Tufted carpet on Kalven cat trees

Exceptional softness offering a luxurious feel with very hardwearing properties.

Designed for heavy traffic areas in both contract and domestic locations, these carpets comprise of 2-fold cut pile yarn and have a 100% PA 6.6 pile material on a durable polypropylene backing.

Stain resistant to keep your carpet looking new for longer for ultimate freshness and protection. These treatments have been thoroughly tested to make sure that they are safe for use with humans of all ages and pets.

We started using this type of carpet in 2018 and it's proving to be a great choice for cat trees. It is soft to the touch like the fleece used on competitor products, but is incredibly hardwearing. 

It is also vegan friendy! (Although we don't recommend it as part of your diet!)

Colours available

We visit the carpet supplier regularly and always look out for popular colours.

We have dozens of rolls in stock, you can be sure there is a shade for you and always have a comprehensive range of of the most popular Natural, Cream and Grey carpets.

We also offer a shade matching and swatch service. Please call for more details.
Please be aware that shade matching can delay manufacturing as we are limited to the colours available when we visit.

Cleaning advice

Maintain polysylk carpet by vacuuming regularly. This ensures dirt and dust does not penetrate deep into the fibres.

If the carpet has soiling that needs additional attention, perform spot cleaning:

  • Excessive rubbing and high temperatures on the fibres should absolutely be avoided.
  • Use a cleaning product specifically formulated for carpets and upholstery. Always test on an inconspicuous area first.
  • Never use products intended for another purpose, such as washing-up liquid, soap and household cleaners. Even if the initial result of cleaning appears good, problems can occur rapidly, including quick re-soiling, bleeding of colour and alter the shade of the carpet fibres and backing.
  • Stains in carpets should always be treated immediately. The earlier you fight the stain, the easier the removal.
  • Absorb liquids immediately with an absorbent cloth such as kitchen paper, toilet paper, cotton towel, etc. and dab, not rub. Always work the stain from the outside inwards.
  • Solid substances (e.g. yogurt or similar) remove with a spoon or the back of a knife before it dries.



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