The in-house wash plant can accommodate carpets as large as 15×24 feet (4.5m x 7.2m). Washing is conducted with great care, with special attention to the fastness of dyes and the stability of structure. The washing agent is a neutral synthetic detergent which is later removed by throrough rinsing of the carpet. The carpets are hung on a bar to dry at moderate, controlled temperature. Besides the craftsmanship of its weavers, one of the most important aspects of restoration at has to do with dyes: the dyeing process itself and the selection of the dyed wool.