For a really
safe nursery rug you should choose a 100% wool rug
-- But why is this?
Nursery rugs are a great way to create a new and exciting
theme for your child's room. Wool rugs are a popular choice
as the natural fibers are inherently stain and fire resistant,
which has the advantage that no potentially harmful chemicals
are applied to the rug during it's manufacture. For a really
safe nursery rug, in addition to choosing a wool rug, make
sure that any backing material is also made of natural materials
such as jute, and that any non slip material is 100% natural
Nursery rugs will take a lot of wear and tear during their
life. Spilled food and drink, as well as the normal range
of childhood games and activities can quickly make their mark.
For a good wear resistant rug, choose a quality wool rug with
a pile of less than 1/3 of an inch. This will resist any early
signs of wear, as well as making a fantastically smooth surface
for the latest radio controlled car.
Nursery rugs are available in a huge selection of colors,
shapes, materials (both synthetic and wool rugs) and designs,
with frog rugs and fish rugs being some of the most popular.
To see the vast range of children's area rugs available today,
take a visit to one of the many specialist online merchants,
and see what they have to offer.
October 22nd, 2004
By: Paul Goodwin
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