Polyester Silk Shaggy Rug

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Product namePolyester Shaggy Carpet
Material100% polyester
Pile weight1500—3300g/m2
Height1.5 CM—3.5 cm
BackingGrey and White Back
Patternflower shape
TechnicsHand-tufted
ColorPink , purple, green, grey, yellow, orange, red
Size4' x 6' , 5' x 8' , 5' x 7' or OEM size
UseHome, hotel, commercial, office, floor
Place of originChina (Mainland)



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Q:What can I do to increase my online rug sales?
Those are really nice rugs try to find some were in the yahoo answers where you could give advice on rugs then add you link as a source also Also that is a business marketing question try asking over there and yo will get better responce Good Luck
Q:Has anyone used a Rug Doctor you rent from the supermarket?
rug doctors work great! last time I rented one from the supermarket, it was 50 or 60 dollars (CDN) plus you have to give them a credit card number. by the time I bought shampoo ( I use vinegar as the defoamer) it cost 80 or 90 dollars total. how wet the carpet gets depends on how wet you make it--the machine gets most of the water out. if you plan on shampooing furniture and stairs, be sure to get the upholstery attatchment
Q:Carpet?????
You should wear slippers. :p
Q:What is this under our rugs?
If the dust is not in the air it should be alright.
Q:carpet wool?
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Q:Why are area rugs so expensive?!?
They aren't all so expensive, it depends on what you get. Anything made of silk is obviously expensive because the fiber is made by worms with very fussy diets that require considerable care. Anything made of wool is expensive because it is a fiber harvested from an animal, and in most cases you want the animal to still be alive at the end of that process. For inexpensive area rugs check out olefin, a man made fiber that in the finer grades is considered a synthetic silk and used to make many styles of area rugs simulating wool rugs. If you need a really large room sized rug, you can economize by have a carpet remnant bound up for you at your local carpet dealer. Shop around, selection and prices vary considerably. For a bound rug expect to pay a $20-$40 squaring fee (to get the rem to the size or shape you want) plus a linear foot charge to bind the edge of $2.50 - $3.50 for tape binding (most common) and $6 or more per linear foot for serging. You can usually find decent in stock carpet for less than $2/square foot and rems as low as $1/sf. Look for good quality in a remnant, there are really good deals on them out there.
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:is my wool rug disintegrating into nothing?
Depends what those fluffs are........could be natural fluff on the wool, could be broken fibers..............and that's not good. If broken fibers, could be moth damage or other insects living in the wool. Vacuum daily. Have the rug cleaned especially it has had food, animal products, or a lot of foot traffic across it.
Q:Where in Turkey do they make the hand made carpets?
I wouldn't throw away a nice Isfahan carpet either... Hereke, Uşak, Kars and Yörük (Yörüks are the nomads in Turkey and I have a deep affection to them) carpets are among the most beautiful ones of Turkish carpets. Kayseri isn't bad either but it's not really my taste.
Q:Is there a way to repair this rug?
Talk to a dry cleaner. They will tell you whether or not it's salvageable and how much it will cost.

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