The “Redbook green TM butterfly effect” encapsulates the notion that even the simplest eco-conscious decisions made now, may make the world of difference for the future.
September 21st, 2011
Redbook green TM ….carpet that makes the world of difference is manufactured using Sorona® polymer, made from 37% natural corn sugar.
The renewable benefits of Sorona® polymer combined with the Redbook green TM exclusive TrueColourTM dye process provides exceptional stain resistance, colourfastness and wear benefits that puts Redbook green TM in a field of its own.
The ultra softness of Redbook green TM carpet will sustain a comfortable lifestyle for you and are your family.
Choosing an Australian made Redbook green TM carpet with 15 Year Stain Resistance, Colourfastness, Wear and Lifetime Antistatic Warranties… will make the world of difference to your home environment.
Redbook green TM is the latest technological advancement in “renewable” carpet manufacturing. Non-renewable ingredients are partially substituted with corn sugar.
The Redbook green TM story begins in the corn field where this renewable resource is naturally.
The corn is harvested and the sugar is extracted from the kernals. Unused parts of the corn are utilised for agricultural feedstock.
The extracted corn sugar is then processed and transformed into Sorona® Renewable polymer, which is extruded to make Triexta yarn.
Finally, the Triexta yarn is converted into Redbook green TM …carpet that makes the world of difference.
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