If you order a sisal rug, you may have to accept an additional delivery time of 2-3 working days. The reason for this is that the carpet is treated with an invisible protective layer against dirt. This is not 100% protection, but it has many advantages.
The most optional stain protection treatment gives you more time to wipe up spills before they become permanently embedded in the fabric.
Due to the protective layer, small dirt particles cannot penetrate so deeply into the material and are more easily absorbed by the suction power of the vacuum cleaner.
However, it is important to note that an eco-friendly anti-stain treatment can never be a complete protection for a natural fiber rug. It's just the nature of things. Nevertheless, the anti-stain treatment is a good way to protect your sisal rug from dirt and contaminants and to extend its life.
If you order a sisal rug with a stain protection treatment, you have to be patient as the additional treatment takes some time. But the waiting time is worth it, because your carpet will look nice and well-groomed for longer.
What happens during a stain protection treatment?
An anti-stain treatment is a special treatment applied to fabrics to protect them from stains and contamination. An invisible protective film is applied to the fibers that prevents dirt and liquids from penetrating the fabric immediately. The protective layer ensures that spilled liquids can still be absorbed if you react quickly.
In the stain protection treatment for sisal rugs, the protective layer is applied to the fabric to make it more resistant to dirt and contamination. The protective film forms a barrier on the surface of the carpet, preventing liquids and dirt particles from penetrating deep into the fabric. This makes them easier to vacuum or wipe off before they stain.
It is important to note, however, that an anti-stain treatment is never a complete guarantee against stains and contamination. It's just an extra layer of protection that can help make the fabric more resistant to dirt and contaminants. In the case of heavy soiling or stains, it may still be necessary to have the carpet professionally cleaned.