Side Match

Side Match

Side Match 3

Side match

Side Match 2

Side match

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Before correction

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After correction

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Side match

Carpet Turned

Side match or carpet turned

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Before color correction

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After color correction

Side Match 4

Side match

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Side match

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Side match

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Side Match 1

Side match

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Texture Side match

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Side match

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Color Side Match

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Color Side Match

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What you need to know

Color Side Match – This occurs due to a manufacturing-related side-to-side color variation across the width of the carpet. One edge of the carpet will be darker, and the color progressively lightens across the width. When the carpet is seamed together, the dark and light sides come together. This is when the variation is first noticed. Some side match conditions occur due to an end-to-end shade variation. This occurs when the carpet dye gets

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