Multi- structure Chinese Knot Carpet

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chinese knot carpet          

Construction

cut pile

Size

Customized

Face yarn

100%Polyester

Pile weight

2100g/sqm

Total Height

2.7cm

Backing

Cotton cloth


1, the product no odor, non-toxic, the same type, not sticky, not moldy, very soft touch.
2, the fabric is soft and strong, comfort and flexibility. Absorb water, dust, and keeping them warm.
3, not degumming, does not go down, meet the machine washable, blanket-type never deformed.
4, easy to clean, adapt to lavage, can be directly into the washing machine washing, hand washing can not deform, do not shed, do not fade.
5, Applications: living room, bedroom, study room, entrance, kitchen, bathroom, balcony and corridors.
6, features: bright colors, very soft feel, can not afford to wire, do not fade.
7, the main advantages: pest control , moisture, non-slip, anti-static, comfortable, luxurious,     elegant, beautiful and economical.
8, Fashion and modern technology as one element, unique creative, beautiful colors.



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