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Old 08-12-2004, 10:35 AM   #15
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Here are a couple pictures covering the floor with smooth ply, than making a template to cut out the vinyl.
The vinyl was cut and laid in one 17 +, foot piece.
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Originally Posted by mdeneen
The commercial carpet I refer to is extremely tight and is "closed loop" unlike plush carpet which is open loop (fuzzy on the ends). Because the pile is only 1/4" high it vacuums and sweeps easily. Naturally sweeping is less effective than vacuum.

Mud and dirt just dries on the surface and comes right off. On a plush carpet, the mud penetrates the fibers as a "stain" - this does not happen with commerical carpet because the fibers are not absorbant, and yet, oddly enough the stuff feels soft to the touch. Think of "Polartec Fleece" for a moment. It is made of PLASTIC and yet it is very soft to the touch. The industrial carpeting is made from a similar polypropelene plastic and thus absorbs nothing.
How is this product different than indoor outdoor carpet which is real cheap?
Mind you, I am a hardwood floor person and am just considering carpet for 68 Overlander and screened in porch...

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