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Joy Carpets Hook and Ladder Kids Area Rug Blue

Item# 268-JCI111-9-AF | Model# 1415-D-BLUE | Added on July 15, 2015 |
Joy Carpets Hook and Ladder Kids Area Rug Blue
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Type 6 6 2-ply nylon fiber with StayFlex backing. Bound and serged for maximum durability. Fire-resistant and ideal for indoor areas. Proudly made in the USA. Fire engines and Dalmatians on a colorful backdrop. The Hook and Ladder Carpet from Joy Carpets is perfect for a child' s room. Shiny red fire engines and playful Dalmatians are scattered across a bold colored background in your choice of red green or blue. This colorful carpet adds a fun accent to any setting.Sizes available3 feet 10 inches x 5 feet 4 inches5 feet 4 inches x 7 feet 8 inches7 feet 8 inches x 10 feet 9 inches13 feet 6 inches broadloom27 inch x 46.8 inch pattern repeatThis carpet features SoftFlex backing which is an air-texturized polypropylene secondary backing that's designed to withstand the most demanding situations. SoftFlex is woven tightly yet is still extremely flexible which helps eliminate wrinkles and provide superior protection and insulation underfoot.JoyTuff carpets are STAINMASTER-protected and ideal for home or office use. They are constructed from STAINMASTER BCF Type 6 6 two-ply nylon and feature advanced protection against stain and soil as well as Impervion mold and mildew protection. This carpet is bound and serged for maximum durability and features a SoftFlex back plus a Class I Flammability rating. To maintain simply vacuum regularly and use hot water extraction cleaning as required.This carpet includes the following warranties:Lifetime limited wear warrantyLifetime limited ... read more
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