EnduraStran yarns have a soil-lifting proponent. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) a synthetic fluoropolymer of tetrafluoroethylene is added in the manufacturing process which is also used as a non-stick coating for pots and pans. These attributes means the yarns shed soil, making cleaning a breeze.
The yarn system is fade resistant, antimicrobial and commercial grade tested for heavy traffic.
Tested to guard against mold, mildew, fungi, and bacteria.
Tested to assure resistance to ignition such as cigarettes or fireplace embers.
Our family of products are made from premium nylon, manufactured in our exclusive EnduraStran construction which is integrated in the manufacturing process.
Nylon is the strongest yarn available. Polypropylene or olefin yarn will crush under distress and can break. Further, Polypropylene and olefin have a natural affinity for soiling.
Nylon is used in things like flags, hammocks and lariot rope.
It’s the perfect resilient yarn that can take the abuse.
We apply two soil lifting properties in the yarn in the manufacturing process enabling a quick and easy clean up on your rug.
By always using premium nylon, infusing soil lifting properties and self-cleaning agents we create what we call EnduraStran fibers. For additional protection, all EnduraStran fibers are carbon-filled, which reduces static electricity eliminating static shock. Our protection does not wear off and is present for the life of your carpet.
Our promise is; when you purchase the EnduraStran brand, your carpets have been tested, treated, and are constructed to meet a high traffic rating.
This commitment to “commercial grade” construction means we are not always the least expensive carpets. However, you know what you are getting and avoid problems associated with cheaper carpets such as, shedding, unraveling, crushing or deep wear from foot traffic.
EnduraStran yarn systems utilize type 6,6 premium nylon fiber, the strongest carpet fiber available. To give you an idea of the strength of nylon, rock climbers entrust their lives to the strength of nylon ropes.