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Many people have a hard time deciding what tufting gun best feeds their needs. Besides the most obvious reason (Cut or loop tufting) there are several other essential differences in between the tufting guns. 1. Design The first thing you notice is ofcourse the design. It can be stated that the ZQ guns have a better finish and less exposed wires and movable parts. This decreases the risk of accidents and in my opinion gives it a better look and feel. 2. Speed control The TD or AK (blue) tufting guns have a speed control button at the bottom of...

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Wool is a natural fiber. It has a structure that, unlike most synthetic fibers, tends to shed and frizz. This goes up for all wool yarns. The spinning proces will help reduce this shedding. High quality wool yarn is therefore always subjected to an extensive spinning process, especially when the purpose of this product is rug yarn. Natural shedding will only become visible over time. It will gradually subside within the first few months. When you are buying or tufting a rug, it is therefore important to make sure that the yarn was properly spun. Buy good wool yarn for...

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Overtime I have tried various types of fabric for tufting. Why is it that only certain types of tufting cloth work for a tufting gun? Take into account: You need an even weave, which means that the cloth is made out of tiny square holes, perfectly lined up. No rectangles or different sizes of squares. The thread should be woven thus able to slide a bit to make place for the yarn when it gets pushed through. A tufting gun has quite a large needle thus the holes need to be big enough to fit through. You need a certain...

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Rugs add color to your interior Although furniture stores show all kinds of cheerfully colored seating furniture, in practice most sofas and armchairs are bought in black. Then the floor almost begs for an exciting color to give an interior the necessary swung. And rugs have the widest color spectrum of all types of floor covering. Sky blue, purple, Ferrari red, corn yellow or apple green? Nothing is too much for a tufted rug!Rug manufacturers follow home fashion closely - literally - and release new colors very regularly.  The newest trend colors aqua, fuchsia and lime are very spectacular. Fresh...

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The back of your tufted rug A good rug underlay  or rug finish offers many advantages besides glue. Leveling the substrate Extra cold and heat insulation Improve sound, noise reduction, damping It extends the life of the top of the tufted rug, your artwork And gives you an extra feeling of comfort Underlay types / tufted rug finish Foam - Only suitable for low loads. Place on felt paper. Filled Paper - Can be used under foam or foam backed rugs to eliminate sticking to your floor. Rubber - With jute or paper backing, this is one of the best...

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