Antique tapestry – If you have an antique rug you may consider it to be very valuable. Proper care and maintenance should be important to you. Depending on the age of the rug, there are some things you can do to preserve it. Most old antique tapestries have flaws and holes.
The most successful way to fix it is to replace the outdated warps and weft threads to reweave. An easier method is to attach the patch to the back and mending holes. One disadvantage of this is that the patch is likely to shrink or withdraw if the rug washed. Due to the fact that antique tapestry mounted on the wall does not have to endure the same abuse carpet or sit-plated. Therefore, it must require far less maintenance. Dust the front and rear of your rug once or twice per year, with the upholstery attachment of your vacuum, maintenance should be adequate for most.
However, if you feel you need to clean up antique tapestry you, you should have it professionally dry cleaned if it is very old and valuable. There are some rugs that can be washed at home by using a mild soap and warm water. However, you should not take risks with the tapestry that is very valuable to you. Tapestry is textile and it is subject to fading because each textile strength. Decades may pass before fading seen happen in some environments.