Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

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Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

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 Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

  • 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: Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

  • 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 Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

Packaging Details:

roll up and put into the poly bag

Delivery Detail:

35-40 DAYS

 

Description of Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

Name

Modern Woven Shaggy Carpets & Rugs of Polyester Hot Selling for Living

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

 

 

 

FAQ

Q: What is the material of your Carpets?

A: The material is 150D polyester silk or 1200D polyester silk. We can also choose material as customers’ requirement.

 

Q: How can I get some samples of Carpets
A: We are honored to offer you samples. 

 

Q: How does your factory do regarding quality control of Carpets
A: Quality is priority. Jiaxunda people always attach great importance to quality controlling from the very beginning to the very end.  many times of inspection

will take place during the production.

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Q:A green rug's length is 7 feet greater than a yellow rug's length. The yellow rug has a 5 foot width and the green has a 3 foot width.?
Lets say: The length of green rug = GL The length of yellow rug = YL The width of green rug = GW The width of yellow rug = YW The areas: Green rug = GL*GW Yello rug = YL*YW What we have: GL = YL+7 YL = GL -7 GW = 3 YW = 5 YL*YW = GL*GW + 59 YL*YW = YL*5 = (GL-7)*5 GL*3 + 59 = (GL-7)*5 3GL +59 = 5GL - 35 5GL -3GL = 59 +35 2GL = 94 GL = 47 YL = 47 - 7 = 40
Q:College dorm rugs?!?
Have you tried bed bath and beyond? By me there is a place called Linens and things as well. I'm sure somewhere sells rugs do you have a home goods by you? they sell rugs as well!
Q:How do you remove fabric dye from carpet?
Unfortunately, the dye is permanent. Your best bet is a Carpet Transplant: Cut the stained area out using a razor knife. Be careful to cut only the carpet, not the padding under it. Cut a piece of replacement carpet from a place no one will ever notice, like from inside a closet. Put the ruined carpet piece on a piece of paper and trace around it. This will be your template. Cut this out and use it as a pattern for the new piece. You want an exact match in shape. Glue the replacement piece of carpet in place using waterproof glue. Attach it to the padding underneath. Or you can sew it into place by sewing it to the existing carpet. (You will need a curved needle if you sew it in place.) The repair should be invisible when you're done. -
Q:About how much would it cost to re-carpet my room?
we need to know how much the carpet is.
Q:Carpet cleaning products?
Another alternative: take a peek under the carpet. You might have hard wood flooring under it. If so, just rip the carpet up. You'll have a gorgeous floor and it will cost you nothing. Even if the floor needs sanding and re-staining, you'll have a beautiful floor for a very small investment. You can rent Sanding Machines from Lowe's and Home Depot. And Stains don't cost much. Good luck. -
Q:Need carpet fading advice?
If your home is a double wide (or larger), and you did not order it direct from the factory, then there is a good chance it sat on the dealer's lot for some time...and its possible some sunlight was allowed in thru the marriage wall. The marriage wall usually just has a layer of plastic over it for transport...some dealers leave it on while the home is on their lot, and some don't. Even a small hole in the plastic can result in a large faded area if it was facing the sun. (Some homes will sit on a dealerships lot for a year or so, before they are sold....plenty of time for the sun to cause some fading) There is also the possiblity that your cleaning chemicals did cause some fading....they all come with a warning to 'spot check' a section to see if they will cause any fading, before you are to use them all over the carpet. Since you mention dogs in the home, pet urine could also be a factor. And of course, there is always the chance that you just got a bad quality carpet to begin with. Different manufacturers use varying quality of carpet. Some are pretty good. Some are pretty cheap. A lot of the carpet being made today is synthetic...(some even use recycled plastic). Things like nail polish (or remover), or 'kool-aid' (its actually the sugar in the drink that does the damage) can actually alter the fibers chemically. Bleach dripped on the carpet will do the same, even if it is wiped up immediately. If a rag has been used to clean with bleach, or acetone (an ingredient found in most nail polish removers) is dropped on the carpet, or used when damp to wipe the carpet, it will cause the carpet to fade. If the carpet is in good shape, physically... little wear and tear, no holes, etc... then you may want to just have a professional come in to dye the carpet. Usually, this costs less than replacing the carpet, but get some quotes for replacing it too. Good Luck
Q:How do you remove creases from an area rug?
Lay the rug out in the sun to warm Then back roll the rug is the best way to do it. It should be back rolled around a tube. Carpet tubes work the best. Roll it tight. If the rug is large have some one help you. Then place in a very warm area such as out in the sun for as long as possible during the day. Any questions you can e mail me through my avatar. GL
Q:Best way to cover a carpeted floor while painting walls?
What I do is take a masking Machine using 1.5 tape. pull the tape and paper out and stick the tape to the carpet. do it so the tape gos down between the carpet and base board. then use drop clothes and put the edge under the paper.Now this hand masker can be bought at the Home Depot Or Lowe's. It is about thirty dollars but is well worth It for speed and protecting the carpet. If you get the tape on right you will not have the carpet sticking to the base boards and you can paint below the pile. Be care-full to not load the brush to much, only a half inch of the brush in the paint and rack off one side. Get a good paint brush. All I buy is Purdy. Use 12 paper on the Machine and try not step on it because it will tear. Your drop cloths can be old sheets or old drapes. If you use old sheets you will need to fold them so you have a double thickness. Good luck
Q:Paint or Carpet first?
My husband is a carpenter, actually a Assist Super on constructions sites - and our daughter is going through the same thing!!! Always do your wall painting first. Carpet/flooring is always the last thing to go in, then your base boards!!! Paint/Stain your base boards BEFORE you install them - then you don't have to worry about getting paint on your carpet. Install baseboards w/ finishing nails, after carpet is in! You can touch up your baseboards w/ caulk to cover the nail holes, let dry, which is very quick, maybe 1/2 hour, then touch up your nail holes w/ your paint/stain. Enjoy your new room from there!!!
Q:Carpet dye?
We have a large selection of carpet bleach spot repair dye pens and color dye chemicals.

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