Non woven punched velour jacquard carpet

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2000 m²
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200000 m²/month

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  • Material: 100% Polyester

  • Style: Jacquard

  • Pattern: jacquard

  • Design: needle punched

  • Technics: Nonwoven

  • Use: Bathroom, Car, Commercial, Decorative, Hotel

  • Size: 1.5m*30m/2m*50m/3m*50m/3.66m*50m

  • Place of Origin: China (Mainland)

  • Brand Name: Worldking

  • Model Number: jacquard carpet

  • roll width: 1m-4m

  • roll length: 15m-60m

  • thickness: 2mm-10mm

  • colour: any colour available

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details:Packing with plastic film bag or in woven bag by rolls
Delivery Detail:Within 7-15 days after confirming the order

 Jacquard exhibition carpet

Product Description

 Product Description:

 

Worldking Exhibition Carpet:

 

1.raw material: polyester staple fiber or polypropylene fiber, latex

 

2.model: plain-surface, fire retardent, film-coated, ribbed, velour, single and double jacquard

 

3.mass per unit: 250g/sqm—600g/sqm

 

4.roll width:1m—4m

 

5.length per roll: 25m—80m or as customers’ requirement

 

6.packing: in plastic film bags or in woven bags

 

7.colour: any colour available

 

 

The details provided above are accurate and available on buyer's requirement.

 

Our products enjoys popularity in domestic markets and foreign markets.

 

Our price is favorable to other quotation you can get else where.

 

Looking forward to your inquiry..



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Q:Rust stains on blue carpet?
It's important to keep the area around metal furniture legs dry. If not, we might end up with rust stains on our carpets. These unsightly orange stains can set in and become a permant part of the décor if we don't act quickly enough. It's best to act immediately upon seeing the stain. To remove carpet stains caused by rust, it's best to use an acid-based cleaner. Vinegar and lemon juice work well for this task because they're both contain acids. A cleaner containing oxalic acid will also work at cleaning carpet stains such as rust...
Q:Candle wax out of carpet?
when you get wax on clothing, it comes out by putting it in the freezer, then the wax just chips off, try putting ice in a bag and placing it on top of the carpet, do this for a few days, making sure the ice is always really cold, the wax should eventually chip off! I hope this helps!! :)
Q:Will my horse be okay without a rug for one night in winter? please help?
They're more likely to get sick from *being* rugged than not. Really, unless you have body-clipped them or maintained them under lights and with rugs to prevent any winter coat from developing, horses are much healthier if humans don't meddle in their thermo-regulatory functions. They can adapt to abrupt changes in temp if left to their own devices, but once blanketed they lose that ability because the blanket lays their hair down flat and doesn't allow responses to more or less heat/cold. The fact that so few horses get sick while using a rug/blanket is more of a testament to their hardiness than an endorsement of rugging. If the horse is healthy, had a decent layer of fat and haircoat, isn't wet and the wind isn't blowing hard, and it has enough hay/forage to stay warm, it can thrive in any weather. Think of all the wild or feral horses, and those whose owners allow them to be natural horses. Some don't even have those minimums I just mentioned - they live in the open, with no shelter from rain or snow, and the only feed available is under a meter of snow and the wind is blowing hard - they come through the winter a little thinner, but still healthy. Really, your horse will be fine. Consider leaving the rugs off unless it gets much colder than usual or if the horse is already sick from some other reason. In times like that, then yes it is good to provide a little more care.
Q:Should I deep clean brand new carpet?
bran new carpet comes with a preventer on it, it shoul not be deep cleaned for at least 2 years of use, doing so will remove the stain preventer, if its a decent carpet, check with the builder or the carpet installer before doing anything, there might also be a warranty on it that could be voided if you do that.
Q:Is it good to dry your bathroom rugs?
That's the $64,000 question. If you wash the rugs and allow them to air dry, they won't look fluffy. They'll look a little matted. You can fluff them a little with a clean hair brush after they've dried or run them through the dryer on Fluff...but to make the rugs look really fluffy and pretty, you'll need to dry them in your dryer. If you dry the rugs in your dryer, the rubber backing will break down. It's a Catch-22. So your choices: 1. Wash them in Cold water and let them air dry. Then fluff them with a hair brush...or run them on the no heat option. This will preserve the rubber backing, but the rugs won't be as fluffy as they looked new. - or - 2. Wash them and dry them in the dryer. This will make the rugs beautifully fluffy, but the backing will come off in pieces. Good luck. -
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Q:Has anyone successfully dyed their carpet before?
Most carpet is made from nylon or polyester, and the color is inside the fiber -- if you bleached a lighter spot with baking soda and vinegar (very weak acid), I opine that what you really did was clean grime from the carpet - it's almost impossible to bleach color out of hard synthetic fiber. Try renting a carpet cleaning machine from the grocery or tool rental store, and put some vinegar in with the hot water and detergent. Won't hurt the carpet, and might resolve the problem. If your carpet is very old or very expensive, it might be wool, but very little wool carpet can be found anymore -- it's just too expensive.
Q:What do I need to put a carpet down?
something easy to clean, does not collect dander or hold dirt. No little pieces that will come unattached so that he can put in his mouth. go to a reputable carpet outlet/store. They will know best. even if you don't buy there you will at least know what to look for elsewhere.

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