Let's Do the Twist
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About Let's Do the Twist
Style: TV108    
Fiber Brand: Anso Nylon
Width: 12' 0"
Style Type: Twist
Close Style Type

Loop: Create texture with uneven loops, or choose uncut level loops for high-traffic areas.

Pattern: Go for dramatic, unique visuals with loops and cuts of varying heights.

Texture: Create a less formal look with the smooth, level finish of twisted yarns.

Twist: Go for a soft, comfortable, casual look with this longer cut pile, also known as Frieze.

Face Weight: 43.90 oz./sq.yd.
Close Face Weight

Face weight is measured as per unit area of pile yarn floor coverings according to ASTM (American Society for Testing Materials) method D-5848. Due to several processes involved in manufacturing, such as shearing, the actual finished weight may reflect a variance of up to 7%. The weight is determined by compensating for the factor of commercial moisture regain, as defined in ASTM D-1909. The ASTM measurements are accepted industry norms and the most accurate means of determining face weight.

Stain Treatment: R2x
Backing: Softbac Platinum

Environmental Image

All Shaw carpet and carpet cushion products have been thoroughly tested by an independent, certified laboratory and meet stringent criteria for low chemical emissions. As a result, they have earned the Carpet and Rug Institute's Green Label Plus certification. Learn more about the Green Label Plus program.


twist image Hexapod Traffic Rating 4.00

On a scale of 1 to 5, this carpet receives a 4.00 on a Hexapod test, which evaluates appearance retention after simulated foot traffic.

Shaw's performance rating is based on an international test method known as Hexapod. This procedure evaluates appearance retention of carpet.

The instrument used to test the carpet is composed of a circular rotating drum with carpet placed on the inside. Also placed inside the drum is an eight-pound steel ball with six pods. As the drum rotates, the ball falls on the carpet face, simulating footsteps.

After the standard number of rotations, carpets are then assessed using the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) performance rating scale. The lowest rating of 1 means "severe change in appearance" and the highest rating of 5 means "no change in appearance."

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