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The materials used in carpet making

Tibetan Wool:

Also known as Himalaya fleece is a fleece delivered from a “Changphel” a high land sheep, The sheep brush more than 14,000 feet by the migrants individuals where temperature can be greatly icy, because of the compelling condition sheep grows long downy, rigidity, and have an abnormal state of Lanolin substance which makes Tibetan fleece the most tough, delicate and rich fleece on the planet. Tibetan fleece has a wide range of normal hues from Dark to grayish. We for the most part utilize Tibetan fleece to deliver our floor coverings.

New Zealand Wool:

It is a fleece from merino sheep originates from Australia and New Zealand, it is one of the brilliant quality finely pleated and delicate fleece comes in immaculate white shading. New Zealand fleece is best for the light shading to immaculate white shading carpets. It is tough, delicate and great shading quick. New Zealand fleece can likewise be mixed with Tibetan fleece, silk and different materials. which gives the diverse trademark when mixed with various materials.

Chinese Silk:

we utilize is the most astounding quality instant spun silk originates from china, we utilize 140NM/2 quality Chinese silk which is delicate, lavish and costly silk. Chinese silk we utilize is a silk from silkworm (Bombyxmori) case. It is extremely understood top of the line silk. The floor coverings made with this silk is profoundly delicate, shinny and lavish. We make 100% Chinese silk floor coverings or fleece and silk mix as necessities.


Also known as workmanship silk is an answer of cellulose xanthate to make a fiber thick rayon, it is produced using recovered wood cellulose, Viscose is not a silk but rather when weaved into carpet, it looks and feels like the silk however sparkles all the more falsely. Thick is a least expensive value material broadly used to substitute the silk in low cost.


It is a characteristic fiber from a cannabis plant which develops in the slopes of Nepal, Hemp is the most grounded fiber and 90% water safe. Hemp floor coverings are extremely strong, harsh composition is an one of a kind normal for a hemp mat. It is incredible for the amazingly high activity territory. Hemp carpets are broadly utilized as a part of common hues which have a theoretical hues impact actually.



It is a characteristic fiber from a flax plant and a standout amongst the most well known normal filaments on the planet. Cloth floor coverings are cool to touch, build up free and exceptionally tough. Material floor covering is suggested on the hot climate zones Linen have a high normal radiance; their common shading ranges between shades of ivory, ecru, tan, or dim. Cloth can be colored in any shading from dyed white to dark.

Weed (Nettle):

Also known as Allo is a characteristic fiber from a bramble plant. It becomes fiercely on the high heaps of Nepal; Nettle is an all rounder plant which is never squandered from leaves to the root. Base of weed is utilized as a diabetic prescriptions, steams are utilized for filaments and leaves are utilized as a tea or vegetable curry. Stinging hairs of bramble plant contain formic corrosive, serotonin and histamine which make the weed plant normal hostile to bug property thus the weed floor coverings are generally utilized without coloring and does not require any carpet medications.

Banana silk:

It is a characteristic fiber from banana natural product tree. Our banana fiber originates from the Planes of Nepal which is developed for the most part for the filaments since 1999. Our banana fiber is hand made filaments and has an extraordinary strength contrasting with the machine made banana strands. Banana fiber sparkles like silk however has an interesting easygoing trademark after weaved into mats. The common shading is white and can be colored in any hues as required.

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