Waterproof Yellow Natural Sisal Rugs

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Specifications of Sisal Carpets and Rugs


1 Material: Natural sisal

2 Thickness: 5-10mm

3 Regular Roll Size: 4*30 M

4 Regular Rug Size: 2*2M,2*3M,2*4M,3*4M,4*6M,4*7M or other size as your request

5 Pattern: Customized,we have available design for your choice,don't hesitate to contact with us

6 Width: 4m

7 Lenth : Can be adjustable

8 Backing : Latex

9 Additional Backing : Non-woven backing,PU leather backing or other backing as your choice

10 Border: 3-12CM

11 Use Range: Home, commercial, hotel.


Advantage of Sisal Carpets and Rugs


1) 100% natural  sisal yarn.

2) Made from infinitely replenishable resources.

3) Sisal absorb moisture from the air when it's humid and release it when the humidity drops, this stabilise the surroundings for sensitive noses.

4) Natural colours - fits almost any decor.

5) Hard and resilient fiber provides excellent scrubbing action (ideal for door / entrance mat applications) .

6) Sisal carpet and rugs: hard wearing, rustic and elegant.

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Q:What is the difference between a jute rug and a sisal rug?
Sisal rugs tend to be more durable. They are both natural fibers. I believe sisal wool rugs are what you're looking for. Sisal - the strength and durability of natural fibers, Wool - the soft underfoot feel. Sisal wool rugs have the best of both worlds - durable and soft. Jute is also soft, one of the softest natural fiber rugs. I guess the best way to compare the textured feel is to go into a rug shop and feel the difference of the materials.
Q:can olifine pile rugs go outdoors?
I've used them on my patio, but have experienced some problems particularly if they are rubber backed. Moisture gets between the backing and the fiber to cause little black spots on the rug which are mildew. If it rains and the rug stays hortizontal for any length of time, it will mold as well. The good news is that both can be removed with DampRid Mold and Mildew Remover (the one for fabrics) and it protects the rug from it happening again with little moisture exposure (not drenching, pouring soaking rain). If I'd have known about this product, I would have sprayed it on first before putting it outside and just picked it up when we have a heavy rain to keep it from molding.
Q:Can anyone offer advise on fraying carpet?
google DIY carpet binding follow and read the links and you see what is available..
Q:Replacing carpet in a trailer?
laying carpet is not an easy thing. You need tools that are made for laying carpet. The carpet iron, for one for seaming pieces together. You also need a knee kick or a carpet stretcher. The hardest part about laying carpet in a mobile home, is that most mobile homes actually lay carpet before they put the wall in. So your walls are actually on top of the carpet. So you will have to cut the carpet completely out. Then lay tack strips down to catch the new carpet you are putting in......I would call the professionals!
Q:How to remove dried on carpet stains?
Carpet stains are a part of life. Fortunately, common household vinegar can remove them as easily as they came about. Vinegar can remove even the toughest stains, including alcohol, perfume, cola, coffee and pet mess. 1. Get a clean water spray bottle. 2. Fold several (five to eight is ideal) clean paper towels into a square stack. 3. Pour one part white vinegar with two parts cold water into the bottle, seal and shake. 4. Test the solution on an inconspicuous part of your carpet. Spray the solution and blot dry to verify that the vinegar doesn't discolor your carpet. 5. Remove excess stain-causing liquid by blotting the stained area on the carpet with paper towels. 6. Spray the mixture onto the stain generously. Allow it to soak into the carpet for a few seconds. 7. Press the paper towel stack against the stain and blot so that the staining ingredient will lift onto the paper towels. 8. Continue spraying the carpet with the vinegar solution and blotting carpet until no stain remains. To ease handling, you may choose to spray the paper towels with the solution before blotting as long as you continue to spray the carpet, too. 9. Allow the carpet to dry. The scent of vinegar should fade away while it evaporates. # For large stains, mix the solution and pour it into the detergent part of a carpet cleaning machine. Clean with the machine as usual. # For tough stains, leave a fresh stack of paper towels on top of the stain and place a heavy item like a weighted trash can over it. Leave overnight as the vinegar solution soaks up the extra stain-causing ingredient. # Do not use home cleaning products that contain lanolin or bleach on your carpet. Doing so could cause damage to your carpet. # Avoid rubbing the stains. # Do not spray enough vinegar onto the carpet for it to soak into the carpet's padding.
Q:What are rugs made of and why?
rugs are made of Animal or plant fibers, including wool, cotton, sisal, jute, seagrass or bamboo. Man-made material such as viscose, rayon, nylon, acrylic or polypropylene/olefin can also be used.
Q:Where can I buy a good area rug?
Best to shop at a retailer rather then buying one site unseen.. Visit a merchant that only sells area rugs who will explain the pros and cons . You might be able to custom make and choose your own color and design to suit your project ,,after all youre not just making a home accessory purchase...youre making a statement .
Q:Remove Candle Wax From Carpet?
Use a butter knife scrap off as much as possible. Next use some paper, such as news paper or typing paper put an iron on low heat....use the paper over the wax heat it with the iron. The heat will draw the wax into the paper...be very careful ... don't leave the iron for a long time ... keep checking how it is doing ... as it draws into the paper ... keep changing it with fresh paper so you don't spread the wax ... don't melt your carpet with high heat settings. Good luck.
Q:Whats the best way to clean a large area rug?
Karen's answer would be best, just put it in the yard and soak the crap out of it.. but if you don't have a yard, the bathtub will do. Put it in, put some detergent in, (and maybe the salt to help keep the dye from going anywhere) swish it around a lot and maybe let it soak, then drain and refill the tub until you feel it's rinsed.
Q:carpet protection / covers?
Okay, I know you're not going to like this but, here goes... The only thing that I have ever seen work in an environment that you and your friends are about to put carpet through were custom fit quarter inch masonite panels which were duct taped to the baseboards and thresholds. And this is on construction sites with fewer people who are very mindful of other peoples work. It's hard enough to walk on a solid surface when drunk let alone a carpet covered with plastic, paper and/or cloth. If you do have a spill, more than likely, no one would know about it until the next day when the covering is removed. You would have a lot less food and drink spilled if you were to leave the carpet uncovered. That said..... Resign yourself to the possibility (probability) that you'll have to have the carpet professionally cleaned . How do you pay for that? Your guests can ante up a couple of bucks each as a cover charge. It's a pittance compared to tuition fees. Another way to look at it is, if you are renting and have placed a security deposit with your landlord and decide not to do anything about a stained carpet, how frugal do you think he or she will be with your money when contracting a carpet cleaner? Not! The way the economy is now you can probably get a pretty good deal. So get busy. Oh, and while getting your prices, you might want to ask which stains are the most difficult to remove. I know that candle wax is a tough one. One last thought. You may know or know of someone who has a carpet cleaner. See if you can borrow it for the evening. Have it set up and ready to go should there be an accident. I'd loan you mine but I'm over 30 and can't be trusted. Have fun and I hope I didn't sound too much like your father.

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