Greek key flatweave anti slip Blue Rugs

Product Code: OW 123
Material: 100% Polypropylene
Offer: Use Code "GET10" and get 10% Off
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60cm x 110cm (2'.0" x 3'.6")
60cm x 180cm (2'0" x 6'0") - Sold Out
60cm x 230cm (2'0" x 7'7") - Sold Out
80cm x 150cm (2'8"x 5'0")
120cm x 160cm (4'0" x 5'3") - Sold Out
160cm x 225cm (5'3" x 7'5") - Sold Out
Estimated Delivery: 3 - 5 Working Days.
  • Description
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  • Rugs Care

The Greek Key Flatweave Rugs collection at the Rigs City is a range of oriental flatweave masterpieces. They are woven to perfection for an ideal vintage and traditional appearance. Our collection of Greek Key Flatweave is inspired from the natural looking sisal rugs, made of a flatweave pile of 100% polypropylene. 

The simply designed durable coir features an anti-skid gel support to prevent slipping. It makes this sisallook Greek Key Flatweave collection a perfect choice for high foot traffic areas such as utility rooms, kitchens, andhallways. They can be a perfect addition to a sunny room or a conservatory. These rugs are designed to be hard wearing, long-lasting and reasonably priced to offer a great value for your money. 

The classic Greek Key pattern design used in these beautiful rugs collection is approximately thousand years old. It provides your space with a completely fresh look, fashioning a vivid ground for your room. Our Greek Key Flatweave Rugs collection is available is a range of smart coloursand warm tones including red, grey, black, beige and natural brown, truly highlighting the Greek Key pattern. Runners are also separately available in the same colourand design. 


It's important to us that you're happy with your The Rugs city purchase. If you're not totally satisfied you can return it within 14 days. We will give you a full refund by the same method as your original payment for products that are returned with proof of purchase in new and unused condition and, if possible, the packaging 

We recommend returning your item via a reputable courier who will collect the item from your address and deliver it back to us. You are responsible for return cost. As a guideline an average size rug  (120 x 180cm) can be returned for approximately £9 using a courier such as  Interparcel . upstoday or MyHermes.


If you would like to exchange your item for a different design or size please follow our normal returns procedure above, but just mention in your email to us that you wish to arrange an exchange. Once we recieve your item back we will then contact you to arrange the exchange and despatch of your new item.

Caring for your rug
We recommend routine care and cleaning to keep your rug looking as new and lasting longer. Below we have provided a brief outline on how to clean and manage stains and spillages.
Generally we recommend to vacuum your rug gently on a weekly basis to remove any surface dirt and dust. Avoid vacuuming tassels or fringes as this could cause permanent damage. Rotate your rug frequently to avoid any bleaching from prolonged sun exposure.


Shaggy Rugs:
When vacuuming shaggy pile rugs we recommend using a small nozzle attachment on your vacuum to prevent damaging the pile.


Wool Rugs:
A common characteristic of wool rugs is shedding, this is when the fibres come away from the rug. This is a natural and common feature of wool rugs, not a manufacturing fault. Gentle, regular vacuuming will take care of this and ensure your wool rug will last longer. Extra care should be taken when looking after your wool rug, spillages should be cleaned immediately (see below) and avoid over wetting when cleaning.


Spillages and Stains:
1. Spillages should be attended to immediately. Use an absorbent clean cloth to soak up the liquid.
2. Apply luke warm water to the area and blot (don't rub) with a clean cloth until the stain is removed. Avoid over wetting of the area as this can cause permanent damage. This process may need to be repeated several times to remove the stain.
3. For solid stains such as chewing gum or wax remove this first then repeat step 2.
A mild soap or detergent can be used to remove difficult stains, but this should be tested on a inconspicuous area first.


Stain Cleaning Treatment 
Chewing gum: Freeze using ice, shatter gum, vacuum, warm water & detergent 
Wine: Talcum powder then warm water & detergent 
Alcohol: Warm water & detergent 
Most Makeup: Dry cleaning solvent then warm water & detergent Urine: Warm water & detergent then white vinegar & water 
Blood: Warm water & detergent 
Vomit: Warm water & detergent then dry cleaning solvent 
Butter: Dry cleaning solvent then warm water & detergent 
Wax: Freeze using ice, shatter gum, vacuum, dry cleaning solvent then water & detergent 
Shoe Polish: Dry cleaning solvent then warm water & detergent
For persistent and difficult stains, seek professional cleaning.