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Cleaning Navajo Rugs

navajocodetalkersadmin on May 23, 2014 - 10:00 am in Navajo Rituals

The Navajo native tribe relatively contributed and participated a lot in the development of the modern lives of the people living in the different areas and states in USA. The tribe of Navajo is one of the famous native tribes located in the Southwestern United States and areas. The tribe of Navajo is considered as the largest number of people who are acclaimed as native tribe in the different areas of United States of America. The estimated population of Navajo people is more than 300,048.

The native group of Navajo is using the independent governmental body in the United States of America. The tribe of Navajo manages the entire responsibility for the Indian reservation in the different areas in USA. As of the latest survey, it shows that Arizona is the area in United States of America where many Navajo tribe people are staying. It is estimated that there are more than 140,263 Navajo members who stay in Arizona and there are also 108, 306 Navajo members who live in the different areas of New Mexico.

Navajo native tribe is famous not just because of their culture, tradition and beliefs but also due to their loth weaving and rug making style. Navajo women usually do cloth and rug making so that they can also earn money. Navajo people use their own style of weaving cloth. The design of Navajo rugs and cloth are contemporary and unique. It is important that the Navajo rugs must be properly used to maintain its value and good design.

Cleaning Navajo Rugs and Maintaining Its Good Condition

Most of Navajo people have Navajo rugs in their houses and even those who are not member of Navajo native tribe use Navajo rugs. People usually use rugs as a design for their houses. It is important that you maintain the quality of your Navajo rugs. Here are some ways that can guide you cleaning Navajo rugs:

1. If your Navajo rug is on the floor then you can use carpet pad to be able to clean it.

2. You must see to it that you flip the Navajo rugs often so that you can avoid the color fading of your Navajo rugs.

3. You must regularly inspect your Navajo rugs for signs of infestation and damages caused by insects.

4. You can also use vacuum moderately to clean Navajo rugs. You must also clean the spill on your Navajo rugs immediately because quick cleanup of your Navajo rugs can reduce the chance that you’re Navajo rug will not obtain permanent stain.

5. You must avoid any prolong moisture to penetrate to your Navajo rug.

6. Urine stains of your dog or cat may relatively cause damage to your Navajo rug. It is better that you put your Navajo rug in a place where there is o cat or dog.

7. You must not allow that your Navajo rug will get wet and when it get wet make sure to dry it well in the shortest time as possible because if it is wet then it can easily absorb dusts.

8. Protect you Navajo rug against dusts and stains because it may cause damage to your Navajo rugs.

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