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1.Surface:100% Polyester

2.Back:rubber

3.Pile Height: 3mm

4.Pile Weight:270g/m2

5.Total Weight:1000g/m2

6.Popular Size:40x60,50x80,60x90,100x150,160*230cm

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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. .
Q:Where can I buy brown zebra rug online ?
You can try OKorder
Q:What color rug would go with this bedding?
The wood floor solution- Any rug that is colored can go with your room as long as it is the same color as a color on your bedspread. The carpet solution- It really depends on what color carpet you have... *HELPFUL* - If you take some crayons and color a sheet of paper the same color as the rug you want, then you can place the paper on your floor and sort of get a better look at it to see if you would like the rug in your room or not. Hope this helped you! :D
Q:whats the diffrence between carpets and rugs?
Carpets are wall-to-wall... rugs are pieces of carpet with finished edges, or specially-made pieces, still with finished edges. Rugs are used to accent specific areas.
Q:How can I get rid of chemical glue odors quickly on a new area rug?
Bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) is great for absorbing odours. Sprinkle on the rug (the reverse as well as the front if necessary) leave for a couple of hours and vacuum off. You can also put a few drops of your favourite essential oil onto the rug to freshen up the smell. Also, as daft as it sounds, to get rid of chemical smells from the room itself such as glue, paint etc peel an onion, chop it in half and cover it with water, leave it in the room overnight and it will absorb the smell (don't ask me why this works but it does!) Hope this helps!
Q:whats a carpet mucher?
someone who eats pussy maybe she wants to have some fun lol
Q:Carpet versus Laminate flooring?
Hard one to call. We had all carpeting until the little one got old enough so that she wasn't falling down all the time. Then I ripped it out and put down laminate in the bedrooms and tile in the living room. I like the idea of laminate over carpet, but be vigilant with the kid ; spills that are not discovered and picked up right away can ruin laminate.
Q:How much does it cost to professionally steam clean an area rug?
I'll go out on a limb here and guess that $440 is NOT high ... first, it's an Oriental ... second, you are in NYC. And ... it's a big rug! Oriental rugs need to be handled with the utmost care. I would call around to several places for price quotes. I don't actually have a point of reference, either ... but I'm betting that (in your area, at least) you'll find that the price you were given is well within ballpark range. Did you buy the rug new? If so, call the retailer and ask for a recommendation. You may be able to get a break on the price for a referral from the rug seller. If you bought the rug secondhand (or bought it mass-market ... or don't know where the rug originally came from) ... you're probably stuck paying top buck, but BE SURE to get the estimate in writing before you have any work done on the rug!
Q:What is the most effective way to remove the stains on carpet?
Q:Which rug should I get?
I like the zigzag one

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