Simple Design Polyester Printed Carpet

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1)    Pile Material: 100% Polyester

2) Pile Weight : 290g/m2

3) Pile Height: 3mm

4) Back Material:Latex/Non-wowen/TPR/Dotted-plastic-non-woven/PVC

5) Back Thickness :1-2mm

6) Size:  40*60 /50*80/ 44*70/ 60*90cm or customed size

7) Color Fastness : 4-4.5 grade

8) Usage Place: living room , bedroom ,entrance ,kids room, bath room


1)    Competitive price, several different options on material & backing

2)    Unlimited color available

3)    MOQ: 1500m2/Per Color Group


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Q:Stretch carpet first or shampoo carpet first?
Any proper cleaning should not get moisture into the padding. As far as carpet, only natural fibers have a chance of shrinkage (not common), such as wool. With over 10,000 cleanings under my belt, I personally have never come across carpet shrinkage due to cleaning, though I have heard of one case. Almost all wall-to-wall carpet nowadays is synthetic... usually nylon, polyester, or polypropylene. A rippling effect is almost always a result of poor installation, and is worsened by consistent foot traffic and the moving of heavy furniture. I usually recommend for my customers to have the carpet stretched prior to cleaning. Carpet being cleaned first has no effect on how well the carpet will be stretched. However, cleaning a carpet with ripples in it will not provide quite as nice results as opposed to a nicely stretched one. Flat and flush to the cleaner's equipment works best. If done correctly, the repair technician should cut a line of carpet from the baseboard and not just tuck the excess from stretching, otherwise the carpet will begin to ripple again in the future. With heavy rippling a power-stretcher must be used, but a simple knee kicker should work fine for mild cases. Having the cleaning done after allows the technician to clean up the tufts and debris left by the repair tech. Plus, you'll have a fighting chance of getting rid of possible ripple marks that may be left after stretching. I have heard it recommended both ways, but in actuality it's not extremely important which one you choose to do first. I've done it both ways many times and eventually settled toward preferring the carpet to be stretched first. Also, I wouldn't recommend having the carpet shampooed. This will leave an unwanted residue coating your carpet's fibers. It's best to use the hot water extraction method, commonly known as steam cleaning.
Q:best carpet cleaning method?
PLEASE, They are close by your locale.
Q:How can I shampoo my carpet??
Those cans of sprays are ineffective and can prove quite costly and the powders you speak of are granules and those you must have a special machine to to pick up the granules you simply can not vacuum up this stuff, my suggestion to you is to use what I use Baking soda and Cornstarch mixed, sprinkle these two in equal amounts over your carpet wait several hours or overnight and then just vacuum up the next day or after several hours, thats it. it is easy and cleans the carpet very nicely for spots you can just use a small dollop of Shaving cream on the spot and rub in and allow to dry then just vacuum up this will remove grease and muddy dirty spots and some stains, if you have trouble removing certain stains just use undiluted White Vinegar or a little dishwashing liquid mixed into some warm water sponge on and then rinse with warm water never hot water as this will cause the pile to mash down and become stiff Good Luck !
Q:how do I frame a large rug?
Rugs and quilts are often hung on walls by stitching a sleeve onto the back, you then slip a dowel or rod behind it and hang it from that. Sleeves are a good way to hang this type of item because it supports the weight evenly and the piece won't sag. When I hang quilts I make a muslin sleeve about four inches wide the length of the quilt. I then hand stitch it to the top back of the quilt. A rug will be heavier, so you may need heavier fabric than muslin, maybe canvas, and you might want to use heavy duty or even buttonhole thread. I try to keep my stitches from going through to the front of the quilt, and I always stitch carefully so I can remove the stitching and sleeve without damaging the quilt. Good luck!
Q:My 6 month old male neutered cats are peeing on the throw rugs. Why? How do I clean the carpet underneath? ?
You need a product that gets rid of the odor on the throw rugs and on the carpet. Go to your local pet store and ask for something that removes the odor left behind from cats urine.
Q:Just got rugs shampoo'd?
you could put baggies under the legs of your furnisher to remove the fear of wood finishings leaching off your furnisher and onto the carpet,,or rust due to medal legs. The best way to tell if there's moisture in a carpet is you rub the back of your hand on it and then look at your hand,,,no moisture seen is a good sign,,,then blow on your hand,,if it feels very cold,,,there may be minute amounts of moisture in carpet. also,,,you didn't have your carpets shampoo'd,,you had them extracted.
Q:How can you get nail polish out of carpet?
Q:Why Use Indoor Outdoor Rugs?
Outdoor : Small and large houses alike can benefit from attractive outdoor rugs. The right outdoor rug can extend your living room into your yard and make use of space you didn't realize you had. If enjoying the outdoors is a priority for you and your family, then read on for all the things you need to know about outdoor rugs. Indoor: One of the most important things to look for in an indoor and outdoor type rug is the size of it. You'll find they come in sizes ranging from small, runner rugs to huge, room-size rugs. Which size you need to get is going to depend on where you want to put it. Many people choose to use indoor outdoor rugs on hallways leading to and from the outside, which is why you'll find many runner rugs. However, other people wish to cover their entire patio on them, and for this purpose you would use a larger one. To make things easy, take your measuring tape out and see how large you need it to be. Chances are they wont have the exact size, but you should be able to find one close to it.
Q:can ironing the rug kill fleas and eggs?
Throw rug or a huge rug or wall-to-wall carpet? Ironing a rug may melt the fibers if it is a polyester fiber rug or carpet. I do not think that the iron with produce enough heat to reach the base of the rug fibers. IOW, not a good idea. What the linked sites recommend is steam cleaning, even a professional steam cleaning. Be sure to let the professional know your rugs have a flea infestation. The cost might be a couple hundred for a professional steam cleaning, but that is worth the cost to be rid of fleas . If you have small rugs you can run them through the a hot washer load, and depending on fabric, a dryer.
Q:Removing Cat vomit from carpet?
Here is a great site that has many high quality stain removal techniques. I would suggest repeating the process twice, rinsing the stain out with warm water in between applications. Best of luck!

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