Viscose Carpet and Rug Wilton Woven Floor Carpet Tile

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  1. Structure of  Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug Description 

     

    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 .

     

  2.  Main Features of the Viscose Wilton Carpet and Rug

    Feature: Soft, comfortable, decorative. 

     

  3. Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug Images


    Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug

    Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug

    Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug

    Viscose Wilton  Carpet and Rug

  4. 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.


  5. 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:My puppy ate part of my carpet?
Nothing in the carpet should be harmful to him, but the carpet being in him could potentially be harmful. Depending on how much and how big of chunks he ate, it could cause a gastrointestinal blockage. Additionally, if the carpet is stiff with any sharp edges (like on the bottom) it could potentially perforate internal organs as it digests. He may pass it on his own, but keep an eye on him. If he displays any sensitivity to touch to his belly, vomiting, unwillingness to eat or constipation, take him to the vet. I would also monitor his stool closely. First, make sure he's going regularly. Second, check the stool for fibers or pieces of the carpet to see if it's passed.
Q:Landlord charging for carpet damage, but upgraded to hardwood floors?
The law allows for normal wear of carpets. If the carpets were ruined then you are responsible for replacing them. You can ask the landlord for a copy of the estimate to replace the carpets but I am guessing $600 is reasonable for material and labor for 200 square feet.
Q:can i keep a tortoise on carpet
it would not be recommended to keep a tortoise on carpet, when the tortoise wees and poos it will soak in and after a while would really smell and harbor germs, it could be a potential source of disease and infection so best stick to the recommended substrates, they are much more hygienic and easier to clean
Q:Cat scratching on carpet?
It shouldn't be too hard. All you need to do is to set up a behavioral modelling program. First of all, you have to punish your cat whenever it scratches the carpet (make loud noise, throw water or a unharmful object at her), but this punishment should not be too tough (so you it will not develop depression or anxiety) and it should be immediate. Secondly, you have to reinforce the cat's desired behaviour. Try to draw your cat's attention to the scratcher. Try to feed her only near it. Then after a few days, try to show the cat how to use it, by handling her claws on the scratcher. And then, anytime the cat makes that move (touching the scratcher) give it a reward, like it's favourite food. In time it should work out fine. All living creatures are designed to learn from the enviroment, so the cat will learn from you, especially since it's you who has all the food, and that's what it's all about. It work did, with my cat (it used to scratch the furniture legs). I hope it answered to something. (my cat also learned to run beside me, when i go jogging - but just around the house)
Q:how do u remove crazy glue on carpet?
i know you can use paint thinner when it gets on you and other surfaces. so you could possibly use it on carpet too.
Q:How to prevent the carpet from shedding wool?
shedding wool is inevitable, you can buy a new one or stick the wool with scotch tape.
Q:What's a reasonable price for carpet installation?
It will depend on your area you live, the type of carpet, (berber is more), and the type of floor your covering ( concrete is more ) There may also be charges for floor preparations, and removal and disposal of the old flooring. With this said, in the Chicago area the cost ranges $ 3.50 to $ 5.00 per square yard, for normal carpeting on a wood sub-floor. Installation of padding and tack strip is included in this price. Add an additional $ .50 to $ 1.00 for Berber and the same for concrete. In other words you could expect $ 7.00 per sq. yard for installation of Berber carpeting on a concrete sub-floor. Average rates for floor prep are $ 25.00 per hour, and carpet removal is $ 1.00 sq. yard. With a $ 35.00 fee for them to dispose of it. Generally an installer will charge an additional fee of $ 3.00 to $ 5.00 per step. Depending on the type of step, if the step is wrapped, or if he has to deal with spindle's. I hope this helps
Q:Carpet Cleaner?
Don't okorder.com/ this is the best easiest way to keep great looking carpets. You can rent the machine that brushes the product in and then you vacuum it. th machine doesn't cost too much to rent and the results are fabulous. I kept my carpets looking like new for 10 years. When I sold my home people couldn't believe it wasn't new carpeting. Also great for allergies.
Q:what rugs should a TB living out have?
I would definitely say that Weatherbeeta are the best brand for affordable but comfortable and hard wearing rugs. I've had my weatherbeeta rugs for two years and only had them washed, not reproofed even though one of my horses is a rug wrecker. I have a TB myself and I know how much of a pain it is to rug them! They are very prone to chills and don't really grow an incredibly fluffy coat. Here in scotland its already reached only 4 degrees at night and my hands are frozen, and plus the wind chill makes it a very cold night. My boys are both in mediumweights without necks at the moment at night and lightweights during the day. However this is also because they are getting clipped next week and I want to prepare them for that and not let them get too soft beforehand! For my TB I have this wardrobe - 1 x Lightweight (Mark Todd brand - very good durable, I would say the best out there) 2 x Mediumweight with and without a neck (both Weatherbeeta) 2 x Heavyweight with and without a neck (Mark Todd and Rambo - very good but very expensive brand) The two of the mediumweight / heavyweights mean that in the midst of winter when it gets absolutely FREEZING I can double rug, putting a mediumweight over a heavyweight or vice versa. I also have stable rugs but that depends on whether you are stabling them or not.
Q:How do you get wax out of the carpet?
Often wax on carpet is just on the very tips of the fibers. If this is the case you can just snip the wax off with sharp scissors. Just cut the very tips of the fibers. Work slowly. Don't cut a single millimeter more than you have to and pull up while cutting. This will help prevent divots in the carpet. Try your best to do just one or two fibers at a time...not a whole clump. Dissect any wax clumps first by cutting them in half or thirds, so that you separate clumps. This will work unless you have already used an iron or otherwise melted the wax further in to the carpet. Also...cutting the wax off will work on shag or plush carpet, but not Berber or loopy carpet. Good luck. -

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