Bamboo poles need a minimal amount of seasonal maintenance following these suggested tips and developing a schedule is the best way to protect your bamboo poles so they can last for decades under our harsh African climate.Read More
Sisal is a natural fibre and can successfully be dyed. On a scale of 1 to 10 (10 being Silk), Sisal fits into the dye fastness category of about 5-6, therefore accepting a colour fastness of any cold colour dye which means that if challenged it may lose some of its colouration. Seagrass being 1 which will not accept a dye. Therefore our manufacturers recommendations are not to clean Sisal but rather to maintain and care for the rug.
As these are natural fibres they will tend to absorb liquids. If a spill becomes a stain then it may be difficult to remove. The trick is removing the spill before it becomes a stain. Generally coffee, wine and animal urine are the 3 most common culprits.
WHEN THE SPILL OCCURS
Quickly fetch an absorbent towel and mop up as much of the liquid as possible until fairly dry
Flood the affected area with water so it dilutes the stain and keep mopping with absorbent towel until all of the spill is removed
Use a hair dryer to dry the flood stained area, circling around from the outside to the center so a water mark does not appear
Once dried, there may still be a slight discolouration but the original dark spill should not be noticeable
Keeping your Strand Woven Bamboo Flooring clean is important for the long term maintenance and protection of your investment.Read More
Bamboo flooring is harder than most hardwood floors however should any scratches develop from continued daily use it can in most cases be repaired without professional assistance. Follow our guide and recommendations here to repairing these scratches to your Bamboo flooring.