Ideal DIY 67cm Grey Oxford Ribbed Carpet Runner - Lineal Metre

I/N: 6620779
Per Metre Price correct as at Sat 25 Nov 2017 12:25:22am
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Product Description

Oxford Carpet Runner in 67cm width has a cord ribbed carpet surface and rubber gel grip backing, great for the kitchen, laundry, entrances, hallway, passage, family rooms and bedrooms.

Available in a range of colour options including beige, charcoal and grey. The length required is cut from the in-store roll.

Warning: Rubber type mat backings and protective furniture tips may cause staining on damp and wet vinyl and painted floorings.

  • Attractive cord ribbed carpet surface and 3 colour options
  • Sized 67cm wide, the desired length can be cut from the roll
  • Grey coloured rubber gel backing for grip to flooring
  • Wont fray when cut or shaped, no overlocking required
  • Stain resistant that can be vacuum cleaned or spot cleaned with liquid carpet cleaners

Product Details

Model Name
Carpet Runner Ribbed 67cm Roll, Oxford Grey 293
Model Number
Polypropylene carpet surface and rubber gel grip backing
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:670 H:5 L:25000
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:430 H:430 L:680
Indoor Use
Outdoor Use
Backing material
Rubber gel grip
Cleaning instructions
Vacuum clean, spot clean with liquid carpet cleaners
Collection Name
Carpet runner ribbed 67cm roll
Cord ribbed carpet surface
Commercial / Residential
Domestic residential
Needle loom carpet surface, rubber gel grip backing
Introduction Date
Item Package Type
Machine Washable
Stain Resistant
Per metre
Water repellent

Additional Info

Warranty Info

12 month statutory

Installation Info

Mats made from Black/ Grey Rubber backed carpet can cause staining on vinyl type surfaces when they are damp or moist.

Such mats should only be placed on dry floors. Ensure vinyl floors are dry after mopping before placing floor mats.

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