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Nylon Printed Carpet / Rug


1Technical Specification of Nylon Printed Carpet / Rug


1).Surface Material :100% Nylon

2).Back: Latex Back or Non-woven Back

3).Pile Height: 3-5mm

4).Pile Weight:270-650g/m2

5).Total Weight:1000g/m2

6).Popular Size:40x60,50x80,60x90,100x150,160*230cm


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Q:Uh-Oh Bleached Carpet!?
I did this a few weeks ago when I was cleaning my toilet. We have blue carpet that is variegated, but there were several dots where the bleach had dropped on the carpet. I don't know if it would work for you, but I used a purple colored pencil and covered over that with a gray colored pencil. It's not perfect, but it's no longer visible to the naked eye. Unless you're down on your hands and knees looking for a spot :) Hope this helps somewhat. Try a tan colored pencil on one spot and just see what it looks like.
Q:oven cleaner to clean carpet ?
Steve, you should mention the fact that the cleaning solution was rinsed back out of the carpet. No pro would leave any type of cleaner in a carpet, as all pro's know how and have the proper equipment to rinse and extract. This is the secret to there success.
Q:About Shag Carpeting?
If it were me, I'd take the opportunity to get rid of the shag carpet and replace it with something more practical. Otherwise ... blot the area dry as quickly and thoroughly as possible, insuring you also absorb the fluid from the padding. Once the bulk of the liquid has been removed, I'd spritz the area with water and allow it to sit for about five minutes, then repeat the blotting. Repeat until no color remains. Consider an inexpensive shampoo suitable for shag if needed.
Q:What kind of rug to use??
Hi there, I've been an interior designer for 19 years now and have used area rugs over other rugs many times. The previous poster was correct in saying it can discolor the surface rug. Mainly due to natural wear and fading. If you still choose to use another rug over your existing rug, they do make rug over rug pads. You will definitely want to use one of these (they sort of look like thick felt pads) to keep your area rug from shifting and to protect your other rug. As far as what type to use, the best thing to do to find what size to use is to measure your table with the chairs pulled out as they would be if you went to leave the table. Make sure the chairs fit over the area rug without going over the edge. This can be not only cumbersome, but can cause the chairs to tip over when sliding them back. If you are wondering about shape, it's really a personal preference, but I would ask what is needed in the room? Do you have a very geometric, modern look or traditional? Rugs come in round, oval, square and rectangle shapes. It's hard to say without seeing the table or room,honestly. If you are looking to use a synthetic rug, choose one that is olefin. It's the most stain resistant. Olefin cannot accept stains, like some synthetic materials. I personally love wool rugs though. They are very durable, and forgiving and wear like steel. I've found that using Spot Shot cleaner as needed to be the best also. I've removed many oil stains, wine etc. from carpets successfully with this GREAT product. Good luck! Best, Priscilla O'Kelly Wilkinson Sanctuary Design Portland, Maine
Q:Professional carpet cleaning?
There are many ways to clean carpets. One is where they APPLY a dry cleaning agent on your carpet, agitate the chemical into the carpet fibers and then vacuum it up. I do not prefer this method. The one I prefer is Steam Cleaning. But be sure it is a truck mount - so that it has enough suction to remove all detergents. Don't rent the steam cleaners at the super markets - all they will do is ruin your carpets because they don't have enough power to clean and/or remove the cleaning chemicals. STEAM CLEAN - IT'S THE BEST!
Q:95 Chrysler Lebarron Carpet makeover?
I would either take it to an auto upholstery shop, or do it myself. JCWhitney has carpets for many cars, check and see if they have one for your car. It should be molded to fit your floor pan. Do not buy a generic, one size fits all kit. The installation is easy if you can remove the front seats and a few trim panels.
Q:How to repair my area rug?
In most cases it's not going to be cost effective to repair a hand tufted rug. However there are instances where if you have latex glue, you could be able to reinforce the back with a paint roller. Between the trips back and forth to the local hardware store and the supplies needed, it may be advisable to consider the purchase of a new rug. Best of luck!

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