Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

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200 m²
Supply Capability:
50000 m²/month

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Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

FOB Price:

US $ 11 - 20 / Square Meter

MOQ:

200 Square Meter/Square Meters

Supply Ability:

50000 Square Meter/Square Meters per Month

Port:

TIANJIN

Payment Terms:

L/C,T/T, Western Union

Quick Details of Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

  • Material: 100% Polyester

  • Style: shaggy carpets

  • Pattern: shaggy

  • Design: Modern

  • Techniques: woven

  • Use: Bathroom, Bedroom, Commercial, Decorative, Home, Hotel, Prayer, Toilet, Floor

  • Size: any size

  • Model Number: SUN0854 shaggy rugs

  • Type: Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

  • Material: 100% Polyester

  • Color: any color

  • Design: Modern design

  • Pile weight: 2300-3600g/sqm

  • Pile height: 2.5-175px

  • Back: canvas back

  • OEM: acceptable

Packaging & Delivery of Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

Packaging Details:

roll up and put into the poly bag

Delivery Detail:

35-40 DAYS

 

Description of Carpets with Reasonable Price Customized

Name

Carpet Wall to Wall Hand Tufted High Qualified

Style No.

SUN0854

Material

100% polyester

Pile height

From 2.5 to 175px

Pile weight

From 2300g to 3600g/sqm

Size

Any size

Color

Any color 

Designs

Solid color or simple design

Rug back

Canvas latex back

Back colors

White or grey

Yarn

thick yarn, thin yarn, thick yarn & thin yarn mixed available

 

 

 

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Q:looking for a lab to analyze contents of carpet?
Good heavens, that's strange. Did you buy this carpet yourself, or was it already there? Do you know what the material is? I have lived in five houses with wall-to-wall carpeting and have never, ever seen that. If you can't find out what the material is on the phone, then take a piece of it to Home Depot or a specialty carpeting store or someplace like that and get some help. If you have major problems with this, I would call your local television news station and get them interested in a faulty product story. This might pressure the carpeting manufacturer to pay some attention to your issue. One final note though: whoever owned the carpet before you might have applied some kind of product to the carpet which is causing its detioration. Good luck.
Q:Why do carpets come under the sofa and tea table?
This is the place which the personnel often take, besides the decoration, but also has the protection floor function. And now the carpet cleaning solution is very convenient. You can get carpet treatment from the carpet cleaning company.
Q:About how much would it cost to re-carpet my room?
we need to know how much the carpet is.
Q:Help! Bathroom rugs yellowed my floor! The rugs have latex back which left yellow stains on my white floor.?
Yellow Bathroom Rugs
Q:Mysterious carpet stains strike again-.-?
Treating any carpet stain depends on what your carpet is made of. If it's wool or another natural fiber, it will be harder to treat these stains. If it's synthetic (most wall-to-wall carpet falls into this category), you may have an easier time. A diluted solution of brake cleaner, which contains the same chemicals that professional dry cleaning incorporates, will work to remove most food stains. This is a nasty chemical, and you have to consider whether you want the fumes in your house -- but it will do the job better than off-the-shelf carpet cleaning products. Whatever solvent you try, the method is to blot up as much of the stain as you can, wet it (with water or a cleaning solution), and blot some more. Don't rub, as this will abrade the carpet fibers and work the stain in deeper. I would try plain water on the shampoo stain before anything else. For the nail polish on the floor -- depends on what kind of floor surface you are talking about. You might try applying a non-acetone nail polish remover *just* to the polish spot, with a Q-tip. Avoid using an acetone-based remover (will damage almost any surface). If your floor is vinyl or laminate (engineered faux wood), you may have better luck trying to gently scrape it off with a table knife. Finally, if you have wall-to-wall carpeting, a professional carpet steaming service is a pretty good buy for the kind of results you get (and the work you save yourself). Consider spending a couple hundred bucks and skipping all the work. Good luck!
Q:How do I stop my cat from peeing on the rug?
Last year my beautiful Manx cat Theodore went out for the evening and never came back. I love cats and the house didn't feel the same without one, so I picked up Lola from a rescue centre. She was very frightened and would pee all over the house. I found Cat Spraying No More� on the internet and the techniques worked almost immediately. I haven't had a problem with Lola since. Amazing! Can't stop your cat peeing in the house? Then worry no more...
Q:Need help with carpet bubbles.?
Hi, former floor covering business owner here-yes you can purchase carpet glue and a syringe from Home Depot, Lowes, possibly Menards. If you are unable to find it there ask a local carpet store if they would sell you some. Tell them it is in a commercial area and is a safety hazard. They generally do not want to do the carpet repair for you and consider the job too small, and if they did they would charge a large labor fee. It could be that the surface (debris left on floor)the glue was originally placed on was not prepared properly or the environmental conditions(too cold, too hot) were not favorable. Also,perhaps the glue or carpet was defective. We were surprised to receive so many defective products and carpet and constantly found that we would have to consult our area representative to rectify customer complaints. Hope this helps............
Q:How to get Ashes out of carpet?
You should have not gotten it wet. You should have vacuumed it up right away. There is no real way to get that out of the carpet now. I have tried. I did the same thing. Spilled an ash tray, brushed off as much as i could, then used resolve. I still have the stain. nothing helped. Sorry :(
Q:What is best for removing nail polish from carpet?
ok...I had a similar difficulty..same carpet color...my daughter spilled a buncha outstanding pink polish.... Remover worked on a number of it...yet not all of it. i eventually talked a dry cleanser into promoting me slightly bottle of dry cleansing answer. It took numerous tries making use of a sparkling washcloth/cotton rag each and each and every time, notwithstanding it did come out, and did not harm my carpet.
Q:Bleach in my carpet!?
Sorry the damage is done, you can cover it with throw rugs or do a carpet puzzle piece. By that I mean cut a piece of carpet from a closet, cut the stain out(same size and shape). Piece in the new piece. Be sure you have carpet tape and an iron. If your afraid to try this yourself a carpet company will do it for you. Won't even know anything has happened.

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