Caring for your Sisal Rug

Our range of Sisal rugs are strong, durable and hardwearing. Being finished with a tape border makes them beautiful, yet so practical for any high traffic areas in your home. Sisal would be ideal for hallways, playrooms, kitchen, conservatories, living rooms and dining rooms.


Regular vacuuming with a strong brush-suction is all that is needed for daily care of sisal and seagrass carpets. The beater-type cleaner is not as effective due to the weave. The strong suction of the vacuum pulls out the fine dirt which has accumulated between the fibers.

Spills & Stains:

Sisal is super absorbent and will hold onto liquids. If a wet sisal rug doesn't dry completely, it can develop mould and mildew so it's important to use as little water as possible when cleaning. If your sisal rug does end up getting wet, allow it to dry completely before placing it back on the floor.

Follow these steps for how to dry clean your sisal rug:

1. Begin by sprinkling baking soda or corn flour on top of the rug.

2. Leave the powder to sit on the rug for about one hour in order to absorb all the dirt.

3. Shake the rug to remove excess powder.

4.Afterwards, use the upholstery brush to vacuum the rug.

Rug Grip:

Due to the latex backing, these rugs don’t need any underlay adding.