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This section has been reformatted with category pages that are linked in the menus with reports that fit only into that topic. The body of these pages include a description of what the category is about, then the list below that includes a broader list of additional reports that fit into other categories as well.

The reports listed above were actual report, but they confidential information has been removed and some of the content has been changed. In addition, many have been re-edited and changed in numerous ways. The reports in the navigational bars are purely topic of the page; the ones in the lists could fall into other categories.

Below are listings based upon categories and there are duplications of reports that fit into more that one category.

Appearance Retention:

  1. Bad House Keeper Sues Cleaner This report is about a home owner who sue the cleaning company where there was nothing wrong with the cleaning.
  2. Color Loss in the shape of triangles This report was done for a carpet mill who had a two color, cationic dye carpet that lost color.
  3. Crushing Indicative of Olefin This report was done for a carpet mill who make olefin Saxony. As ridiculous as that is, I could not find fault with them.
  4. Crushing Covered Under Warranty on Olefin
  5. Delustering Report This report was done for a cleaning company. Luster is a trade secret of carpet mills; therefore, there is not a lot to works with. However, I not seen a better report than this one for this topic.
  6. Faded But Passed All Lab Test This consumer had three laboratory test performed, but the carpet past all of the tests! However, the mill still gave some of his money back to him.
  7. Fluorochemical Makes Spots from Railway Iron This report was done for the insurance company and the spots were made by spin padding fluorochemical protectant into the carpet.
  8. Matting and Crushing from No Cleaning and Power Stretching This report was done for a carpet mill for matting & crushing where lack of cleaning and improper power stretching were the problem.
  9. Olefin Fades This report was commissioned by a carpet mill where an olefin carpet was found to fade due to sun light. A picture is included.
  10. Olefin Spin Finish This reports gives a good generic understanding of olefin.
  11. No Stain Resistance Make Spots This report was commissioned by the mill. The fiber producer paid the claim.
  12. Bleeding from Cationic Dye on Nylon This report was done for an insurance company and is about the problems of cross-dye systems.
  13. Over Sold Protection The manufacturer commissioned this report. The carpet was sold as being bullet proof, but it was a third generation nylon.
  14. Spot From Reflection This spot was created by sunlight reflecting off a wooden chest.
  15. Resoiling from Defective Fluorocarbon Afterspray This report was commissioned by a consumer where a solvent base fluorochemical protectant caused resoiling.
  16. Seam Sealer on Seams This report was commissioned by the claimant.
  17. Stain Resistance Can be Fixed The manufacturer commissioned this report and then agree to have an independent cleaning firm to apply a product from STEAMWAY INTERNATIONAL to fix the problem.
  18. Stain Resist Loss Due To Improper Cleaning This report was commissioned by a carpet mill and had a commercial stain resist warranty. The stain resistance was destroyed by cleaner who used concrete cleaner.
  19. Stain Resist makes Sticky Substance at Tips 3M contested this report, because the stain resist kit was from DuPont. The carpet was ultimately replaced at the manufacturer's expense.
  20. Specifier Over Sold 3rd Generation Nylon The homeowner who is the commissioner of this report, was told by the dealer that the carpet was ‘bullet proof’. It turned out that the carpet was a forth generation nylon/olefin sisal.
  21. Teflon not applied This report was commissioned by a homeowner where a carpet cleaning company was hired to clean the carpet and apply Teflon. The cleaning was not done correctly and testing showed that the Teflon was not applied.
  22. Traffic Lane Greys This report was commissioned by the specifer, where a management company of a commercial building where it was rumored that they were only vacuuming once a week. ASTM5151 was run to show no defects in the carpet.
  23. Urine Under UV This report was done for a fiber producer where the homeowner's cat a urinary dripping problem.
  24. Protectant That Went Bad Fluorochemical protectant applied after the installation on a wool carpet made a zigzag line.
  25. Yellow Spots made with Spotter This report was commissioned by the dealer and involved Folex. The Foley was found to be of safe pH, and the stain resistance was defective.

Browning

  1. Browning from Jute Backing This report is about a water damage with the carpet turned yellow from cellulosic browning from the jute.
  2. Browning From too Long Drying This report was done for a carpet cleaner, where wicking took place.
  3. Browning from Dog Oil This report was commissioned by the carpet cleaner and there was something liken to cellulosic browning on the carpet.

Cleaning Errors (Professional)

  1. Stain Resist Loss Due To Improper Cleaning This report was commissioned by a carpet mill and had a commercial stain resist warranty. The stain resistance was destroyed by cleaner who used concrete cleaner.
  2. Swill Marks from RX This report was done for the homeowner. There are pictures of what a RX-20 did to a Saxony Plush.
  3. Blue spots from solution hose This problem occur from a Prochem machine and its old hydraulic solution hose after UltraPac Traffic Lane Cleaner got on to it.
  4. Fluorochemical Makes Red Marks Bleach Spots from Railway Iron This report was done for the insurance company and the spots were made by spin padding fluorochemical protectant into the carpet.
  5. Browning from Dog Oil This report was commissioned by the carpet cleaner and there was something liken to cellulosic browning on the carpet.
  6. Bleeding from Cationic Dye on Nylon This report was done for an insurance company and is about the problems of cross-dye systems.
  7. Protectant That Went Bad Fluorochemical protectant applied after the installation on a wool carpet made a zigzag line.
  8. Spots from Rust from an Old Truckmount These carpet cleaners bought an old Bates unit and left sodium percarbonate in it over the weekend. The insurance company called the problem an equipment malfunction and paid for the carpet.
  9. Teflon not applied  This report was done for the homeowner.

Color Loss

  1. Bleeding from Cationic Dye on Nylon This report was done for an insurance company and is about the problems of cross-dye systems.
  2. Bleeding from Cationic Dye on Nylon This report was done for an insurance company and is about the problems of cross-dye systems.
  3. Bleach Spots from Railway Iron This report was done for the carpet mill and there was an agreement in the end for the installer, carpet cleaner, and homeowner to do a three way split for the repair.
  4. Color Loss from Nature's Orange This report was done for a consumer and the mill accepted the claim.
  5. Color Loss from Mop This report was written for an insurance company.
  6. Color Loss from Crocking, Pesticides, & Epson Salt This report was done for the carpet mill and found not fault with manufacturing.
  7. Color Loss in the shape of triangles This report was done for a carpet mill who had a two color, cationic dye carpet that lost color.
  8. Fading four-inch Line This report was done for a consumer where a roller in manufacturing caused a latent defect with the dye.
  9. Formaldehyde Fading on Acrylic This report was done for a consumer after reconstruction of the his house. The contractor was as fault.
  10. Repetitive Odd Shaped Color Loss in Solution Dyed Nylon This report was commissioned by a carpet mill who wanted no pictures until they read the report. It was difficult find a category for this report.

Delamination

  1. Delamination at the carpet's edge This report was done for the carpet dealer and because there was a repeating pattern every three feet, trimming the edge would destroy half the carpet.
  2. Delamination From Latex This inspection was commissioned by the carpet mill and the installers discovered the delamination during the installation.
  3. Delamination from Water This report was done for the carpet mill and they backing was loaded with filler.

Design Flaws

  1. Crushing Inherent in Design This report was done for the homeowner and it is more of a design flaw. However, it was installed on a cold day and without proper power stretching.
  2. Pile Height in Seam from Design Flaw The pile height on this carpet was too high to support its density. Therefore, the yarns would lean over forming a noticeable seam.
  3. Design Flaw Olefin & Nylon This report was commission by the cleaner and the manufacture mixed nylon and olefin.
  4. 'U' shape spot This report was done for an insurance company where a carpet of lessor density is installed in place of a carpet of the same weight. An 'U Shape Spot' starts forming that was likely due in part to the pile height and weight.

Double Stick Failures

  1. DoubleStick Failure from Moisture This was an old installation and was more of a specification problem.
  2. Double Stick Failure in Church This is a very detail report with pictures.
  3. Double Stick Failure1 This was a new installation and the installer missing his open time and did not roll a woven carpet twice.
  4. Delamination on Double Stick This is a great 'BS' report where the actual problem is likely plasticizer migration.

Fading

  1. Fading 3 cycles AATCC 164 This report was done for the dealer and went against the mill based upon three cycles of AATCC164, fading to oxides of nitrogen.
  2. Fading from NO2, tests recommend This report was written for a carpet mill.
  3. Fading four-inch Line This report was done for a consumer where a roller in manufacturing caused a latent defect with the dye.
  4. Fades from artificial lighting This report was commissioned by the cleaning company and showed the fluorescent lighting to be the cause of fading.
  5. Faded But Passed All Lab Test This was a consumer inspection who did get some money from the manufacturer.
  6. Fading from Improper Cleaning This report was done for an insurance company.
  7. Formaldehyde Fading on Acrylic This report was done for a consumer after reconstruction of the his house. The contractor was as fault.
  8. Fades to Sidematch This report was done for a consumer who won in court against the dealer and mill. The judge read the analysis out load in the court room.
  9. Fading Green to Blue This inspection was done for a consumer and was unusual because the yellow dye was defective. This report is an example of fading to ultra-violet light which has a ASTM Standard.
  10. Bleeding from Cationic Dye on Nylon This report was done for an insurance company and is about the problems of cross-dye systems.
  11. Olefin Fades This report was commissioned by a carpet mill where an olefin carpet was found to fade due to sun light. A picture is included.
  12. Repetitive Odd Shaped Color Loss in Solution Dyed Nylon This report was commissioned by a carpet mill who wanted no pictures until they read the report. It was difficult find a category for this report.

Fuzzing & Pilling

  1. Fuzzing from Improper Vacuum Settings This report was commissioned by the dealer.
  2. Fuzzing Defect, no test This report was done for the carpet mill and found fault with manufacturing.
  3. Fuzzing Should Self Correct This report was done for the carpet mill and finds no fault with manufacturing.
  4. Fuzzing From Defective Latex This report was done for a consumer.
  5. Fuzzing from a Knee-Kicker This report was commissioned by the carpet mill and fuzzing was created by the knee-kicker using its short pins on a Frieze cut pile.

Installation Errors

  1. Buckling   Lees Commercial This report was commissioned by the management company and the installer stretched in this Lees Commercial carpet.
  2. Buckling From Power Stretching in Length This report was done for the dealer. The mill agreed to pay half of the claim. Average un-recovered extension   in the length was1.8% and 1.7% in the width.
  3. Installation Errors On Olefin Berber This report was done for a consumer.
  4. Installations Errors Report made Humorous This report was done for the consumer and although it is a serious report, the background information is humorous.
  5. Seams are Fuzzy from Double Cut This report was done for the carpet mill and the installer cut through the middle of yarns on a pool pile creating a fuzzy seam.
  6. Panels Width to Wide This report was written for the end user and most of the panels were not trimmed.
  7. Bad Latex Bad Pad The CUSHION 7/16 Inch Rebond and the DENSITY: 3 lb.s per cubit foot. The AVERAGE LATEX BUNDLE WRAP 58% and AVERAGE LATEX PENETRATION’ 54%.
  8. Bleach Spots from Railway Iron This report was done for the carpet mill and there was an agreement in the end for the installer, carpet cleaner, and homeowner to do a three way split for the repair.
  9. Buckling on a Direct GlueDown This report was done for the carpet mill and there were no legs found in the glue where the buckling tock place.
  10. Formaldehyde Fading on Acrylic This report was done for a consumer after reconstruction of the his house. The contractor was as fault.
  11. Installation Incorrect Pad1 This report was done for a consumer. The cushion was 1/2 Inch Rebond 3 Lb./Sq. Ft.
  12. Installation Errors with Urine This report was done for a consumer who did not pay the contractor for the work done. The contractor loss in court in trying to collect his money.Their best defense was that the consumer had destroyed the carpet with animal accidents.
  13. Seam Failure, no seaming adhesive This report was commissioned by the mill and the problem reported was pulled yarns.
  14. Seam Sealer on Seams This report was commissioned by the claimant.
  15. Seams are Fuzzy from Double Cut This report was done for the carpet mill and they got low-lines from manufacturing too.
  16. Yarn Slippage from too wide panels The panel widths indicated that the selvage was not trimmed enough to satisfy standards.
  17. Unitary Back Carpet Rolled Once This report was commissioned by the mill and installer installed two different carpet with the same faceyarn pattern; one with an ActionBac and the other with an unitary backing. He rolled both of them only once.

Latex Problems

  1. DIMENSIONAL STABILITY
  2. Yarn Slippage from Latex Bundle Wrap The tuft-bind was good, but AVERAGE LATEX BUNDLE WRAP 37% -- AVERAGE LATEX PENETRATION’ 48%.
  3. Bad Latex Bad Pad The CUSHION 7/16 Inch Rebond and the DENSITY: 3 lb.s per cubit foot. The AVERAGE LATEX BUNDLE WRAP 58% and AVERAGE LATEX PENETRATION’ 54%.
  4. Delamination From Latex This inspection was commissioned by the carpet mill and the installers discovered the delamination during the installation.
  5. Buckling From Power Stretching in Length This report was done for the dealer. The mill agreed to pay half of the claim. Average un-recovered extension   in the length was1.8% and 1.7% in the width.
  6. Yarn Slippage from Latex Bundle Wrap The tuft-bind was good, but AVERAGE LATEX BUNDLE WRAP 37% -- AVERAGE LATEX PENETRATION’ 48%.

Lines, Bands, & Streaks

  1. Bands Make Pile Distortions Correctable This report was done for the carpet mill these widthwise texture bands were correctable.
  2. Bands from Shearing This report was done for the carpet mill.
  3. UnCut Loop Report   This report was commissioned by the dealer.
  4. Fading four-inch Line This report was done for a consumer where a roller in manufacturing caused a latent defect with the dye.
  5. Line makes defect This report was done for the management company and
  6. Lines - Improper Heat Setting This report was done for the mill and lines of yarns began to lose twist due to improper heat setting.
  7. Length & Widthwise Lines This report was done for a carpet mill and found a defect in manufacturing.
  8. Roll Crushing   This report was commissioned by the dealer.
  9. Stop Marks The lines in this carpet are visible only to the careful observer.
  10. Lines from Star Roller This report was written for the mill. The dealer demanded a revisit with the mill representative. During this second visit, the dealer denying that they even owned a star rolling when suddenly, a star roll fell out of the installer's jacket.
  11. Lines from Shift Marks This report was written for the mill. The definition for shift marks was given to the ACADEMY OF TEXTILE & FLOOR and to the IICRC from this report.
  12. Streaks appear in One Direction Only This report was written for the mill.
  13. Streak in an Wilton This was a dealer inspection against the mill.
  14. Stop Mark Tension Variation This report was written for the mill.
  15. Protectant That Went Bad Fluorochemical protectant applied after the installation on a wool carpet made a zigzag line.

Maintenance Errors

  1. Bleach with fluorescent This report was done for the carpet mill and the claimant swore that she only used water to do her spot cleaning.
  2. Traffic Lane Greys This report was commissioned by the specifer, where a management company of a commercial building where it was rumored that they were only vacuuming once a week. ASTM5151 was run to show no defects in the carpet.
  3. Bleach Spots from Railway Iron This report was done for the carpet mill and there was an agreement in the end for the installer, carpet cleaner, and homeowner to do a three way split for the repair.
  4. Browning from Dog Oil This report was commissioned by the carpet cleaner and there was something liken to cellulosic browning on the carpet.
  5. Spots from Optical Brightener This report was written for the carpet cleaner and the red spots were created by furniture cleaner with a pH indicator dye.
  6. Spots Made My Acne Medicine This report was done for the carpet mill.
  7. Urine in a Rented Room This report was done for a landlord and explains how to identify and treat urine problems.
  8. Urine Makes Textile Toilet This report was done for a landlord and explains how to identify and treat urine problems.
  9. Urine Under UV This report was done for a fiber producer.
  10. Yellow Spots made with Folex This report was commissioned by the dealer and the Foley was found to be of safe pH, and the stain resistance was defective.
  11. Yellowing from Defective Stain-resist This report was commissioned by the dealer and approximately two weeks after the carpet was installed, the claimant used a product called ‘CARPET FRESH’ that left a red stain.
  12. Yellow Spots from Dog Urine This report was commissioned by an insurance company and the claimant used three different chemicals to get pet stains out and then the carpet yellowed. Although, the yellowing could have been from stain resistance turning yellow, it  turned out to be urine.

Matting & Crushing

  1. Crushing Covered Under Warranty on Olefin This report was done for the homeowner and it was discovered that the carpet mill had a warranty for crushing.
  2. Crushing Inherent in Design This report was done for the homeowner and it is more of a design flaw. However, it was installed on a cold day and without proper power stretching.
  3. Matting and Crushing from No Cleaning and Power Stretching This report was done for a carpet mill for matting & crushing where lack of cleaning and improper power stretching were the problem.
  4. Matting and Crushing from improper Cushion This report was done for a carpet mill for pulled yarn and I lost their business because I changed the issue to call fuzzing against the installer.
  5. Matting & Crushing from Cushion This report was done for a consumer against the dealer. It won in court.

Pile Height & Weight Differences

  1. Thickness Difference This report was done for the homeowner and then the mill.
  2. Seam Peaking on a ENHANCER BACKING The manufacturer commissioned this report and it was installed over an asbestos subfloor.
  3. Pile Height Difference at Seam from Manufacturing The pile height was not the seam on each side of the panel creating a sidematch.

Pooling

  1. Pile reversal due to Tracking This report was done for the dealer and quotes the Song-Beverly Implied Warranty Act, that says "a product sold without an expressed warranty is expected or implied that it will perform to a reasonable standard." The difficulty was in determining what is considered reasonable and that is beyond the scope of this inspection report. The conclusion was "Pile reversal in the carpet in question was due to "Shading" or "Tracking" and is not considered a manufacturing defect. Considerations beyond this are beyond the scope of this report."
  2. Pooling Report for Dealer This report won in court for the dealer. Most of the important information has been left in this version.
  3. Pooling for a Fiber Producer This report was commissioned by the fiber producer.
  4. Pooling on Cut & Loop This report was done for the fiber producer and the serpentine line was broken because this was a cut & loop pile. It also had a Shaw Softbac.
  5. Pooling in Residence for Consumer This report resulted in a new carpet for customer who commissioned report.
  6. Shading could be pooling Shading was pooling and this report was done for the mill. However, a Smoke Gun was purchased to Varity a rumor that the serpentine lines followed the air flow. THEY DO NOT.
  7. 'U' shape spot This report was done for an insurance company. It is not your classic pooling report.

Shedding

  1. Shedding went Away This report was done for the carpet mill and finds no fault with manufacturing, but there again there were no latex test done.
  2. Fuzzing Should Self Correct This report was done for the carpet mill and finds no fault with manufacturing.
  3. Nylon Degradation from Ultraviolet Light This is not your typical shedding problem. The home builder was the commissioner and the carpet past the test for ultraviolet degradation.
  4. Ultraviolet Light Degradation2 This is nylon degradation problem. The carpet mill was the commissioner and the carpet did not pass the test for ultraviolet degradation.

Side Match

  1. Side Match from Hue Differences The manufacturer originally reported that the carpet was from one roll and dye lot. Latter they changed their minds.
  2. Side Match from Texture Differences This report was done for the carpet mill.
  3. Side Match from Peaked Seams This report was done for the carpet mill and the The side match problem in the carpet in question was due to problems inherent in the installation.
  4. Side Match from Installation Errors The panels were too wide.
  5. Side Match from Shading This report was done for the carpet mill. The problem was similar to Pooling.
  6. Side Match from Ultra-Violet Reflection This report was done for the mill and the reflections were likely from seam sealer. Not a classic sidematch report.
  7. Side Match From Pile Compression This report was done for the carpet mill and the faceyarn was shaded on one panel.
  8. Fades to Sidematch This report was done for a consumer who won in court against the dealer and mill. The judge read the analysis out load in the court room.
  9. Pile Height Difference at Seam from Manufacturing The pile height was not the seam on each side of the panel creating a sidematch.

Specification Problems

  1. BNC  Vs Staple This report was done for a homeowner who want the same carpet as they had before. However, the carpet mill had switched from staple to continuos filament nylon and the new carpet did not feel as thick.
  2. Design Flaw Olefin & Nylon This report was commission by the cleaner and the manufacture mixed nylon and olefin.
  3. Specifier Over Sold 3rd Generation Nylon The homeowner who is the commissioner of this report, was told by the dealer that the carpet was ‘bullet proof’. It turned out that the carpet was a forth generation nylon/olefin sisal.
  4. Over Sold Protection The manufacturer commissioned this report. The carpet was sold as being bullet proof, but it was a third generation nylon.
  5. Price Comparison between Old and New Carpet The homeowner who is the commissioner of this report, was involved in an insurance claim and he did not feel that he got the same qualify carpet. He didn't and there were lots of installation errors.
  6. 'U' shape spot This report was done for an insurance company and there is an issue about 'LKQ'.
  7. Seam Peaking on a ENHANCER BACKING The manufacturer commissioned this report and it was installed over an asbestos subfloor.
  8. Wear Problem Carpet Over Sold This report is about a fourth generation nylon carpet and soiling and crushing were normal.
  9. Yarn Slippage no Defect The claimant in this report had the option to get a carpet with better tuftbind, but elected not to. When they complained about pulled yarns, there was no defect found.

Upholstery Reports

  1. pH Indicator Dye On Upholstery This report was commissioned by a cleaner where a green chair turned orange after rinsing with an acidic extraction solution.
  2. Damask Upholstery with UltraViolet Sheen This report is about improper cleaning.
  3. Upholstery Yellows months after cleaning This is two reports; the first was done for the cleaner and the second for the insurance company. The conclusions are weak, but the information should be good.
  4. Chintz Loses Sheen in Dry Foam Cleaning his report was commissioned by a cleaner where a he dry cleans the drapes, but Dry Foam cleans the upholstery.

Water Damage

  1. Houston Flood destroys houses This report was written to get a family to leave their flood damage dwellings due to the health treats of mold.
  2. El Nino rains enters house This report was written for the insurance company.
  3. Water Damage Fraud This report was commissioned by the claimant to document over charges on a water damage claim.
  4. BNC  Vs Staple This report was done for a homeowner who want the same carpet as they had before. However, the carpet mill had switched from staple to continuos filament nylon and the new carpet did not feel as thick.
  5. Roof Leak make Mold This report was done for the condo owner.
  6. Rug Stays Wet from Broken Pipe in Concrete This report was commissioned by the cleaner and nine months after cleaning this rug, he notices that it is still wet from the last time.

Yarn Slippage

  1. Yarn Slippage from Latex Bundle Wrap The tuft-bind was good, but AVERAGE LATEX BUNDLE WRAP 37% -- AVERAGE LATEX PENETRATION’ 48%.
  2. Yarn slippage - Improper Cushion This report was commissioned by the mill and this guy had 1/2 Inch Rebond 3.5 Lb./Cu. Ft.
  3. Yarn Slippage from too wide panels The panel widths indicated that the selvage was not trimmed enough to satisfy standards.
  4. Yarn Slippage The claimant in this report had the option to get a carpet with better tuftbind, but elected not to. When they complained about pulled yarns, there was no defect found.
  5. Seam Failure, no seaming adhesive This report was commissioned by the mill and the problem reported was pulled yarns.
  6. Yarn Slippage no Defect The claimant in this report had the option to get a carpet with better tuftbind, but elected not to. When they complained about pulled yarns, there was no defect found.

Yellowing

  1. Yellowing of All Type This report has yellowing problems from stain resist, light reflections, and atmospheric conditions. It is a long report.
  2. Yellow Spots from Dog Urine This report was commissioned by an insurance company and the claimant used three different chemicals to get pet stains out and then the carpet yellowed. Although, the yellowing could have been from stain resistance turning yellow, it  turned out to be urine.
  3. Yellow Spots made with Folex This report was commissioned by the dealer and the Foley was found to be of safe pH, and the stain resistance was defective.
  4. Yellowing from Defective Stain-resist This report was commissioned by the dealer and approximately two weeks after the carpet was installed, the claimant used a product called ‘CARPET FRESH’ that left a red stain.
  5. Yellowing with Ultraviolet Reflections but not from Urine  This report was commissioned by the dealer and  Resolve was found to be of safe pH, and the stain resistance was defective.
  6. Yellowing Optical & Alkalinity This report was written for the cleaner.
  7. Yellowing from Defective Stain Resist in Residence This report was written for the consumer.