What to Look for in Carpeting

If one moves out to buy a carpet, he is often asked, “How can I distinguish between a good carpet of a coconut mat?” For the uninitiated, it is because two very simple criteria should pay attention to it. 1st The wool quality for quality, durability and the longevity of a rug does not so much a part as the quality of wool. In general, the greasy wool, the better. It does for most carpets is only a secondary role, whether the fat was of course left in the wool, or has been greased later after staining. A simple grip in the nap of the carpet can be quite revealing. Wool with low fat feels brittle and dry on. If one twists the wool fibers between the fingers, they break easily and fluff.

In complete contrast to fatty wool. This is soft, elastic and not break even at higher loads. The wool grease lies like a protective layer around the fiber and prevents the rapid first Pollution and secondly the breaking of the fiber. Carpets with a high make even years after a lot of joy, because the colors are not dull but still light up. 2nd A node number is often overestimated purchasing criterion in ordinary petrol, the number of nodes. node is expected in general on the square for an ordinary carpet, this criterion, however, is absolutely secondary. Whether a rug says knots per square meter is not really much about the quality (see wool). Of course you should not buy a carpet, instead of having the reported 600 000 kn / sqm, 200 000, fluctuations in the upper ten thousand are normal.

You can count nodes relative ease. What you need is just a tape measure. Put this somewhere on the back of the carpet, and now count the nodes that are located within one centimeter. Count around 5 knots, the carpet has approximately 250 000 kn / sqm. Are there six, the node number is 360 000 kn / sqm usw.Generell ie the number in Set square and multiply by 10 000.

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