Refringing Rugs

 

Fringes are skeleton of Your Rug and they are often made from white cotton, wool or silk and extend the length by a few centimeters at each end and each individual tassel that you grab in your hand runs through the middle of the rug all the way to the other end, emerging as another individual tassel on the opposite end of the fringe, they are knotted and contain a tight twist to an open end. This type of construction and fiber content combine to make rug fringes susceptible to damage and wear. Indeed, both of these characteristics make rug fringes particularly difficult to clean and maintain.
Refringing Rugs