How To Clean a Rug With Snow — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Leave it to hang for 20-30 minutes to allow the snow to sublimate. The snow will go from it’s solid phase to vapor without actually getting the rug wet. Beat the snow all around the rug with the flat side of the broom. 3. Snowvember is upon us here in the midwest and I’m trying to make the most of it. Shake as much excess snow off the rug as you possibly can before hanging it over a railing or clothesline. For best results try this in dry, powdery snow. Stay away from chemical detergents by using nature’s cleanser, snow! Let the snow sit on the rug for 15-20 minutes before flipping it over and repeating steps 1-3 on the other side. 5. After hearing about the magical cleaning powers of snow, I laced up boots, grabbed a recently purchased hand-woven rug and headed outside. Lay the rug in 3″-5″ of snow, give yourself a large area to work in. 2. Hang outside and let acclimate to the temperature for at least a half hour. Instructions


Updated: 30.11.2014 — 03:13