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Shag carpet
Shag carpet

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Posted by CJ at 8:33 pm (PDT) on Sat August 27, 2016   
@loyalTubist - I see that you also served as. "voice activated TV remote control" like the rest of Baby Boomers - Congrats! LOL
Posted by LoyalTubist at 8:00 pm (PDT) on Sat August 27, 2016   
When I was a kid I had to walk through eight feet of plush shag carpet in the living room to change the TV channel.
Posted by freddo30 at 4:00 pm (PDT) on Wed April 20, 2016   
Our new house built in 1968 had it in every bedroom. Almost indestructible.
Posted by obie--wan-kenobi at 7:37 am (PST) on Wed November 4, 2015   
Lots of party vans lined the interior with shag carpet!
Posted by CJ at 7:17 am (PST) on Wed November 4, 2015   
The pattern pictured above must have been one their most popular patterns. It is EXACTLY what I had in my living room.
Shag carpets were also notoreous for "eating lost contact lenses"! LOL
Posted by gracebowling at 11:07 pm (PDT) on Mon June 2, 2014   
We have a similar carpet installed in our living room and simply the use of a carpet rake is not sufficient to clean the carpets. So we hire professionals to get this work done. You can get details on this at http://www.centralsydneycarpetcleaning.com.au online.
Posted by obie--wan-kenobi at 10:01 am (PDT) on Mon September 24, 2012   
Anyone remember using a "carpet rake" to spruce up the shag pile?
Posted by paktype at 4:35 pm (PDT) on Wed March 14, 2012   
My mother had a reddish/orange shag carpet installed in her living room and dining room in 1975.

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