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Do you use bleach when washing the carpets’ fringes?
ABSOLUTELY NOT. When one has finished washing the carpet, if it is too wet and it is left to dry on poles, the water tends to run down onto the fringes staining them yellow or even bringing colour with it. Those working in this way are forced to remove the stains with sodium hypochlorite, product that, if it is not neutralized, weakens the yarn in such a way that in a short time it disintegrates leaving the carpet without fringes.