WoolSafe Approved: What It Means and Why It Matters
About the WoolSafe OrganisationIn 1791, William Sprague started the first woven carpet mill in the United States. His chosen carpet material? Wool. Although synthetic materials replaced wool's popularity in the 1950s, wool carpet remains on the market, especially for buyers who are shopping for sustainable carpet materials. Many imported rugs and carpets are woven from wool for durability. Because wool needs to be carefully maintained, the WoolSafe Organisation was born.
The WoolSafe Certification has been widely recognized throughout the world as the standard for carpet care for decades. The WoolSafe Organisation promotes best cleaning and maintenance practices for all carpet and rug materials, not just wool. The products they certify are considered to be among the best in the industry.
WoolSafe Approved products
milliCare has its own set of cleaning products, many WoolSafe Approved. In order for products to pass the certification process, they must pass a litany of performance and chemical requirements, including specific pH levels that will not damage carpet fibers and effectiveness that exceeds industry standards. Our WoolSafe Approved products are safe for carpets that require careful maintenance, like wool.
Why WoolSafe matters to you
As a facility manager, even if your carpets aren't wool, you can trust that milliCare's products are both safe and effective. Carpets made from wool or other quality fibers represent a substantial investment in your floor coverings, and WoolSafe certification is a reassurance that milliCare products can protect and maintain your investment. The continued renewal of our WoolSafe certification demonstrates our commitment to provide you with the highest quality of carpet care we can.
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