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Vifloor | Geo
  • 7133

  • 7132

  • 7131

  • 7130

Quirky B
Alternative flooring

Pattern:Geo
Easy-on-the-eye, geometric pattern.

Installations

Available in these colours.

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*Colour Variation: due to the natural fibre of the product, colour reproduction to sample may vary due to normal dye lot variation.

Specifications

Pile Fibre: 80% Wool / 20% Nylon, Product of U.K.
Backing: Woven Hessian
Repeat: 7 cm straight match Roll Width: 12'

Vacuum Regularly
Vacuuming often is wool's best friend. This is the most effective and economical way to remove soil and dirt particles before they become embedded into the carpet pile. You cannot over vacuum and vacuuming should begin the day the wall-to-wall carpet, runner or area rug is installed. Use a beater bar brush for best results.

Spot & Stain Removal

  • Blot up liquids with paper towels or an absorbent cloth and scoop up any solids.
  • Work inward from the edge of the spot to prevent excess spreading. Do not rub, as this may cause the spot to spread.
  • Do not saturate with water.
  • Blot dry between each step.

Preventative Measures

  • Use absorbent mats at every entrance to your home to prevent tracking in dirt.
  • Regularly change filters in your heating and air conditioning systems.

Periodic Maintenance
Use a reputable wool carpet professional to do a thorough cleaning periodically to remove the deepest soils. There are several deep cleaning methods you can use to ensure the beauty and life of your wool carpet, rug or stair runner.

Download PDF, Complete Guide to Caring for Wool Carpet.

Wool Looks Better Longer
Wool not only wears longer, it also keeps its good appearance and stays new looking longer. Each wool fibre is made up of millions of coiled springs that stretch and give so it won't lose its crimp or ability to spring back in traffic areas. With a greater life expectancy, wool will maintain its newness and original appearance longer.

Wool Resists Dirt
Its ability to absorb moisture prevents a build-up of static electricity and therefore wool does not attract lint and dust from the air. Also, the crimp in the wool of the fibre assists in keeping dirt from penetrating the surface and also makes it easier to clean.

Wool is Water Repellent
While wool can absorb moisture, it repels liquids. The scales on the outside of the fibre cause liquid to roll off the surface. If water spills on your area rug, runner or broadloom, it will take quite some time before the water penetrates. Wool fiber effectively responds to changes in humidity, making wool suitable for every climate. Wool can absorb up to one-third of its own weight in vapor depending on relative humidity, synthetic fibres can only absorb 2-3% of moisture before they begin to feel wet.

Wool is Warmer in the Winter and Cooler in the Summer
Tests show the insulating properties of wool can cut heat loss by 13%. It can also help keep you cool by its ability to absorb 30% of its weight in humidity without feeling damp or wet.

Wool Improves Indoor Air Quality
Wool fibre is too long and too coarse to be inhaled. Its natural, non-allergenic fibre does not promote the growth of bacteria or dust mites, which is good news for asthma sufferers and people with allergies. Unlike synthetic fibers, wool absorbs contaminants in the air like formaldehyde, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide.

Wool is Environmentally Friendly
Wool is a completely natural and renewable resource that is biodegradable. Wool readily biodegrades in soil because it breaks down into plant nutrients such as nitrogen, sulfur, carbon dioxide and water.

Wool Is Fire Resistant
Wool is the most naturally flame resistant fibre. It does not have to be specially treated to become non-flammable. It is difficult to ignite and has a low flame spread and heat release properties. This is due to its high moisture and nitrogen content. While it can catch alight, it will not flare up or support a flame. Instead of burning freely, once a flame is removed a cold ash is left which can be brushed away immediately. Wool does not melt or drip and has excellent self-extinguishing properties. As a result, pure new wool complies with many international flammability regulations without the need for additional flame resistant treatments.

Wool Resists Static
Because wool naturally absorbs moisture from the air, the tendency to collect static electricity is reduced. Walking across a wool carpet, you are less likely to receive a shock when you touch a grounded object.

Wool Insulates Against Noise
Wool is a wonderful insulator against noise. Wool absorbs sound and reduces noise level considerably.

Wool is Naturally Elastic
Wool can be twisted, turned and stretched and will return to its natural shape. This is why wrinkles disappear from wool garments and why wool carpets retain their springy pile for many years.

Carpet Definitions

What is Wool?
Wool is the whitest, cleanest and most natural fibre in the world originating from fibre sheered from sheep and twisted into yarn for weaving.

What is Sisal?
Rugs, mats, and matting made from sisal, a natural plant material. Available woven and dyed in various colours, as well as machine and hand painted. Similar flooring is made of jute, coconut, and sea grass.

What is Seagrass?
Seagrass is a grass grown in China in paddies, which are flooded with seawater. The grass is harvested, dried and spun into a strong yarn for weaving. The nature of the grass yarn makes it impermeable, so dying it is difficult. Consequently, sea grass products are a neutral colored product — ranging from a greenish-tan to green-brown, and a light brown. As with most natural products, there are colour inconsistencies, but that adds an interest you don't find in "perfect" products.

What is Jute?
A natural fibre native to India which can be shredded and spun into yarn. Jute yarns are used for backing in woven carpets, or itself woven into sheets and used as secondary backing on tufted carpet. In many applications, jute is being replaced by fiberglass, polypropylene or other synthetic fibres.

What is Coir?
Coir carpet is made from coconut husks to produce a material of great strength. These extremely strong fibres make a tough and slightly course floorcovering that is hard wearing. Fibres are extracted from the shell then crushed, dried in the sun and then woven into floorcovering.

What is Linen?
Linen is one of the first products made by early man coming from cultivated flax plants. When it's used in carpet making, it's blended with other fibres such as wool or cotton. Linen is a strong fibre that doesn't stretch when pulled and as a result, it doesn't readily stand up to traffic.

What is Polypropylene?
Polypropylene (olefin) is a very strong and abrasion resistant fibre. It is considered one of the most stain resistant fibres due to the dye method used called solution dyeing. Solution dyed fibres utilize a process in which the colour is melted into the yarn. Bleaching agents, extreme sunlight, and most household stains have little or no effect on polypropylene fibres.

What is Loop Pile?
A tufted or woven carpet pile surface where the face yarns are comprised of continuous rows of loops that stand upright, producing a wide variety of textures from thick and nubbly to smooth and plain. Loop pile can be level, textured or patterned. Level loop pile carpets wear well because the pile bears the weight of the foot evenly on the surface and tends to hide footprints. Textured or patterned loop is made from two or three varying pile heights.

What is Cut Pile?
Cut Pile carpet has a velvety texture that is very lustrous and beautiful for a formal or semiformal room. It is called Cut Pile because it has loops that are trimmed off so that yarn ends poke upward.

What is Cut-Loop Pile?
Combines loops with cut pile. The cut-loop pile has cut ends that are taller than the loops, creating an informal look.

What is Tufted Carpet?
Tufted carpet is achieved by cutting the tops off the loops so the pile stands upright with an even surface.

What is Woven Carpet?
A tufted or woven carpet pile surface where the face yarns are comprised of uncut loops. Loop pile can be level, textured or patterned.

What is a Serged Edge?
Serging is a method of finishing edges of an area rug. A colour of yarn that closely matches the carpet colour is used and is sewn around the edges in a close, overcast stitch giving a clean finished edge appearance.

Linen and Kaleidoscope Cotton Binding
The binding can be used on an area rug, hall or stair runner. It can be applied showing up to 3” on the face of the rug/runner or stair runner. The binding width does not add to the overall dimension of the rug. Rug and runners are complete with mitered corners and blind stitched

Wool Serged Edge
A wool serged edge looks like a thick fiber that is wrapped around the edge of the carpet continuously resembling a hand-sewn textured look.

Cotton Tape or Cotton Overlay
3/4" Cotton Tape, 1 1/4" Cotton Blind Stitch, 1 1/4" Cotton Top Stitch.

Nylon Machine Binding
Using nylon tape is simplest and least expensive method of finishing a carpet edge

 

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