Cellulose Browning of Carpet

Cellulose Browning only occurs when the jute backing of your Carpet has been overwet . This then causes bleeding of lignin cellulose to the tips of the carpet yarns. This upward flow of moisture on the fibre surface during drying is referred to as wicking. For this to occur the Carpet has been overwet or taken too long to dry. Correction of Cellulosic browning can be achieved by using several cleaning agents.

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