Published at Monday, October 15th 2018. by Bridget Dennis in Area Rugs.
So you might want to put carpet tape when you use it to keep it from moving or a pad under it. I'm not sure it is sown. Well, as you can see right here and the color that's tufted, I love how it looks. Let me fold it back well, at least you can see it now a little bit anyway. We got it to put in front of our sofa to keep the floors warm because it's cold, and it is doing that plus it is a pretty design.
This is gray in color, with the with the white, not a bright light, and the colors are real rich. As you can see, and it's made of 100-percent ole fin. I wasn't sure what that was. So I looked it up online. It's a synthetic fiber. The coloring is made in the engineering process, so that keeps it fade resistant and it is also stain resistant which is good for if you've got children or pets, and it's soft easy to clean, easy to vacuum, you can just spot clean it.
You can have it professionally cleaned if you want to, but you have to be careful if you put this somewhere, where you're going to get like cooking oils on it, because this fiber is a little bit harder to clean. If you get the cooking oils and things like that on it, and it would be great for computer rooms because, unlike nylon, it does not create static electric charges, it dries quickly and it's not prone to mold or mildew. So that's good and that's about all.
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