Tuftex custom rugs with cloth border
Choose a design, choose a shape & size, choose your colors!
Finding the right area rug is like finding the perfect painting. They can be subtle or the statement piece to any space! Tuftex carpets of California make GORGEOUS custom area rugs that allow you to use cloth borders to bind the edges.
Pick any carpet in our showroom and we’ll have it bound to create your custom rug!
Dalyn is another company that customizes area rugs and makes it as easy as 1…2…3!
- Choose your design
- Choose your shape/size
- Choose your colors
Visit us today to create an area rug that is just as unique as your home!
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There are various ways to clean and maintain your hardwood or laminate floors. Our #1 go to product for cleaning hardwood and laminate is Bona. This product can be purchased essentially anywhere. And cleaning with this is as easy as 1—2—3!
- Vacuum, sweep, or dust mop area.
- Mist with Bona Hardwood Floor Cleaner
- Clean with a microfiber pad. Rinse pad regularly to avoid streaking
Bona is a great product that is a waterbased, non-toxic cleaner. Unlike all-purpose cleaners and oil soaps, Bona leaves no residue. Bona sells full mop and cleaning kits much like a swiffer but designed specifically for hardwood and laminate.
Nail Polish is a scary thing to spill on your carpets! Don’t fear, using basic household products, you can remove the nail polish in just a few steps!
What you will need:
- Rubbing alcohol
- Small brush
- Non-acetone nail polish remover
- Spray 15-20 pumps of hairspray directly on spot
- Follow with 3-5 small splashes of rubbing alcohol
- Use a small brush to scrub the stain for 1 minute
- Continue pouring cold water on the stain through the process
- Apply a non-acetone nail polish remover; continue using brush to break up stain
- Blot dry or vacuum to remove any excess liquid
Don’t let the fear of staining your carpet keep you from drinking wine! Follow these easy steps for removing red wine from carpet:
What you will need:
- Cloth or paper towels
- Baking soda
- Cold water
- Vacuum cleaner
Blot the stain as much as possible—DO NOT RUB.
Cold Water. Pour cold water onto stain to dilute. Continue blotting to absorb as much wine as you can.
Mix paste. Make a paste of one part baking soda to three parts water. Mix well and apply a generous amount to the stain. Leave the past to dry.
Once the paste is dry, vacuum it up. If residue is left behind, apply more water and vacuum again. Voilà!