A girl named Rachel says she is going to teach you how to clean a wool carpet. You take it outside, a good time is in the spring or in the fall. You take sudsy soap like a mild dish soap or mild laundry detergent. You first wet the run or carpet down with the hose. Once you have done that grab a sponge and get to work. Do not use a brush because it can catch in the wool. Use a sponge if you need more soap, add more soap and do this from top to bottom. If you have a larger wool carpet you can lay it on the ground. Once you have done that you should wash it off really well until there are no more bubbles. If you do this correctly you should only have to do it once or twice a year. Rachel demonstrated this outside and walked you through the steps of what you would need to do. She had good lighting and gave good information. Some of this seemed common sense but the part about not using a brush was a good idea, since most people would do this and ended of possibly ruining their carpet.