Carpet for Basement Stairs – Sticking the carpet on stairs will prevent wrinkles and loose rugs from developing bumps on the rung ladder. However, glue should never be used just to install carpet on a ladder. It should be used with other fasteners to hold the carpet more firmly in place. Applying the glue is a simple process that will have the carpet while it is fixed more firmly.
Place the rivet-free strips on the back of each step staircase and on the bottom of each stair lift. Measure the carpet of the stairs. Measure the rolling bandwidth and the total length of the ladder. If you are covering the carpet roll on each step and elevator thread, measure accordingly. Cut the carpet stepped on only pieces or a large piece that hangs the entire ladder, using the knife.
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Carpet hook in the rivet strip at the top of the stairs. Apply glue to the stair lift (if applicable) and tread, using the tail paddle. Stretch and pull the carpet down on the tail to eliminate wrinkles. Continue to apply glue between the strips without rivets, pull the taut carpet over the glue and secure it to the following strips until you reach the final strip. Allow the glue to dry for 24 hours. Trim the edges of the carpet with the knife.
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