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Product name Polyester Shaggy Carpet
Material100% polyester
Pile weight1500—3300g/m2
Height1.5 CM—3.5 cm
BackingGrey and White Back
Patternflower shape
TechnicsHand-tufted
ColorPink , purple, green, grey, yellow, orange, red
Size4' x 6' , 5' x 8' , 5' x 7' or OEM size
UseHome, hotel, commercial, office, floor
Place of originChina (Mainland)


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Payment terms1) 30%T/T in advance, 70% L/C at sight      2) 30%T/T in advance, 70% before shipping
Delivery time30 days after receive your deposit or original LC
Packing detailscarpets rolled in separate plastic bags
Loading capacityone 20' container can hold about 2200sqm; one 40' GP container can hold about 4500sqm. One 40HQ container can hold about 5500sqm.
MOQ300 square meter of a design and a size

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Q:95 Chrysler Lebarron Carpet makeover?
yes carpet can be replaced on all vehicles. You can do it through the dealership or look in phone book for an auto upholstery shop. The dealer price will probably be a lot higher. You can do it yourself. I put carpet in a old car of mine a few years ago
Q:What do you think of this rug?
hey girl heeeeyyy that rug is bangin yo
Q:Hand made scrap rug?
cut your cloth scraps into long strips about 1 inch wide, sew ends together to make really long strips, sew 3 together at one end, attach that end to something and start braiding. when you get near the end of your strips, sew on some more strips and braid some more. Starting at the sewn end of your braid, tuck together and start a spiral sewing the edges of the braid to each other with button thread, keep going till it's the size you want. If you start folding a 3 - 8 inch length back on itself then keep going around, you will end up with an oval rug have fun
Q:Need opinions on carpet and tile bids?
The cost of the tile can vary from .99--? If you are happy with the $7 a square foot, then that is fine. I paid for my tile and then paid 3.50 a square foot for installation. I don't understand the extra money you have to put out for materials? and then to pay labour separately? I would get some estimate from other places...unless this is for the prep work..then it would make sense if that was needed. I strongly suggest you get a written estimate from them and a couple more installers. I like to hire the installers from the place of tile purchase. I cannot help you on carpet..sorry..I have no experience with that.
Q:Should I bleach or rip up my carpet?
I work in flooring, and can tell you from vast experience that a carpet is a giant crud collector that lives on your floor. Bleaching carpet won't work and will damage the carpet (not that it sounds like that matters). If it were me, I'd tear out the carpet and pad. There will be tack strips (they hold the edges of the carpet in place) around the edges of the room. If you plan to recarpet, you could leave those, I would NEVER want to live with carpet again so I'd rip those out too. If you have a carpet company install carpet later, they'll have to put tack strips down again, but it doesn't cost much. Tack strips have very sharp points, so be careful working around them and be sure pets and kids can't hurt themselves on them. To pull up the carpet, grab a corner or edge with piers and pull straight up. This pulls the carpet off the tack. It's easier to handle demoed carpet if you use a contractor knife with a brand new blade to cut it into strips 3-6 feet wide, then roll it up and removed the rolls. You'll be really grossed out by all the crud in and under the carpet. A less expensive option than hardwood would be fiberglass core vinyl, which lays naturally flat and in heavier grades can be simply laid on the floor. Look for Flooring America's Naturcor Natural Grandeur line, very heavy duty and good looking. Not like normal, traditional vinyl, impervious to moisture, great surface for kids and pets.
Q:Spilled darkbrown nailpolish on grey rug?
pour a small amount of nail polish remover BLOT with an old towel or cloth...DO NOT rub!!! Repeat continue until it's gone. It may leave a slight stain, but this should do the trick
Q:Carpet recommendations?
We just purchased a new carpet for our home, I had never purchased one new before either. The one we got was a Mohawk brand with stain guard on it. Make sure the seller at the carpet place explains the yarn count to you too. This makes a big difference in carpet. Also when buying a padding for underneath the carpet, we bought a platinum one because of the high traffic here and we wanted a little cushion on the floors.
Q:How to get nailpolish off of carpet? ?
If it didn't go into the carpet, let it dry. If it is just lightly on the surface, you can take a razor blade and scrape it off after it dries. If you try to use nail polish remover, it will smear, spread, and make it look worse. The best thing to do on carpet is to try to remove it when it's dry and can be scraped or cut off. I slopped latex paint on my carpet. After it dried, I took thin shears and got just behind the dried paint and cut it away. Although nail polish is not a latex, I still think this is the best way to go. If you must try to use remover, try to get the dry polish off as much as you can first. Then with the remover, stay limited to just the area of the spill, so as not to spread it.
Q:How much can we expect to spend on carpet for about 900sf of carpet needed?
I've looked into this myself for my house. Check out Home Depot or Lowes, both have installation services. The maximum I saw there was around $4 a square foot installed. It really depends on the type and quality of the carpet. I was looking at some nice carpets that were around $3 a square foot installed. Not to luxurious but not cheap quality either.
Q:Is it better for a horse's rug to be too hot or too cold?
I know the feeling - we are swapping and changing at the moment same as you! Personally I'd rather the horse was a bit on the warm side, at least it will help with getting the winter coat out! At the moment we are mostly going with a medium weight stable rug over night, and a no-fill outdoor one for daytime outside, on our fairly robust but elderly warmblood.

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