Comfortable Wool Hook Carpet

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2000 M2 m²
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2000M2 Per Week m²/month

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Detailed Specification for Wool Hook Carpet:

 

 

Material

100%  wool

Pile Weight

1800-2400/sq.mt

Pile Height

6-10mm

Backing

Grey-white cotton with natural soft latex

Pattern

Customise pattern and various colors

Size

50x2000px/60x2250px/120x4250px//160x4250px/120x4500px/ 140x5000px/160x5750px/200x7500px or customized size.

 

 

 

 

Package for Wool Hook Carpet:

 

Each piece of rug be rolled up in an individual standard plastic bag.

 

 

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Q:I am currently in Afghanistan and need help picking out an oriental rug.?
Different region use different patterns. Smal knotts are good. the smaler the better. The pattern should be clearly visible in the back otherwise you have a machine knitted one
Q:Burned carpet??
You can fix it. The repair is called a carpet patch. What is done is the burned area will be cut out completely so all you see is the carpet padding. Then you take a piece of carpet from a closet and cut it to fit the hole, Then glue it in. It is more complicated than that of course, but it can be done. Some carpet cleaners can do it or an installer can do it but ask if they have done them before. Note: if the carpet in the damaged area is worn you will have a visible difference between the worn carpet and the new carpet, but it should look better than a burn.
Q:carpet question???????
First you do not need to put chlorine in with the water. The black paper ( is that what it looks like?) could just be something that was used to even out the floor's surface. Forget the knives and scratching! Adhesives ( glues) are sometimes soluble with water.. Sometimes with heat - you heat the glue moderately with perhaps a steam iron or a hair dryer, the glue will loosen enough to pry back the carpet. Otherwise- and this is totally out of range of my experience- solvents are sometimes used. I would not recommend using any kind of flammable solvent. Instead of knives find a wide putty knife to help lift the carpet off the tiles, this will get a larger area up off the tiles and will not scrape or gouge the tiles nor is it likely to slip and cut you. And you can get one for a few dollars. Work a little at a time- maybe it will take you a day or two- and wear safety glasses when you pull up the carpet because it is easy to get a small carpet fiber into your eye and it is a pain to get it out!
Q:how do you get dried candle wax out of a carpet?
Get some good quality plain white paper towels and grab your iron. Put several layers of towels over the wax and iron away. it will take the wax out but if it was a red candle you may still have a light pink stain. I suppose you could try a bit of spray cleaner with bleach IF it is a light colored carpet.
Q:How many types of horse rugs?
Is he coming with any rugs? See what he has before making any purchases. In terms of types, it depends on whether he is going to be field kept, stable kept, on a combined system and if he will be clipped in the winter. It also depends on the individual - some horses feel the cold more than others. It also depends on the storage space you have at the yard. My Connemara is on a combined system (in at night, out during the day) and has a hunter clip in the winter. These are the types of rugs he has: -Lightweight turnout -Middleweight turnout -Heavyweight turnout -Detachable neck cover for turnout rugs -Fly rug -Fleece coolers (we have a few of these as we like to keep one worn and the others clean for after bathing him when we are going competing) -Lightweight stable rug -Middleweight stable rug -Heavyweight stable rug -Duvet-type under rug -Summer sheet In the winter we layer rugs depending on the weather and the clip he has - he often starts with a blanket clip and once that starts to grow out, he has a hunter clip and requires more or different rugs. Rugs that are clean and not currently in use are left in the bags the cleaning lady put them in (we send rugs off to be cleaned a couple of times a year) and are stored in a wardrobe in a container provided by the yard we're on so they stay clean and dry. The rugs we currently use (fly rug, summer sheet, fleece, LW T/O) are hanging on racks in his stable - it may be summer, but the weather has no idea what to do so he is occasionally wearing a summer sheet or fleece at night. As for brands, it's trial and error. Our turnout rugs are Amigo and are about 12 years old and in excellent condition; our fly rug, under rug, summer sheet and one of the fleeces are Masta (again quite old - fly rug on its last legs though!); and his stable rugs all came with him. He did have two turnouts that came with him, but they got torn in the field - we tried patching them up, but they eventually died on us.
Q:How do I secure a bath rug on the floor from slipping?
No, that plastic securing stuff is great. Cut it a little bit smaller than the rug to keep it safely tucked under and it won't be exposed to water, therefore it won't mildew.
Q:How do I dye a wool rug border?
I have worked with Rit dyes quite frequently and although they are good dies for natural fibers, I am not sure painting a boarder will net the results you desire. First of all, the dye has to be mixed with salt. Because you will not be able to rinse and spin the dye out of he rug, that salt will just remain in your rug when the dye has dried. This may leave salt crystals in your rug along with making it quite stiff. And,because the dye is wet, it will certainly bleed outside of the boarders of the rug. Another problem is the dye bleeding onto the floor causing permanent damage. Even if you can jump over these obstacles, the dye will remain in the rug, full strength because it can not be rinsed and spun out, so it can easily transfer the color from the rug to your shoes to other areas of the house. And, heaven forbid, if the rug gets wet at a later date it will reactivate the dye and boy I will hear you cursing from here. So, you see, using this type of dying process is really full of challenges and there is too much to go wrong so I do not think it is worth the risk. However, there may be other dyes I am unaware of. Do an internet search on dyes and also rug dying to get some helpful hints and possible products that will net you the results you are after. I have lots of resources that I will check on and edit my answer if I get more information.
Q:How to totally remove dog hair on the carpet?
Adhensive tape, adhensive cylinder and cleaners all can remove dog hair.
Q:Do rugs help with shedding?
Hey, Well yes rugs do help with shedding there coats. There coats grow to there needs. So he may need more warmth then the pony. But it will come out as it needs to. Remember its a Natural thing so if its not shedding now it will with time. But yes rugs have help speed up the process in my horses. Anyway good luck and happy riding!!
Q:Advice on cleaning my carpet?
Trap or poison the mice, two people died last week from hantivirus somewhere in california, I believe. go to a supermarket and rent a carpet cleaning machine, use very little soap as soap residue is hard to remove, when left in the carpet it becomes a sticky dirt attracting magnet.
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1. Manufacturer Overview

Location Tianjin, China
Year Established 1984
Annual Output Value ¥10,000,000 - 20,000,000/year
Main Markets North America; Australia; European
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Nearest Port Xingang
Export Percentage 50%
No.of Employees in Trade Department 5 - 8 people
Language Spoken: English; Chinese
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Factory Size: 10000 square meters
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