Things Used In Making Carpets

Sisal Carpets

The sisal rugs are natural rugs oil and natural color. They are solid and durable, longer than it may seem as long as they are well cared for. They are ideal for somewhat rustic and country environments that seek naturalness above all else.

They give a feeling of warmth and well-being to create authentic environments. On the contrary, they have that they are not exactly cheap. They are more delicate to maintain than synthetic rugs, such as polypropylene, which imitate them almost perfectly.

In summary:

warm, natural, resistant but demanding maintenance Unimat rugs.

Leather And Fur Carpets

In their versions of elaborated and tanned leather (leather) and full leather, leather rugs are, by their very nature, the most natural that exist, worth the redundancy. They give beautiful rugs, unique by definition since no two can be alike.

They have their detractors since many people do not like to see an animal put on the ground, even if it has been slaughtered not for its skin but food, as in cows. But those who like them provide a different, striking and original rug.

In summary:

Expensive rugs, quite exclusive and certainly not discreet at all.

Vinyl And Polypropylene Carpets

Polypropylene is a polymer of propylene (hence polypropylene, like Bond, James-Bond). But regardless of the physics lessons, we will tell you that it is a plastic material with remarkable capabilities and greater versatility than a King Size Swiss Army Knife. He would only need to play football well to be as perfect as Iniesta.

It is a non-toxic material, to the extent that the WHO recommends it as an ideal plastic for packaging food. It is light, and resistant, reusable, and therefore ecological, flexible, and very stable. And so versatile that with it you can make a thousand and one things, from bottles, car parts, clothes, boxes, toys, and beautiful and resistant rugs.

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