just talking out of my butt here, but I would lean towards the Mohawk. Now I can't rattle off product names or lines like some of these fellows can ( carpet guru's ) but from working with a multitude of both tuftex and Mohawk carpets I have to say that the tuftex seems a lot less resiliant. That and I'm truly impressed with the Mohawk products I have worked with. ...again, take it with a grain of salt. It's just my personal experience. Word of truth, I haven't even looked at the 2 carpets you are looking at. This is just from personal brand experience.
Mark Brown said: ? ...I haven't even looked at the 2 carpets you are looking at.Click to expand... I edited the OP to include links to the mentioned carpets.
Jim McClain said: ? I edited the OP to include links to the mentioned carpets.Click to expand... Oh that's awesome. Thanks!
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