I'll tumble for ya....I'll tumble for ya....

Discussion in 'Rugs and Textiles' started by T Monahan, Jun 30, 2017.

  1. T Monahan
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    Great footage Tom!
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    Thanks! This was just for fun. The teaching version will be on our website likely next week.
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    Great machine. Who gets all the loose money and diamond rings and such?
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    If we detect any in the pile of debris, we bag it and try to determine the customer and return it. We have done so pretty effectively over the years. Usually it is easy to figure out. Look for the thick pile or shag rug owners first.
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    Sorry it got stuck in my mind. Had to. :biggrin:

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    Very impressive!

    Do the Cross Contamination Fags cry foul on that process?

    Are Tufteds ruined in that process?

    Will you still run the Wolverine and a vacuum before getting a rug wet?
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    An operator uses discretion on what kind of rugs enter into the cage dance with others. I personally show discrimination against worn out braids and tufted rugs. I'm on the lookout for worn out, weak or dry rot cotton foundations that will not sustain through the tossing turning of the tumble. I also look for any side cord weakness that is often the case with some production made Pakistan rugs. All in all, few relative to the majority become the concern. No I don't use a Wolverine too.
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