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Durable Eco-Friendly Carpet from SoftSpring

By: Jodi Marks
Samples of SoftSpring carpet in a range of styles and colors.

SoftSpring carpet is available in a wide range of styles and colors.

If you’re looking for a durable, soft, carpet for your home, look no further than SoftSpring carpet.

Advantages of SoftSpring carpet include:

  • Twice the fibers per strand of ordinary carpet.
  • Available in a wide range of styles and textures.
  • Made of eco-friendly Triexta, which is made from 39% corn sugars.

SoftSpring carpet is available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: You know, if you’re in the market for carpet, you could come over here to the carpet section and be a little overwhelmed. And who wouldn’t be, because there are so many choices.

But, of course, you want to get the trifecta of your good carpet. And by that I mean, you want it to be durable, you want it to be stain resistant, and of course you also want it to be comfortable; because that’s why you’re putting carpet in to begin with.

So, look no further than right here. Now, this is a carpet by SoftSpring. And I’ll tell you what, this is actually so soft. And the reason it’s so soft is it has twice the fibers per strand of ordinary carpets. So check that off, it’s going to be comfortable.

But take a look at all of the different color choices and textures that you have. So, you’ve got a lot of different options when it comes to this carpet choice. Another thing which I like about it is, you know, carpets are either made from a nylon fiber, a polyester fiber, but this one isn’t.

This is actually made out of Triexta. And what that means is, it’s made from 39% corn sugars, which is a green renewable resource. It makes it durable, it makes it last longer, and of course it is beautiful.



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