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According to the Carpet and Rug Institute's Standard for the purpose of Carpet Installation 2011, adhered down carpet is supposed to have the ability to cut edges seam closed with a thermo plastic backing or something similar. Then a third bead of joints sealer is supposed to be applied to one edge of the seam to weld together the carpeting panels. Most carpet workers and retailers are unaware of this requirement. It is no wonder that seams are fuzzing in so many buildings. Unfortunately the blame for fuzzing seams gets placed on the carpet company, the carpet cleaners, the vacuum cleaners and the latest one is the newest LEED approved carpet backing. There is nothing further from truthfully. The reason the architects plus the carpet manufacturers insist on every cut edges of the rugs be encapsulated with a seam sealer is that they need it. The development of carpet and the adhesives used to bind the primary and secondary backings has changed for several reasons, primarily to make flooring a carpet greener.

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