Published at Tuesday, October 16th 2018. by Renee Erickson in Area Rugs.
It's a long pole, Shockey wool rug, I've been badgering it we spent quite a few hours and badness when, because, if you look at it, it's quite a deep pile. So all that diet is going to get really trapped down inside of the pile, and I just want to show you now and some of the ducts that come out of the bottom of it damage the road and make it look ugly and worn and dirty.
So if he goes this part first or so here you can see there's a lot of fluff and from the world in general flood. There's a lot of cat hair and dog hair random bits of random bits of wood there, more caring dog hair in this human hair, all sorts of chromes glitter and sounds so that's what all came out, whether dissolute fiber there that's walking out this rug, which is The fiber side of it, if you move over to this side, this is the stuff that damages them. Just put our part they we can see that most of it is the sounds and soil, and the grace was everything that you tracking, on your feet into the house, see the people on this rug.
Have you stayed in quite a heavy traffic area, just taking a lot of damage and obviously all this stuff really gets down deep into the pile of the rug and acts? Like a note, we're stopped cutting the fibers. So then, all this is fibers are an issue from the rug and also the and the grits acted like a saw and just cut that away has been embedded deep down into the and base of the rug. So this is a war that I've got out of. One work in this rug was about nine by six, but so, as you can see, is quite a collection of different kinds of fabric wolves think I was half a shoelace there again cat dog human hair and then all the grit in a sound in the soil.
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