Pattern Walkout

Pattern Walkout

Pattern Walkout

Pattern walkout

Pattern walkout

Pattern walkout - New compared to installed carpet

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Crushing

Bret Whitehead - Pattern walkout 2
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crushing

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Crushing

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Rolling traffic

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What you need to know

Pattern walkout can occur in higher concentrated traffic areas on a patterned carpet. When the higher pile height pattern is compressed from use, the pattern is no longer defined between the high and low pattern areas. This can occur on any patterned carpet but is most often found on cut-loop patterns where the cut pile patterns have a higher pile height than the loop pile patterns. The fiber type, pile height, and

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