MERAK: a desire for something, craving, wanting, enjoying, comfortable mood...
Kilim "Merak" got this name because it is a huge “merak” to own such an unusual and extraordinary kilim.
Traditional kilims are valuable family heritage and with proper use, your great-grandchildren can inherit them.
Kilims do not have a reverse side.
Kilims have up to 50 hand-woven loops per 1 square cm.
Depending on the pattern complexity, weaving 1 square meter can take up to three weeks.
Kilims are handmade products so slight variations are expected.
100% local wool from Serbia.
Our products are made from natural fibers and should be cared for accordingly.
Vacuum clean regularly.
Do not wash.Do not soak in water.
Do not use any chemicals to clean your kilim. If necessary use a mixture of cold water and vinegar and gently clean the kilim.
If something is spilled on it, press on with a cloth to absorb the liquid. For dried residue use a brush to scrub it gently and vacuum the loosen residue.
Turn around your kilim from time to time, to equalize wear.