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One of the most resilient materials used in rugs. Wool for rugs comes from various animals including sheep, goats, alpacas and even rabbits. New Zealand wool is considered the best for its durability whilst offering softness that only wool can. A pure wool rug does come at a price, probably the most expensive material and it is not as stain resistant as its manmade counterparts, but the pros outweigh the cons significantly. Wool mixes offer more durability and different textures and finishes.

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