Pros and cons of viscose carpet – Chinar International
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Pros and cons of viscose carpet

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Pros and cons of viscose carpet

Pros and cons of viscose carpet


Viscose is intended to replace silk and thus has a similar delicate quality and sleekness – you will hardly find any smooth and softer carpet then viscose carpet.

In contrast to polypropylene, the viscose carpets are not static and they are very good isolators so that you will stay warm during winter. Moreover, they continue to have a thick stack which makes them actually extravagant and reassuring-just order one and see the difference.

In spite of the complicated production method, Viscose can still be made comparatively of low cost. Viscose is very inexpensive when compared against cotton, even polypropylene, so if you’re on a budget, it’s always worth wondering.

Viscose has an image, color and texture consistency that with natural fibers is difficult to accomplish. Some viscose carpets will regularly give that lavish, chromatic, appearance. (Particularly the Elegance extend from Intercontinental Trading)



In contrast to 100% man-made polypropylene fiber, viscose is quite sensitive and does not absorb severe substances such as bleach or any moisture.

Water gets into the cellulose fibers and causes them to expand and the carpet’s curves will ‘ flourish ‘ and become mildly fluffy- in severe instances, they may even lose color and create a yellowish color.

This is not making the carpet useless, but it will be visible. Use a dry-cleaning solvent or a skilled cleaner is best washed. Dry-cleaning solvent or a skilled cleaner is best used for cleaning. However, as wool viscose is protected against humidity penetration in the carpet and can facilitate a lot of cleaning process.

Not really an issue with the carpet, but it is always worth noting out that there are problems with viscose manufacturing and in particular the disposal of some chemicals for our environmentally aware visitors, After all, it’s not simple to get rid of the thing that sulphuric acid is one of the most frequently used ones!

Some procedures (like that used to create Lyocell) are far more socially sound, recycling the bulk of their possibly damaging chemicals. As mentioned earlier, not all viscose is equivalent.

So the bottom line is if you want a good looking carpet, feel well and don’t ruin the viscose is a great option but you might want to try wool instead if you’re looking for a carpet which stands up to a lot of difficulties.

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