Finally got to do a Lifeguard carpet with 2 little pissers. I assumed it would be a long job with tepairs. Lady told me she had some special carpet that I assumed was smart strand of which I have zero love or respect for. Pulled carpet back in hallway to reveal a horrifying latex backing all golden crusted and pad that was ripe. I saw nothing but that thermoplastic backing I've long heard about. Was a little on edge to probably have to spot dye all the urine spots after we flushed away the urine and dye but nothing????? Carpet was nylon?
I'm going to have to rethink my entire procedure now. Oh how nice it will be not to pull and replace pad, but can I handle carpet cleaning with no more wicking issues? Too bad this didn't come out sooner now that consumers are shifting to hard floors. Then again, my average job with Pet problems are absolute wing nuts that think it's okay to let the dog whiz on the carpet cuz the carpet cleaner will make it all good. This Lifeguard carpet may just be a licence for everyone to let thier pets go where ever they want.
Regardless, this is one carpet product I'm impressed with so far but it was my 1st. Will this mean no more delamination at transitions? The backing is different, that's my easy money repair I can count on daily???????????
Maybe I don't like change
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