Viscose Carpet and Rug Red Color Rectangle Shape

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  1. Structure of  Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug Description 

     

  2. Viscose carpet and rug are made of 100% viscose yarn , it's luxury design and good feelings are suitable for home , hotel and office room . Welcome customed design , size and shape .

     

  3.  Main Features of the Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

    Feature: Soft, comfortable, decorative. 

     

  4. Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug Images

    Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug



  5. Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

    Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

    Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

  6. Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug Specification

     

    Material: 100% viscose yarn, Wilton machine made with available 8colors.
    Pile height: 6mm, etc

    Density: 400 x 1000 , 500 x 1000

    Design: Persian design and modern design. Can make according to customer’s artwork.

    Colors: blue, red, green, beige, ivory, light red, brown; 
    Maximum width is 400cm, sizes much meet 4m machine width, otherwise it will cause waste.

  7. FAQ of Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

1) Which size could you make for viscose carpet and rug ?

    Our Maximum width is 400cm, length has no limitation. Our popular size is 1.4m x 2m , 1.6m x 2.3m , 2m x 2.8m , 2m x 2.9m .Welcome other customed size also.

 

2) Which color could you make for viscose carpet and rug  ?

    We have 8 available colors for choice (blue, red, green, beige, ivory, light red, brown).

 

3) What is the difference of Wilton Carpet and Axminster carpet

     Wilton carpet, like Axminster carpet, is woven. However the difference between the two methods is the way in which the carpet is woven. Whereas the Axminster yarn is woven into each weft and then cut to the required pile height and then reinserted when that colour is needed again –the Wilton carpet yarn is a continuous strand woven all the way through.

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Q:cleaning carpet?
Pretreat any spots you see ahead of time with a really good cleaner like Folex and then go ahead and steam clean the whole carpet. You may have to do it several times.
Q:whats the best way to wash a rug?
You can wash the rugs in your washing machine. Regular detergent, fabric softener optional. (I never use it for rugs.) If you're worried about the rubber backing, use the Cold water option, and let them air dry. However...here's the caveat: 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. -
Q:Getting rid of wet carpet smell...?
I can suggest this,. I think you should have the carpet steam cleaned, WHY? because if you don´t you will never rid the smell on top of that mold will start to grow under the damp carpet,
Q:Can I use carpet freshener with a baby in the house?
I wouldn't. I would invest in renting a steam cleaner ( $60 ) at hannaford and just giving your carpet a really deep down cleaning and then you wont even need to do it again probably for at least 6 months-1year.
Q:Does anyone know how to make braided rugs from rags(old clothes)?
Dad always had Mom save bacon grease so we could use it when drilling holes in heavy iron and steel on the drill press out in the shop. It kept the bit cool while not lubricating the drill and preventing it from biting in to the steel. Braided rag rugs were common and one of my prized possessions is a very large rag rug made by one of my Grannies. My shirts were made from feed sacks and flour sacks. I got to choose which sack of flour or feed we bought at the General Mercantile if the sack was going to end up as a shirt for me. All used wood boards were always saved to be used on another project. Nails were pulled out and straightened on an anvil so they could be used again. Barbed wire was always saved to be used to repair a fence in the future. When we butchered a hog we found a use for everything but the oink. Old fence post, usually mesquite wood, were cut up for firewood. When chicken houses and cow barns and horse barns were cleaned out the hay and manure was spread on the fields to fertilize the crops. Canning jars were saved and reused next season. There were really not many things that were not saved until we found a good use for them. Nothing was ever replaced because something newer or better or faster came out. We waited until something wore out or was used up before we bought a new anything.
Q:what will clean my carpet?
1001 is the best for stains it actually cleans, get's rid of odour. It is perfect for any stains, I use it all the time (like the other day i had to get rid of my cat's pee stains) .< It is great and you can find it anywhere, it is a yellow bottle and it says big 1001! :) :D
Q:What kind of carpet is good
The more expensive, the better
Q:Carpeting and Built-In Bookshelves?
I would really remove the carpet underneath them, put down a tack strip and re-kick the carpet to it and end it with a tidy roll. The major problem with putting them on top of the carpet is leveling. I have some built-ins in my office and library both on top of carpet. As the carpet and padding compresses, it changes the leveling. Also, there is a tack strip along the baseboards which causes the units to pitch forward because it doesn't compress. If I had to do it over, I would strip out the carpet underneath because I'm constantly checking the level as the house settles, too.
Q:what are some ways to make cheap make rugs?
How about a rag rug. If you have or can get a lot of old cloth, cut it in even strips and make a long, continuous braid, making sure the ends of each strip are tucked into the back side of the braid. You can then lay the braid in a tight coil and stitch it together into a round or oval rug. The different colors of cloth make an interesting pattern. This is a brief explanation, but I'm sure you can find full directions on making rag or braided rugs online.
Q:Accidentally bleached rug...?
oops! okorder.com IF the rug is cotton or similar plant fiber. If your rug is poly fibers, toss it... no amount of dying will stay.

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