over a frame. The implantation of the wires, strand by strand, is carried out manually by a gun on the back of the canvas. This process requires expertise, mastery of gestures and in-depth knowledge of the materials.
Maintenance on a new carpet:
Use a very soft brush in the direction of the hair.
Brush the carpet moderately in the direction of the pile.
Do not use a vacuum cleaner for the first ten weeks.
Maintenance after first ten weeks:
Beater vacuum cleaner: check that the parts of the vacuum cleaner in contact with the carpet are perfectly polished
Hard brushes: permitted, with the exception of brooms or brushes made from rice straw, birch trees, etc.
Always brush/vacuum in the direction of the hair.
A thorough cleaning every five weeks depending on the degree of wear of the carpet will be more than sufficient.
It is imperative to use non-ionic surfactants operating at an almost neutral PH for cleaning.
For a deeper cleaning, contact a carpet cleaning specialist.
Stains: remove them as quickly as possible with a commercial stain remover* to prevent them from becoming impregnated.
*Avoid overly generous applications of solvent (Tetrachloride, Ether, etc.) so that they do not attack the latex coating of the backrest.