carpet pad

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Noun1.carpet pad - a pad placed under a carpetcarpet pad - a pad placed under a carpet    
pad - a flat mass of soft material used for protection, stuffing, or comfort
underfelt - a carpet pad of thick felt
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A carpet will slip on its carpet pad. Prophesies will cease, tongues will be stilled, knowledge will pass away.
"You can use a little water on the stain but not too much you dont want to douse the stain, or the water will seep into the carpet pad and will take longer to dry and also possibly mildew," Ross says.
For instance, he continued, "We specify the use of only low VOC [volatile organic compounds] paints and cleaners at all of our properties and all recycled carpet pad and carpet products.
Carpet pad is the term Americans use for what item of household furniture?
And some will say that the decision about what carpet pad to use might outweigh that of the carpet's texture--both literally and figuratively.
Presently, the standard of care says that carpet pad (cushion or underlay) restoration can be considered if begun within a period of 72 hours, depending upon temperature (IICRC, 2006).
Although I had no trouble choosing a color, I am having some problems determining the proper type and thickness of carpet pad. Is thicker better?
The affordable housing development--guided by the Pratt Center for Community Development--seeks a LEED Silver certification and its design includes low-VOC paints, cabinets, countertops, carpet, carpet pad and insulation.
They didn't have high salary and cushy jobs--these people spent years getting up close and personal with carpet pad, with all the smells America's pets left behind.
A carpet price analysis includes the carper, a like-kind-and-quality replacement carpet pad, installation labor, and retail margin.
Leibrock recommends against using a carpet pad. If one must be used, she says a tight, dense pad with latex on both sides may reduce slippage.
What to do with the masses of rotted carpet pad and coils of ancient black-sheathed wiring?