|Coverage Area (sq. ft)||8836.0||Pile Height (in.)||0.25 in|
|Product Length (in.)||94.0 in||Product Thickness (in.)||0.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||94.0 in||Shape, Exact W x L||7'10" Round|
|Backing Material||Latex||Cleaning Instructions||Garden hose|
|Construction||Machine-Made||Features||Stain Resistant, Water Resistant|
|Flooring Product Type||Outdoor Rug||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor, Outdoor|
|Location Type||Bathroom, Bedroom, Classroom, Deck, Dining Room, Entryway, Garage, Kids Bedroom, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Living Room, Nursery, Office, Patio, Playroom, Retail Store, Warehouse, Workshop||Material||Polypropylene (100%)|
|Origin||Imported||Pattern||Abstract, Floral, High-low|
|Pile Height||Medium Pile||Recycled Materials (%)||0.0|
|Rug Weight (lbs.)||17.0||Shade Type||Light|
|Shape||Round||Style||Contemporary, Modern, Transitional|
|Theme||Beach, Nautical, Novelty, Seasonal, Tropical||Weave Type||Loomed|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 Year|
A: Are outdoor rugs resistant to mold and mildew? Typically, outdoor rugs are created from material that’s resistant to mold and mildew. However, it’s still best to thoroughly air-dry rugs after washing or after heavy rains to make sure moisture isn’t trapped under the rug or between the fibers. Moisture can combine with trapped dirt in the rug and cause mold or moss to crop up, which is why regular cleaning is important. If you do find any mildew or fungus, you can get rid of it by spot cleaning with a vinegar-water mixture. Bleach is usually effective for removing growth such as mildew or moss, but make sure to check with your rug manufacture to see if this will damage the rug's color. Test a small section of the rug's corner first, before using bleach on the rest of the rug. Clean the rug on a driveway or other location where you can divert any run-off away from plants or grass. Using a rug pad will help avoid moisture build-up, but you should still regularly check under the rug to make sure it's properly dried and ventilated.
A: additional colors include: Taupe Grey Ivory Beige
A: The rug will be ruined over time. I have had this rug for a little over a year, the red color started changing about six months in. The other colors are pretty much the same. I think it it rain and sun that changes the rug. However, it appears the red wears more than any other color.
A: No, not at all. It holds up perfectly.
A: I’ll be brutally honest…. These rugs will hold up in rain, for the most part. I bought the 9x11, a 5x7, and the 7” circular rug, all of this same pattern for my back patio. And, on EVERY single one, the red color faded horribly. To not have to be forced to buy brand new again, and luckily I was able to find an exterior fabric paint and we used it to paint over the red. I’m a tad dissatisfied/disappointed in having to do this. But such is life. Again, they will hold up in the rain…. But expect the red to fade fairly quickly, after just one summer.
A: I dont see why not. Doesn't have a rubber backing si rug would get damp w dew.
A: I would say yes you can put it on grass for a day or two. Extreme sun and water exposure for a long time will fade the rug. Ours took a very long time to fade, but still looks great honestly.
A: Yes you can put this rug on grass for a day or two.
A: Yes, but it is best on your floor.
A: Yes, but not without possibly causing some damage to your grass and rug! This rug looks beautiful when first bought but does not hold up well to the colors fading from exposure by the sun! I strongly recommend not to place this rug anywhere where the sun hits it or you will be sadly disappointed. Beautiful rug if used indoors only!
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