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Description: Technique: Tufted Material: Nylon Origin: United States Non slip and bonded foam backing Bound on all four sides for natural border effect Care and Cleaning: Rugs should be cleaned with a mild detergent and water or cleaners developed for use ...
Description: Material: Wool Origin: India Construction: Handmade Collection: Wilderness
Description: Features: Technique: Tufted. Material: Nylon. Origin: United States. Non slip and bonded foam backing. Bound on all four sides for natural border effect. Care and Cleaning: Rugs should be cleaned with a mild detergent and water or cleaners developed for ...

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