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Sheepskin Rugs Frequently Asked Questions


Sheepskin rugs are a natural product so we don't recommend that you wash them. If you spill something on your rug, place a clean cloth over the top to blot away the liquid. For mud and dirt, resist the urge to wash away or scrub. Instead, let it dry and then take your rug outside and shake or brush off the dried dirt using our sheepskin rug brush. Remember to vacuum your rug regularly to get rid of dust and any debris such as food crumbs.


We don't recommend that sheepskin rugs be washed. If you spill something on your rug , we suggest placing a dry kitchen towel or a clean cloth over the liquid to gently soak up the excess liquid. If you notice mud or dirt, leave it to dry and then brush off using a sheepskin rug brush, shake it firmly outside.


If muddy feet or paws have left marks on your sheepskin rug, wait for it to dry out completely before gently brushing it off. If possible, take the rug outside and then give it a good shake to get rid of any remaining dried dirt. You can also gently brush out any dried mud using a specialist sheepskin rug brush.


If your sheepskin rug begins to look a little flat, you can restore it to its fluffy glory by brushing it. Use our sheepskin rug brush for best results. Simply brush gently to add volume and thickness.


It’s not recommended to tumble dry your sheepskin rug as this will shorten the rug’s lifecycle by drying out the skin, leading to warping and cracking. Instead, dry your sheepskin rug naturally in indirect sunlight.


Avoid drying your sheepskin rug on a radiator as the heat will cause the skin to dry out, leading to cracks and warping. Instead, lay your rug flat on a clothes horse and leave it to dry in indirect, natural sunlight.


If you’ve spilt something on your sheepskin rug, do not use bleach to remove the stain, as it will irreparably damage the natural fibres.


When cleaning your sheepskin rug, it’s best to do so using cool water, preferably no warmer than 30°. Using hot water will cause shrinkage, which will ruin your sheepskin rug.


We do indeed! Our bespoke sheepskin rug service allows you to choose a specific wool type, colour, and size, so that you can order a custom sheepskin rug that’s perfect for your space.


Yes, you can. If you head over to our bespoke sheepskin rug page, you’ll find that you can customise your sheepskin rug by choosing the exact colour and size you require.


Whether you’re the proud owner of a cat or a dog, you can guarantee that your pet will enjoy the soft comfort of a pet sheepskin rug. We have a variety of sizes available, so that you can make a choice depending on the size of your pet.


It’s perfectly safe for your baby to sleep on a sheepskin rug, up until the point when they learn to roll over. After that, they should only be used during supervised play time and tummy time, or in push chairs.


With proper care, your natural sheepskin rug can last for many years. The durability and high-quality materials used in sheepskin rugs make them a worthwhile investment for your home.


Yes! Natural sheepskin rugs are durable and can withstand heavy use, making them a great choice for high-traffic areas.


Authentic sheepskin rugs will have a soft and pliable texture, and a distinct natural appearance with variations in colour and texture. You can also look for a label indicating that the rug is made from natural sheepskin.


To store your natural sheepskin rug, it should be kept in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. You can roll it up or fold it carefully, but avoid storing it in a plastic bag or airtight container, as this can damage the rug.


If you have a sheepskin rug and would like to refresh it, you can air it outside, provided it’s a dry day. You can drape your rug over a chair, hang on the line or lay flat on an outdoor table.