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Soil Retardant

Posted by on December 8, 2010 with No Commentsas

Soil Retardant – A chemical finish applied to carpet and fabric surfaces which inhibits attachment of soil to fiber. It is usually a topical treatment but may also be inherent in the fiber.

Slate

Posted by on December 7, 2010 with No Commentsas , ,

Slate – A naturally laminated rock that is often used in regular and irregular shapes embedded in cement or mortar to create a hard-surface, pattern floor.

Sisal Flooring

Posted by on December 6, 2010 with No Commentsas , , , , ,

Sisal Flooring – Rugs, mats and matting made from sisal, a natural plant material. Available woven and dyed in various colors, as well as machine and hand painted. Similar flooring is made of jute, coconut and seagrass.

Sculptured Carpet

Posted by on December 5, 2010 with No Commentsas

Sculptured Carpet – Any carpet pattern form from high and low pile areas, such as high-low or cut-and-loop.

Saxony Carpet

Posted by on December 4, 2010 with No Commentsas

Saxony Carpet – Cut-pile carpet in a relatively dense construction, with well-defined individual tuft tips. Smoother finished saxonies are called “plushes.”

Rubber Flooring

Posted by on December 3, 2010 with No Commentsas , ,

Rubber Flooring – Today rubber flooring – tiles and sheet goods – is made from synthetic rubber. It comes in ribbed, coin and other raised patterns.

Remnant

Posted by on December 2, 2010 with No Commentsas , , , , , , ,

Remnant – A short piece of carpet from a roll of carpet that usually measures less than nine feet long. Smooth surfaced flooring (tiles, strips or sheet goods) manufactured by combining a plastic material with filler and pigments, then processed into sheets of different thicknesses. If a backing material is used, the plastic sheet is […]

Random Sheared Carpet

Posted by on December 1, 2010 with No Commentsas ,

Random Sheared Carpet – Created by lightly shearing either level loop or high-low loop carpet so that only the higher loops are cut. Sheared areas are less reflective than uncut loops, which appear brighter and lighter in color. Random shearing high-low loop carpet produces a cut and loop style texture.