As with every natural product, the structure of the material changes depending on how the product is treated. The Corale yarn has a long pile and, depending on how the rug is treated, the structure can open up and show a less granular appearance. This change is a natural process and is one of the special features of this quality. The degree of change can be reduced by following the maintenance routine below. It can also be minimized in the areas where heel shuffle or turning occurs by turning the rug regularly. It must be noted that IF the yarn does open up, the core color becomes more visible, which results in a slightly different look.
The core-spun yarn is produced by wrapping a cover structure around a central yarn structure. The fiber is dyed and a fusible fiber is added to the blend before spinning. The construction is built during the spinning process and then felted to bind the fibers together. The fusible fiber in the blend is also activated during the drying of the yarn after felting to help the binding of the two structures together. The felting process is a mechanical process to bind the fibers, and the fusible fiber is a technical addition to help this binding. The yarn, constructed in this way, is a luxurious yarn and its use for heavy contract purposes can be limited.
Corale has been tested by TNO and is suitable for both the private and contract market.
L x H
450 x 0½ cm
177¼ x 0¼ inches
Various configurations available