Red Yellow Chenille Microfiber Carpet

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1 Item :3D design polyester shaggy carpet

2 Material:100% Polyester stretch yarn mixed1200D silk

3 Pile Height:1.5-4cm

4 Pile Weight:1800g/sqm

5 Backing:Fine Grey-white cotton backing

6 Size:120cm×180cm,140cm×200cm,160cm×230cm,170cm×240cm,200cm×200cm,200cm×300cm Or other customed size

7 Color&Design: according to customer's request

8 MOQ:300sqm/color

9 Payment Terms: 30%T/T in advance + 70% T/T before shipment or L/C at sight

10 Packing: Rolls in the polybags, your specific packing is available

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Q:How to wash a shaggy rug/carpet?
ALWAYS contact the manufacturer of your shag carpet before attempting to vacuum it. Ask them specifically what type of vacuum they recommend for your specific carpet. In some cases a vacuum with a beater bar can damage the carpet and/or vacuum. Suction only vacuums can tear the threads right out of the carpet in some cases. b
Q:Filthy carpet?
I shampoo my carpet a couple times a month. I have 3 dogs and kids. I like to keep it clean. You should talk to the landlord to see what they can do for you. I think they should have had new carpet put in or this carpet cleaned before you moved in.....someone else's dirty carpet is very disgusting!!!
Q:how to install carpet with tile at the end?
Transitioning between carpet and tile is the last step of any tile installation project. It finishes the project off for good. When you are completing a tiling project yourself, it is important to remember to roll the carpet away from the tiling area instead of cutting it to where you think the tile might end. After the tile installation is finished, the carpet can be rolled back over the tiled area and the edge of the tile can be used as a cutting guide so the carpet will be cut exactly where it needs to be cut.
Q:What is the best way to clean a carpet?
Steam clean it. Buy one, rent one or hire a professional. They are perfectly fine on carpets. I have my own steam cleaner and it's gets used constantly. Don't waste your money on scotch guard products. They are surface only and once you wipe up a spill or clean the carpet, the scotch guard is gone. Probably one of the most over rated products on the market. The main things that harm carpet are not cleaning regularly, not vacuuming regularly or choosing the wrong carpet pad.
Q:Help measuring carpet ? I'm about to buy carpet need carpet tips?
What is your room shaped like? If it's a perfect square, then it should be obvious, but if it's L shaped or some other shape you'll have to work a little harder. If you've ever taken geometry, then you should have no problem. If your room is L shaped, break up the space into two rectangles. One for the vertical part of the L and another for the horizontal part of the L. Then measure each rectangle separately and add the two amounts together. The other thing you have to remember about carpet is that it's going to have a seam. Obviously there aren't 20 foot wide rolls of carpet out there, so installers will sew the pieces together to create a seamless look. That is something else you have to determine. You'll have to find the carpet you want and figure out how wide it comes. THEN you'll have to figure out where to put the seam in your floor in order to have it as out-of-the-way-of-foot-traffic as possible so it doesn't come apart after a few years. In all honesty, carpet is a lot more confusing and difficult than most people think, which is why there are professionals you can call for help with this. I suggest you call a local carpet dealer and ask them what they recommend. After all, they're not going to charge you to call and ask. Good luck!
Q:Whether is the wood floor good or the carpet good in the bedroom?
Floor is recommended. Thought it's easier to cause fire and the heat retention properties is slightly lower than the carpet, comfort matters, the comfort of carpet is better than the floor, if there are people smoking at home, it's much more convenient to clean floor! Put the life aside, the heat retention of the carpet is better than the floor, but still better than floor tiles, cleaning is not convenient
Q:Carpet smells like ammonia?
That is urine. You need to call a professional. First they need to find the areas affected with a black light. Then they need to treat each area with 1-2 quarts of enzymatic cleaner. Suck it out with a truckmount carpet cleaner and an attachment called a water claw sub surface extractor. You see, most of the urine is in the pad, some is in the carpet, some may be in the sub floor. There is no way to effectively deal with this yourself. How do I know? I am a pro carpet cleaner with easily 10,000 pet urine stains worth of experience, I know, people call me after they give up. After the carpet is extracted, I will rinse it with 2-4 quarts of water per stain, basically twice as much as the cleaner. Again I extract with the water claw. I get 99% of the moisture I put in back out. If I used a Rug Dr, I'd leave about 98% in. With a shop vac, maybe only leave 90% of what I put in. I much prefer to leave 1% in. Then I will clean your carpet and use a low pH rinse agent. You see, urine smells like ammonia, because the nitrates in urine eventually become ammonia. Ammonia has a pH around 12.0, which is very high. You want you carpet to be close to a neutral pH after you clean it, around 7.0. 12 being 5 points over 7 means I will rinse with something with a pH of 2, neutralizing the carpet back to 7 and the ammonia is gone. Use a certified pro that knows what they are doing. Your landlord is obligated to pay, he rented you an apartment that was represented as clean and it obviously isn't. You could take him to court over this. It is called breech of contract basically you are not receiving what you are paying for.
Q:Should I bleach or rip up my carpet?
I work in flooring, and can tell you from vast experience that a carpet is a giant crud collector that lives on your floor. Bleaching carpet won't work and will damage the carpet (not that it sounds like that matters). If it were me, I'd tear out the carpet and pad. There will be tack strips (they hold the edges of the carpet in place) around the edges of the room. If you plan to recarpet, you could leave those, I would NEVER want to live with carpet again so I'd rip those out too. If you have a carpet company install carpet later, they'll have to put tack strips down again, but it doesn't cost much. Tack strips have very sharp points, so be careful working around them and be sure pets and kids can't hurt themselves on them. To pull up the carpet, grab a corner or edge with piers and pull straight up. This pulls the carpet off the tack. It's easier to handle demoed carpet if you use a contractor knife with a brand new blade to cut it into strips 3-6 feet wide, then roll it up and removed the rolls. You'll be really grossed out by all the crud in and under the carpet. A less expensive option than hardwood would be fiberglass core vinyl, which lays naturally flat and in heavier grades can be simply laid on the floor. Look for Flooring America's Naturcor Natural Grandeur line, very heavy duty and good looking. Not like normal, traditional vinyl, impervious to moisture, great surface for kids and pets.
Q:Carpet Removal & Installation for Cheap.?
Removing glue-down or any carpet does not require any special skill, only some amount of strength and the proper tools. You will need a good utility knife with a couple of packs of sturdy replacement blades. You can use the knife to cut thru the carpet, making it into approx 3x3' or 4x4' sections. Then just start pulling the carpet up. Cut one section at a time, remove it then proceed to the next. If any foam is left stuck to the floor, you only need to remove the thick sections. A small amount can be left stuck to the floor since the new carpet and pad, will cover this. You can use a stiff 3-4 wide putty knife to scrape off the foam that's left behind or rent or buy a scraping tool, on a long pole to do the job. I have done it with just a putty knife. Then get some estimates for new carpet and installation. Home D and Lowes offer almost free install.
Q:I have a round wool rug thats been professionally cleaned twice and the smell is still there...?
This rug has had topical cleaning treatments, however, it has not been soaked in enzymes for several hours or overnight, rinsed, dried, and left to air out in the sun. Dogs, and even cats, will pee on wool rugs because they sense another animal in there territory. They will do this numerous times once they start making the cleaning project a real challenge. This rug, if valuable, needs to go to a shop for special treatment, if the pets are still part of the equation, do not place it on the floor or the peeing will start over, guaranteed.

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