Chenille floor Mats
exported abroad are dyed with reactive dyes. However, in order to reduce costs and seize the market, many small factories adopt general dyeing. So the price is 10% cheaper than that of reactive dyeing.
The quality of a cotton chenille floor mat
depends on the surface of the pile. If the thickness of the pile is uneven, that is to say, there are holes in the root of the pile, which is thicker, and the top of the pile is thinner, then it is not a good chenille floor mat. A good cotton chenille carpet is the same thickness and uniformity as the top of the pile and the root. And shake a cotton chenille carpet and lay it on the floor. If the pile is all neatly facing to one side, that's the best product. The standard cotton chenille carpet has an average pile of about 3cm.
Density and Gravity
First of all, it is affirmed that the chenille floor mat
with not necessarily high density is a good mattress. Because if the density is high and the pile is very short, or if the density is very high, the overall effect looks very bad. At present, the most standard cotton chenille carpet for export weighs 1500-1600 g/m2, and the average pile is about 3 cm. This kind of pile effect is the best.