Sustainability comes in many forms, from ethical labor practices that give back to the surrounding community, to environmental protection - like zero-waste manufacturing or planting trees for each product sold.
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Recycling is a trend, and we love it! Consumerism is a huge problem today, and there are ways to combat the issue. Recycled materials help keep our landfills clean, and also saves energy, water and money.
Handmade products are made with love, they are unique, and created– just for you! Crafty people can create pretty much anything and adjust it to your needs and preferences.
The Palas Nomad Washable Rug was inspired by the nomadic culture of serving tea to guests on a welcoming rug at the entrance of their tent. It is a sign of hospitality and respect, so guests would sit on the rugs and listen to olden stories and music. The Palas Nomad Washable Rug by Lorena Canals was made to create that sense of community and family, bringing people together. It is handmade with inspiration and creativity and is non-toxic so you can rest assured that your family, especially the little ones, are safe and sound.
- Material: Pile: 97% cotton, 3% other fibers. Base: recycled cotton
- Handcrafted with care in India
- Machine Washable
- Non-toxic and complies with all quality and safety regulations for children. ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 18001 certified.
Dimensions: 31.4" x 47.2"
Machine-wash on delicate. Because the rug is made with natural fibers this may cause slight shedding for a while, especially after the first washes. This process will decrease over time, as the rug gets vacuumed (always on low to moderate suction mode). Remove spills immediately.
Absorb the spill with a clean, soft cloth by pressing firmly around the spill.
Folding wrinkles will gradually smooth after laying the rug on the floor allowing for the fibers to naturally adapt. However, you can put the rug in the dryer to speed up the process before first use.
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