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Kuba cloth is made from raffia, sometimes called grass cloth. It is not recommended kuba cloth be dry cleaned unless it is taken to a high quality cleaner who specializes in antique and fine fabrics.
Before cleaning test a small place using a mild detergent solution on a clean cloth. Very gently rub the cloth to check for any color change etc. Once this is done you may proceed with washing the fabric. Machine washing is not recommended.
Fill a basin with cool water and a mild detergent. Place the fabric in the water and soak
for a few minutes then swish in the water a few times. Any scrubbing must be very gentle and from the back side of the fabric. Rinse the fabric in cool water and pat with a
clean towel or cloth to remove excess moisture. Lay flat to dry, you can use weights to block the fabric.
If you need to iron the fabric use a pressing cloth and work from the back side. Do not use a hot iron and do not leave the iron in one place. Holding the iron a few inches away from the fabric using the steam feature can also steam the fabric.
Store kuba cloth either rolled, flat, or folded very gently and not stacked.
Your order will be delivered via DHL or UPS to your home within 3-5 business days after shipping.
We ensure the careful handling and safe delivery of our furniture, fragile and bulky items.
Returns are accepted for this product. All returns must be postmarked within fourteen (14) days of the delivery date.
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Today, Moroccan craftsmanship includes about 70 different trades. This ancestral way of life offers a diversity of creations and materials used: wood, copper, stone, iron, leather ...
Without this activity, thousands of families would be condemned to poverty which would mark the end of the extraordinary dynamism of the souks.
We are working with these artists to revive traditional art and give new life to those who have suffered the consequences of the economic and social issues of human societies.
Our priority is to further develop the weaving know-how and encourage the learning of our artisans in order to give them the means to achieve total financial independence for a happy and fulfilling life.
How are the artisans paid?
Rug making is a long process and constitutes an integral part of the Berber communities we operate in, therefore Benisouk stands as a guarantor to maintain a long-standing relationship with them. As custodians, we take our responsibility to support our artisans, their culture, their communities through the rug-making process and comply with any legal requirements for human and labor rights.
It is only right, as a leader in the trade of Berber handmade rugs, to give a fair remuneration. We always do our best to support our artisans and communities in a way that reflects the human spirit. That is why we are committed to re-invest at least 15% of our profits in the development of rural communities and provide additional subsidies that allow our artisans and their families to flourish financially and personally.