Why was a flying carpet racer banned from the competition?
He was caught using performance-enhancing rugs.
Oriental rugs will give remarkable service is treated with proper and careful consideration. Their two biggest enemies, apart from the inevitable destructive effect of wear, are moths and dampness. The former is best kept at bay by frequent moving or handling and by regular exposure to light and air. Remember, moths can cause considerable damage to Oriental rugs. If rugs must be stored, then inspection at regular intervals is essential. A carpet in use is rarely in danger of moths. Certain chemicals applications will render the wool inedible to moths. Dampness will in time rot the threads and destroy the fabric but it can be avoided by obvious means. Try to keep wet items such as damp shoes, away from the carpet. Also, if there are any liquid spills or accidents dry them as quickly as possible.
“I’ve never seen such an incredible selection of beautiful rugs! The staff made my first purchase of an oriental rug fun instead of intimidating.”
– LADAONNA R.