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SOME FACTS ABOUT COWHIDE RUGS

The Pictures you see on our site are of the actual COWHIDE RUGS that you will receive. That is why we photograph each individual cowhide rug and measure & provide its dimensions. Since cowhides are a natural product, no two cowhide rugs are ever identical. Each hide differs from another in size, color & hue, pattern and dimensions

Since a Cowhide rug is a natural product, every cowhide has a few scratches, or a fire brand, slight discoloration in places and / or some spots or blemishes. These are not defects but rather marks of authenticity of a hide that has been shaped by nature and not designed and manufactured in a factory.

Care and maintenance of hair-on cowhide rugs is simple and hassle free. The cowhide rug can be vacuumed from time to time to remove dust and loose hair. In case of any spillage on the hide, wiping with a wet cloth and a mild detergent should do the job. In very humid environments, it is recommended to lay the hide out in the sun once or twice a month.