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A good laundry rug does more than just keep your feet warm and comfortable while doing laundry, it also makes your laundry room look like a well-planned, tasteful part of your house rather than a messy closet with a dryer in it. Who says laundry rooms can’t look amazing? Not us!
Miss Amara’s selection of rugs for laundry rooms is tasteful, stylish, and sourced from artisans around the world. Search for the perfect rug for your laundry room, knowing that we’ve gone above and beyond to bring you a rug that you’ll truly fall for. Plus, we offer free shipping on any rug, anywhere in America, and risk-free returns; this gives you peace of mind and a wonderful experience buying laundry rugs online.
How to Choose Laundry Rugs?
The material the rug is made of is probably the most important part of choosing a laundry rug. Since the laundry room is an environment with more moisture than most other rooms of the house, you’ll want to select a rug material that works well with moisture. We have a collection of jute rugs that work perfectly as outdoor rugs, kitchen rugs, or laundry rugs because the jute material handles moisture extremely well.
The risk of having a rug in a moisture-prone area, made of a material that soaks up moisture too easily, is pretty high. Moisture is one of the things that can cause the most long-term damage to area rugs, resulting in odors and deterioration over time. If you want to find the right laundry rug, we suggest choosing either jute or PET fibers. PET fibers are a synthetic material that is very stain resistant and handles moisture easily. It’s environmentally friendly, made from recycled plastic bottles, and is very durable and doesn’t stain easily. Buying a laundry rug online gets a lot simpler when you know what materials are best for laundry rugs, and that is jute and PET fiber materials.
Where to buy laundry rugs?
Buying rugs online, or even in a store for that matter, is a pretty tricky process. It’s hard to know if you’re getting a good price, or if the rug you choose will look good in your home. It can feel like a real minefield, and that’s where we come in. Miss Amara knows exactly what it’s like to feel annoyed and overwhelmed by rug shopping, so we’ve dedicated our business to changing the way people buy floor rugs forever. If you’re looking to find a new rug for your laundry room, we can help! Whether you search by color, like grey rugs, white rugs, or by your favorite style, like Morrocan rugs, we are here to help every step of the way. We can provide expert styling advice to help you choose a laundry rug easily. Not only that, you can try a rug in your home, risk-free, for up to 30 days!
How to clean laundry rugs?
Cleaning laundry rugs is a fairly straightforward process. Similar to other rugs, you’ll want to use a rug pad and vacuum often. In the case of a laundry rug, here are two pieces of advice that will help you maintain your laundry rug and make it last for years to come!
First, pay attention to the amount of moisture that your laundry rug is collecting. Since the laundry room is a higher-moisture area, the rug might pick up moisture that won’t dry quickly enough, perhaps most especially with braided rugs, which are luxurious but may hold onto moisture. So, once in a while, it will be smart to hang your rug over a railing to let it dry out a bit. This will ensure that moisture doesn’t build up slowly over time, something that can seriously damage a rug!
The second piece of advice is specific to jute rugs, which are a great natural fiber for laundry rugs. Since jute is a bit tougher and more rigid than other rug fibers such as wool, it might be a smart idea to get a rug beater. Rug beaters are a very old-school, traditional tool used to get dirt and dust out of rugs. A rug beater will be a bit rougher than a vacuum, which could fail to grab all the dust out of a jute rug.
How much does laundry rugs cost?
Buying a rug is a pretty huge investment. It’s similar to buying a mattress; a rug is something that will add value to your life, every day, for years. As such, a quality rug isn’t usually the cheapest thing in your home. This is due to the work and expense that goes into crafting a rug that will last a long time and fit your personal decor tastes.
Laundry rugs at Miss Amara are very affordable! You can find a laundry rug that fits your budget, and your style, easily within our range of options. Since Miss Amara is a 100% online business, we can cut down on costs that brick-and-mortar stores have and give you finely crafted rugs at affordable prices. But we don’t stop there- we deliver every one of our rugs for free, anywhere in America! That cuts way down on the investment by preventing you from dealing with hefty bulk item shipping expenses!