illustration of carpet components, all about wall to wall carpeting
Illustration: Joe McKendry
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Anatomy of Carpet

In tufted carpeting, yarn is machine-punched through a backing (usually polypropylene) to create rows of loops, which are snipped or kept intact, depending on the style. A second backing (usually polypropylene) is glued on for stability.

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