Natural Bamboo Carpet with Customed Size

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Natural Hand Woven  Bamboo Carpet / Rug

Specification of Bamboo Carpet/Rug

1) 17 mm of the bamboo stick

2) material: 100% natural bamboo

3) border material:cotton

4) the width of the border: 4 CM

5) backside material: anti-slip material

6) size: 50 x 80cm , 100cm x 150cm  , 140 cm x 200cm , 160cm x230cm or other customed size

8) package: Poly-bag inside, carton or bag outside

9) payment:T/T or L/C

10)delivery: 20 days after we receive your order

11) MOQ:500 sqare metres

Description of Bamboo Carpet/Rug

This carpet is made of raw bamboo which is natual and healthy ,.It is made in good quality and well desiged. there arewe differnt size and color for you to choose, this product  is made by lacing together thin slice of bamboo  with durable nylon, cotton and tabric,these curtains add a rustic sence of nature into any room.

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Q:making a rug on a rigid weaving loom?
Are you working on a rug now? As you know, a rigid heddle loom has limitations. You can only do plain weave, and for a rug, this is just fine. If you are using rag strips, that is even better. The patterning will come from the colour of the horizontal stripes you are weaving. You can change them at will, or according to a set pattern. The patterns are only limited to your imagination! I would make a small drawing on paper and then just use coloured pencils or crayons to make horizontal stripes. If you have patterned material to work with, you may not need to make much of a design because the wefts (the cross threads) will make a design of their own. How wide is your rigid heddle? Most are fairly narrow -- perhaps up to 22 wide. Your rug is going to be quite narrow. You may want to piece two of them together side by side, and that offers further possibilities for creating a pattern. Just go wild!! You can do anything you want.
Q:Where can I get a rug?
You should try Bed Bath and Beyond or Pier 1 Imports. Any sort of specialty bath store will probably have that.
Q:Electric fireplace... on carpet?
If you go to a stove shop you can buy decorative stove Boards that are insulated and can be placed under such a heat source.
Q:can anybody help me with this carpet question?
If it's been more than a day since this happened your carpet is probably already ruined. Mold and/or mildew can set in very quickly and no amount of carpet cleaner can get that out. Also - check the back of the carpet - if the latex backing peels away from the carpet, it delaminated and there's no saving it.
Q:How to dye a rug?
Whether dyeing would work depends on what fibre it's made of. If it's wool or cotton, it would dye quite well with ordinary dyes, though it might present a few difficulties since dyes usually call for being heated, and a lot of rinsing after. If it's a synthetic fibre, which it very likely is, it might not dye at all because synthetics don't absorb dye very well, if at all. If they do, they usually require processes that would be very difficult to achieve with a rug, such as heating the dye bath with the item in it. All in all, it's probably not worth even trying. Find a cheap black rug to buy.
Q:Rug question! please answer ?
Rugs are normally synthetic so don't need the same daily care as leather tack. They are also not expected to last as long. If taken care of well leather tack can out last your horse, so it's well worth caring for them properly. You want to keep the rugs clean and dry for the health and comfort of your horse, but how this is done varies form owner to owner. In my case: My horse wears a sheet (or fleece cooler when it gets colder) next to her skin and I wash it regularly in the washing machine so she has a clean layer. Over the top she wears her turnout rug. When I groom her I first brush over the rug with a dandy (if it's dry) and spot clean if necessary. Then I remove it and put it over a fence or stable door and bang it against it. I can remove the sheet and shake it more forcibly (the turnout is too heavy for that). If the sheet or cooler is wet at all I hang them to dry and replace it with my spare (I have two of each). If the turnout is soaked through I'll replace it with a stable rug and pay a fee to use a heater to dry the turnout quickly (if I didn't the rug would probably still be wet that night when my horse is turned out out again). It's usually fine though and I use the turn out as a stable rug too, it fits better then the stable rug, and modern rugs can be breathable and waterproof. In spring both the turnout and stable rugs are either washed by hand or sent away for cleaning (my washing machine isn't big enough to take them) and the turnout is reproofed. It's also important to remove and replace the rugs at least once a day even if you don't ride. The horse must be groomed as sweat and grease can built up under the rug and the horse will also enjoy a good scratch with the brushes as they can't do that for themselves when they are rugged.
Q:How to wash my white shag rug.I am 28 wks pregnant and want everything so clean all the time.Plz help?
Trust me throw it in the wash and set it to the setting you usually do to wash colors it`ll turn out just fine . Don`t bleach it though just use laundry detergent. And to dry it throw in the dryer. I have the same rug I tried this before I reccomend it.
Q:How much would it cost for 12X12 carpet?
Go to a carpet wholesale store and buy a remnant.
Q:Is Rug Doctor good fot blood stains?
Yes rug doctor is good. Before you run the rug doctor over the carpet,,, first treat it with a mixture of peroxide and water,,,,that should do the trick.
Q:How do I get my rug cleaned?
The best way to keep your area rug looking its best is once a month flip it upside down and vacuum the back of the rug. It is okay to use a beater bar/rotating brush vacuum on the back of a wool rug, on the front it is recommended to only use suction. The beater bar/rotating brush sucks up the small fine wool fibers wearing away your wool rug. For synthetic area rugs it is fine to use the beater bar/rotating brush vacuum on the front and back of the rug.

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