Your questions answered

September 2001
Cabinet Maker;9/21/2001, Issue 5256, p6
Trade Publication
Presents a question and answer concerning business related issues. Issues related to the complaints on seam fraying; Request of the customer for a replacement of the stained carpet; Views on product replacements due to the complaints of the customers.


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