|Received:||10/18/2007 1:16:30 PM|
|Organization:||Carpetland U.S.A Inc.|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
|Rule:||Rules and Regulations Under The Textile Fiber Products Identification Act|
Comments:Re: 16 CFR Part 303 - Textile Rule 8, Mohawk, DuPont, and Canada Comment Matter No. PO74201 To: Whom It May Concern, I 'am Writing because of my concerns, and how and why they relate to this fiber, Puttting this fiber in the same position as PET Limits the Value of this Fiber. It's performance is far better that PET / Polyester. I has been years since we experienced problems with the polyester fibers, However to ours salespeople and customers is seems like yesterday. Taking a Superior fiber like Duponts PTT/ Mohawk - Smartstrand and pushing it into a Polyester catagory will take away the advantages of the fiber from the beginning. Having to convince the salespeople let alone the customers that the two are not the same is like trying to get the Salmon not to swim up stream. With all the efforts to get a very good and likeable product into the customers home. We don't need need to create obstacles such as this. To call this fiber a Polyester is to limit it's ability in the minds of salepeople and customers. It's not every day that a good / great fiber comes along. let us help the consumers of this fiber by taking away all the negative baggage that comes with the Bad memories of Polyester.