carpets for hotel and home use

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Product Description:

Wilton Carpet

Quick Details

  • Material: 100% Polypropylene

  • Style: Jacquard

  • Pattern: Cut Pile

  • Design: classic

  • Technics: Machine Woven

  • Use: Hotel, Commercial

  • Size: 25 x 4m

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • Repeat size: 100 x 200cm

  • Use: Commercial

  • design: double face fabrics

  • pattern: Jacquard

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:PP Fabricted Bags,loading capacity : 5000.00sq.m / 1 x 40FT FCL
Delivery Detail:30 days


Specifications

100% Polypropylene yarn ,
face to face carpet,
width 4m,
Bar, conference room,
hotel guest room usages,

Product name: Machine woven wilton carpet


Surface Material:

100% PP

Construction:

Heat set Cut Pile

Yarn Count:

3,050Dtex

Density:

320x420 etc

Pile Height:

8mm±0.5mm

Pile Weight:

1200g/sqm

Backing:

Polyester Jute Backing / Felt Backing / Imported Latex Backing

MO-Quantity:

300sqm

Packing Details:

Yellow Elegant Wilton Carpet with polybag wrapped

Area of Suitability:

Heavy Commercial Use





       

 

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Q:Carpet laying method
Q:How do I prevent my lightweight cotton rug from sliding on a hardwood floor?
Yes they do, but I don't know what there called, there at bed bath and Beyond, wall mart, maybe home depot too, there like a rubber material that goes under the rug and prevents it from moving. All different sizes.
Q:Will long-term use of carpet mites grow?
Human exposure to dust mites can cause dust mites and their metabolites to come into the body. These are very strong allergens that can cause allergic asthma, rhinitis and other diseases. And live mites will also sleep at night to bring metabolites to your skin pores, causing allergic dermatitis and so on.
Q:Cat scratching my oriental rugs!?
Heck yes she can damage them. If they are that old and valuable, either take them up, or put them into a room where she cannot get into.
Q:vacuum carpets?
I vacuum on Mondays and Fridays and use carpet fresh about once a month.:)
Q:what is the meausure of RUG?
Rugs are measured by length and width, and by the height and density of he fibers in their nap.
Q:What is the function of the far infrared function of the electric carpet and floor blanket?
Far infrared function the main role is the role of physical health!
Q:best way to get glue and paint out of carpet?
Depends upon what kind of glue and what kind of paint, If you know or not, try Googling to find out. For glue there's water, vinegar, or peanut butter. For paint, there's water, goo-gone, and other chemicals and stuff.
Q:What to clean my carpet with....I have ferrets..?
Any way you look at it, stuff like vinegar and baking soda seem the way to go. Use separately. If you have a steamer/extractor, run vinegar instead of carpet cleaner. You might also do some research to see if borax can be used with these machines, and if it is safe for carpets. Between uses, shake baking soda on dry carpet and allow to sit, and then vacuum it up. This is natural stuff that won't harm your ferrets. At the same time, they are powerful deodorizers that can handle the ferrety urine-y smell even when housebroken...as well as any occasional litter problems that they have. These items don't leave a lingering smell behind. Baking soda doesn't have a scent at all, vinegar has a whang but it dissipates easily as your carpet dries. Most important is that these are not chemical fumes that are toxic, even if overwhelming. As you know, you need to keep your ferrets bathed so they don't stink. And you may eventually decide to replace your carpet with something that is easier to clean.
Q:Carpet Remnant and Binding Basics?
You bind an edge on carpet when you are trying to use it as a free lay throw rug. It keeps it from unraveling. There are several methods but extremely hard for a Do-It-Yourselfer to do on a piece THAT SIZE. An 8x10 carpet was cut or intended to go into a full room (probably a bedroom). The normal installation with pad would have stretched it to an edge strip called a stretcher' or nailer. In commercial / office, it would probably have been glued directly to the subfloor. Carpet is made by looping the dyed color strands thru a woven jute (usually jute) grid. Once the grid is cut to fit in a space there is nothing holding the jute from coming unwoven. Making a throw rug is the same until the edge where a bead is sewn onto the jute. It keeps the jute backing from unraveling. So, methods: 1. you can take it to a carpet shop and they can sew in the binder bead for you. 2. you can try running a stitch around the edge yourself. You'll need a carpet needle and some jute. It'll take you a week or so to stitch the edge. Before you do this, think about that bead. The raw edge of a carpet is not that pretty. The bead looks tons better. Take a look next chance at the edge of a simple throw rug. 3. Years ago, I used to weave small (2' x 3') throw rugs. In that world, they used a rubber cement poured thickly onto the backing when it was totally upside down. It took a few days for it to thoroughly dry that thick. As small throw rugs, it bound the backing weave AND provided a skid resistence when it was turned back over in use. The problems with the rubber cement idea are going to be significant for a piece that size. Containment of the liquid gooey glue at the edge will be a real issue while you're pouring it. Being able to lay out something that size for a few days will be a problem. And, it doesn't last very long. Movement against the sub-floor will ball up the rubber cement. Personally, I'd seek out a carpet shop that could install the edge bead. Hope that all helps you. .

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