Color Crocking

Color Crocking

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Color transfer from bluejeans to carpeting during carpet cleaning

Lab Test- Crocking

Lab Test- Crocking

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Color transfer from three different pairs of old blue jeans

Color Crocking

Color Crocking

Lab Evaluation - Crocking

Lab Evaluation - Crocking

Color Crocking

Color Crocking

Color Crocking

Color Crocking

Color comes off carpet onto socks

Color comes off carpet onto socks

Lab Test - Crocking

Lab Test - Crocking

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Color transfer from old blue jeans using plain water

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Color transfer from a bluejeans

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Color transfer from bluejeans to carpeting during carpet cleaning

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Color transfer from bluejeans to carpeting during carpet cleaning

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Color transfer from bluejeans to carpeting during carpet cleaning

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What you need to know

Crocking occurs when the dye has not properly penetrated or chemically bonded to the fibers. It can also occur due to incorrect dye selection, excessive dye application, or insufficient washing and chemical treatments after the ……

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Missing Row

What you need to know A missing row can occur during the tufting process when a yarn end comes out...
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Browning

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Wrinkles in Backing

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Unraveling

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Tube Line-Pile Reversal

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Traffic Lane Gray

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Top Cuts

What you need to know Top cuts are a condition that occurs due to installer carelessness at the time of...
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Tip Bloom

What you need to know Tip Bloom is a normal characteristic of any cut pile carpet when subjected to traffic...
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Texture Variation

What you need to know Texture variations can occur from many different manufacturing-related conditions including uneven shearing across the carpet...
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Tension Lines/Streaks

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