Hand Tufted Green Color Polyester Shaggy Rug with 25mm Pile Height

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Hand Tufted Polyester Shaggy Carpet

Specification of Hand Tufted Polyester Shaggy Carpet :

- 100% Polyester  (1200D Viscose or 150D Viscose)

- Pile weight: 1400-1800G/SQM

- Pile height: 2.5 -7.5cm;

- Grey cottong backing, matching background, grey cotton border;

- 1x20'GP = 1800SQM for various size loading;

- H.S.: 5703300000

Feature of Hand Tufted Polyester Shaggy Carpet :

-  Long pile of 5.5cm brings thick & reliable touch feeling;
-  Luxury & high quality product;

-  Durable & non-shedding;
-  Popular in South American market;
-  Special quality acceptable: different pile length, weight, color etc, make your product different from others & more competetive.

-  OEM is welcome;


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Q:Why do I keep vacuuming up MY CARPET?!?!?!?
If you can change the setting on your vacuum, maybe try switching it to 'high carpet' if you haven't already.
Q:What is composite carpet
A carpet that two materials are bound together.
Q:Oval Rug/Rectangle Table?
A rectangular rug would look better under an oval table but you can do the oval rug under the rectangular table, as long as the rug is quite larger than the table... Otherwise, if the rug is too small and the table goes basically to the ends of the rug, the rug will look too small.
Q:What would be the essential rugs?
A horse turned out 24/7 in all seasons never needs any rug. I have 57 years of keeping horses in climates that range from extremes of heat and humidity in summer to extremes of cold in winter to back up my opinions. My horses have been out in downpours and freezing rain, 40 below zero F wind chills, blizzards and flood conditions, tornado force winds, and anything else you can imagine. I do provide them with 24/7 hay all year round, and it does act as a furnace to maintain body heat through the cold spells. I once bought an Arab show horse who was always pampered like a sissy and stabled with limited turnout while being blanketed for everything for the years before I got him. I had him fully functioning outside with no blankets the first winter after I bought him. Amazingly, the various skin conditions his prior owners disclosed him to suffer from never manifested again after I bought him and kept the blankets off.....not one, never. Anyway, unless you have very good reason to blanket a horse that serves your purposes in training and riding the horse, there is no other reason to blanket. Horses already possess very effective bio-systems to handle being outdoors in all climates. We don't put big fluffy insulated boots on their hooves in winter, do we? How can those thin little hoof walls be enough to keep their little feet warm??
Q:Is shag rug a synthetic?
A shag rug is sythentic.
Q:After 1 year carpeting seems to lift up in certain area like small hills?
Your carpeting is stretching which causes the wrinkles you described. Most often this is due to improper installation. Many installers just rough cut a piece of carpet, bring it in to the room, unroll it, trim it and use a tool to kick in the carpet under the baseboard and onto the tack strips. The proper way to do it is to use something called a power stretcher which stretches the carpet from one wall to the opposing wall. Go back to the people you bought it from and see if they can get the original installer to make it right. Most carpet stores send installers a lot of business and have a fair amount of influence over them. If they refuse or the installers refuse make sure you let them know your dissatisfaction and report them to the Better Business Bureau. Hopefully you won't have to pay for this yourself or take things that far.
Q:making a rug on a rigid weaving loom?
Are you working on a rug now? As you know, a rigid heddle loom has limitations. You can only do plain weave, and for a rug, this is just fine. If you are using rag strips, that is even better. The patterning will come from the colour of the horizontal stripes you are weaving. You can change them at will, or according to a set pattern. The patterns are only limited to your imagination! I would make a small drawing on paper and then just use coloured pencils or crayons to make horizontal stripes. If you have patterned material to work with, you may not need to make much of a design because the wefts (the cross threads) will make a design of their own. How wide is your rigid heddle? Most are fairly narrow -- perhaps up to 22 wide. Your rug is going to be quite narrow. You may want to piece two of them together side by side, and that offers further possibilities for creating a pattern. Just go wild!! You can do anything you want.
Q:How do you clean the carpet with worms?
The carpet had been scorched, not serious, use a stiff brush or brush off part of the nickel will burn out if serious burn marks, and then book pressure on it, wait until after dry, in combs.
Q:Does CVS sell any powder carpet cleaners ?
pretty sure they dont...walmart or a dollar store does though
Q:what is a jewelled rug?
i think you may be talking about a jewel toned rug. jewel tone colors are bright, deep, and saturated, jewel tones in red, blue, purple, green and yellow can add graphic punch to any room. go to the target website and search for jewel tone rugs. they have a pic of one. hope this helps!

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