Fashion Design Chenille Polyester Jacquard Carpets and Rugs

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1 Structure of  Polyester Jacquard Carpet 

Polyester Jacquard Carpet is made of 50% acrylic, 40% polyester and 10% cotton. 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 Polyester Jacquard Carpet 

Feature: Soft, comfortable, decorative. 

 

3 Polyester Jacquard Carpet  Images

4 Polyester Jacquard Carpet Specification

Material: 50% acrylic, 40% polyester and 10% cotton.
Pile height: 6mm

Density: 550g/m2 or 750g/m2

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 280cm.


5 FAQ of Polyester Jacquard Carpet  

1) How to control the products’ quality?

We have always placed great emphasis on quality control to ensure that excellent quality level is maintained. Moreover, the principle we always maintain is "to provide customers with better quality, better price and better service".


2) Can you provide OEM service?

Yes, we work on OEM orders. Which means size, material, quantity, design, packing solution, etc will depend on your requests; and your logo will be customized on our products.


 3) What information should I let you know if I want to get a quotation?

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4, Quantities

5, Please send us some pictures and designs for checking if possible so we can do best as your request. Otherwise, we will recommend relevant products with details for your reference.


4)  How many days will sample be finished and how we control the sample charge?

Samples will be sent within 5 working days after we are in receipt of the payment. The sample charge is free, but the charges of shipping will be paid by the customer. You can pay the shipping charges by telex transfer(T/T),Payeasy.

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Q:How to make my real fox fur rug bigger?
Yes fox is edible... but save the brain. Tanning a hide is a skill that requires practice. I can tell you how but I suggest practicing on something you don't plan to have every guest at your house have a look at. Also some sewing skill would be needed to mend the two rugs together, and foxes aren't large animals so more than one will almost definitely be needed. To tan a hide: Skin the animal at the leg and stretch the skin out very taunt. You will need a tool for scraping ( something sharp but rounded enough not to tear the hide). While the hide is stretched, scrap of the epidermis of the skin with your tool (on the side without fur obviously). Its important to keep the hide wet during this process. Keep a bucket of water nearby to wet it down with. After the hide dries from anywhere from a day or a week (still stretched) untie it and cut it to the size you need it. Now rinse it in a mixture of a half - a whole gallon of water and the foxes own brains (yes, the brains). Rinse, wring it out, rinse again. Over and over and over until your tired. Next stretch the skin out some. Give it a tug with a partner to loosen it up. Then you have to smoke the skin with a dark smoke (most likely from old rotten wood). This will cause the white skin to tan (hence, tanning the hide). Tan the fir side as well but no where near as much as the inside of the skin. Once its a golden brown you can sew it onto your first rug. Whew lol. This is just the general jist of tanning a hide. There are many other methods that I don't know about. I learned how from Naked into the wilderness: Primitive Wilderness Living Survival Skills
Q:is it better to get your carpets professionally cleaned or to rent a carpet cleaner and do it yourself?
i always go for the professional cleaning. By the time I drive to the rental place and get the machine, do the cleaning, then drive to the store and back again, I've spent more than half a day to do an inferior cleaning job. The pros can do the same thing in the time it takes me to make one trip to the store and back. Especially true if the carpet is really dirty. If you get a service with a truck mounted machine, they have so much more suction that they can do a better job, and the carpets dry faster too.
Q:how do i rejuvinate my shag rug?
Vacuums can pick up all the loose dirt, but some of it gets matted into the carpet fibers and eventually weighs them down. Rent a steam cleaner or rug shampooer or have a professional company do it for you and you will be amazed at the results. Carpet should be cleaned once a year or every other year depending on the traffic they get - sounds like yours needs it once a year.
Q:What color rug should i go with?
Just make sure it matches the drapes.
Q:How to lay a carpet with a seam?
Practice - practice - practice First, the carpet pieces all need the fibers going in the same direction....if you can't do that, it won't matter how skilled you are at seaming a carpet, the piles running different dirctions will stand out. Clean cuts - you need a clean cut along the seam, on BOTH pieces to get them to look good when they are joined. Two kinds of tape - adhesive, and 'carpet' tape (which needs a seaming iron). BEFORE the carpet is stretched for the room, the adjacent pieces of carpet need to be joined. This involves making a straight, clean cut on both edges - this cut should match identically. I achieve this by overlapping the two pieces, and using a straight edge, cut through both layers at once. (You need a VERY sharp blade). Next, apply the seaming tape to the underside of the carpet. I prefer to use the professional grade carpet tape, and I own all the necessary carpet tools to do this. If you do not own them, they can be rented from a local business that rents tools and equipment. I wouldnt make the investment in tools for one room of carpet. If you are using carpet tape, cut it to fit the length of the seam (actually allow it to extend beyond the ends of the seam, for a couple of inches) Plug in the seaming iron, allow it to heat up, and then place it UNDER the carpet, but ON the tape. As the seaming iron heats up the tape, slide it along the length of the seam, pulling the carpet edges together behind it, and press them firmly into the tape. (A roller is handy for this) Do NOT overlap the edges, do NOT allow them to pucker...this is why a good clean cut is so important. Allow the tape to cool, and then you can stretch the carpet and trim it out. Have Fun
Q:which is better for home decoration, wood floor or carpet?
Multi-layer solid wood floor and laminate floor do not need a keel, so floor is better, not only environmental protection, also convenient, it is easy to clean, even if the replacement is convenient, and installation is convenient too, because it doesn't need glue, unlike the carpet for a long time will breed a lot of bacteria
Q:Rug burn and scarring?
Regarding the rug burn, it does not look like a very deep wound from the picture. Most scrapes are shallow but painful because a large area of skin is missing. Shallow wounds do not usually scar. My brother went headfirst over the handlebars of his bike about 6 weeks ago and had some really nasty scrapes, some of which were moderately deep, and he didn't scar at all. Just keep it clean, wash it daily with soap and warm water. Keep using the neosporin as well. That will prevent infection and keep it moisturized; both of those things will help speed up healing, and the faster things heal the less likely they are to scar. Once it's all healed there will be some residual redness in the area for probably 3-7 days, but that isn't scarring and it should go away. Regarding you passing out, I would advise a doctor's visit. Getting light headed when standing is called orthostatic hypotension and it has a number of possible causes; some of them are fairly serious, such as a heart problem. Your orthostatic hypotension, plus now an unrelated episode of fainting indicates some sort of underlying problem. Better to go and get checked, just to be safe.
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 cleaning--Berber carpet, can it?
The old Oxy clean is what gave it a bad name. The stuff that is out now is fine for must carpets especially most berbers. 80% of Berber carpet on the market is made with Olefin fibers. These fibers cannot be destroyed with cleaning agents. Even bleach will not do anything to olefin. Beware though some berbers are an olefin nylon blend and I have seen a wool berber but those are rare. Assuming your berber fits into the 80% category you will need strong chemicals and degreasers to clean it. Olefin is a petroleum product and loves oil because it is a similar molecular structure. So you need something that can break that oily bond.
Q:How much is the fire protection rating of the hotel carpet?
it depends on the hotel's scale, if it is not over 100 rooms. B2 level is enough (business area is not exceeding 2000 square meters) more than is B1 level, KTV must be B1 level

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