Stainmaster Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Invista, headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, United States, is a fiber, resin, and intermediates company. It has about 10,000 employees in over 20 countries worldwide. The predecessor DuPont Textiles and Interiors was formed from DuPont's textile fibers division in 2003. The company was given the trademarked name INVISTA and was then sold to privately owned Koch Industries in April 2004. In 1986, the STAINMASTER® brand revolutionized the carpet industry with a stain-resistant technology never before available in carpet, quickly becoming the most recognized carpet brand in America.

Chris Pardington from Flower Mound, TX shares some thoughts about a carpet he got at Stainmaster in a review he wrote for FLOORING.NET: "Very poor quality damaged on install and claim denied, Spent over $4000 to carpet two average-sized rooms. After the installers left, and I finished moving furniture, loose ends of the yarn were found protruding all over. To be exact - twenty one's spots. Two had been snagged further by moving things and pulled out to reveal the backing. Small Dog got ahold of one and easily tore out a large swath. Since the install was incomplete, I stopped work and had Lowes file a claim. A certified carpet inspector came by and a week later my claim is denied due to "unfortunate circumstances" that they won't disclose. Lowes offered to sell me another carpet at the half-price..... A solid no buy recommendation."


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