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using a manually operated clamping device onto the grab belt. Carpet, also referred to as carpet or carpet, is a carpet designed to completely enclose a ground. Rugs with a length of more than 4 metres are usually laid with the help of a stretch carpet (muddy or tubeless). Carpet floors were initially constructed in the size of the respective area.
Later they were made in smaller stripes, around the times when the carpet became fashionable, and at the place of order weaved by the carpet buyer. The rugs were then kept in place with single nails threaded around the circumference through the rug and sometimes small circles in the rug that were bent over.
Launching Velcro tapes, "non-adhesive tapes", "gripper tapes" or "smoothed" made it easier to lay carpet from wall to wall and increased the cleanliness of the surface on the wall. Since the grab stripes have substantially the same thicknesses as the base, the use of grab stripes results in a flat edged, while stapling produces an irregular edged. You have three kinds of carpet: the Looped carpet, the Trimmed carpet and the Textured carpet, which combines the first two.
In the 1960s, thanks to its colourful print very much loved, most rugs took on a ornamental look indoors. Carpet tufting is the most commonly used production technique It is the tufting of threads in a fabric carrier near a seamstitch. Then the carpet is provided with a file (rewoven, pullover, plastics or cotton) which is glued to the back of the canvas.
These techniques allow the manufacturing of sliced, curled or textured rugs. Preserved rugs are very firm but designed for short-term use as they do not provide the convenience of rugs that have been either plaited or airbrushed. Fibres form the silk of the carpet. More than five hundred BC, wools were used to weave rugs before they were mainly used to make rough mats.