Forum Title: Pile reversal, shading and pooling issues
Have you ever seen those mysterious shadings in carpet that makes it look like the pile is reversing in random areas? It's sometimes referred to as pooling, but many people, including carpet pros, call it pile reversal or shading. It happens in all fibers, although the video below is depicting wool carpet. Wool is very popular in New Zealand, where this news clip is from. And it isn't just one carpet manufacturer, but nearly all have probably experienced this anomaly before. I don't know why Jon didn't just post this himself, but he was asceered that mean old TFP Admin would ban him or something. Jon, if it's news about flooring, it's acceptable.OMG, what happened to the carpet? (4:25) | Breaking & Daily News, Sport & Weather | TV ONE, TV2 | TVNZ
Category: Carpet Post By: LENA HIGGINS (Pontiac, MI), 01/22/2019

Jim McClain said: ? Have you ever seen those mysterious shadings in carpet that makes it look like the pile is reversing in random areas? It's sometimes referred to as pooling, but many people, including carpet pros, call it pile reversal or shading. It happens in all fibers, although the video below is depicting wool carpet. Wool is very popular in New Zealand, where this news clip is from. And it isn't just one carpet manufacturer, but nearly all have probably experienced this anomaly before. I don't know why Jon didn't just post this himself, but he was asceered that mean old TFP Admin would ban him or something. Jon, if it's news about flooring, it's acceptable.OMG, what happened to the carpet? (4:25) | Breaking & Daily News, Sport & Weather | TV ONE, TV2 | TVNZClick to expand... good video

- LORI BENNETT (Deerfield Beach, FL), 04/14/2019

That video was really helpful i install alot of cutpile and when the light hits it a certain way it looks totally diffrent and ive alway wondered wut it is and now i know i can explain to my coustmer nobody knows why its does it but it does........LOL

- TIM HOLLAND (Wilmington, DE), 03/09/2019

I think there?s a disconnect between what a manufacturer does and the perception of what they do and that?s the problem. Either way, the Mills are not to blame for localized issues like this and many others. Unfortunately, so many view them as huge entities that should just fork over their money to make issue's go away and that?s wrong. Personally, I think this is a character flaw, but unfortunately, for the right dealer they have/do and somehow along the way, that has become the expectation.

- ARMANDO ROBBINS (Napa, CA), 03/04/2019

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