The first thing to know is that wool rugs shed in the beginning, and that's totally normal. They shed because they're naturally made of fibers, so they can change the amount of fiber they're expelling. The good news is that it's not harmful to your health or home in any way—it's just part of the process!

If you want to reduce the amount of shedding in your rug, there are a few things you can try:

1-Clean your rug regularly (no soap). This will help remove dirt, dust, and oils from the surface of your rug. Of course, you should also vacuum regularly to keep up with this maintenance!

2-Buy a quality rug pad. This will help reduce the amount of friction between your feet and carpeted flooring (which leads to more shedding). It also helps protect against moisture damage if anything spills on it!

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