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Anyone lay carpet tiles before?

  1. #1
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    Seems like the very easiest thing I could find to do other than to stop being a bitch.
    Im not trying to do much prep work at all.
    Is the peel and stick any decent or do i have to go with glue?
    Im trying to make this as simple as possible.
    Do I have to sweep up all of the dead bugs or if I miss a few will it be okay?
  2. #2
    Bradley victim of incest
    i laid carpet into your mom 9 months before you were born lil boy
  3. #3
    Bradley victim of incest
    have you thought about focusing on your other goals and missions and quests you have not completed before undertaking this new compulsion
  4. #4
    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    Originally posted by Bradley have you thought about focusing on your other goals and missions and quests you have not completed before undertaking this new compulsion

    I forgot...
    Thanks man.
    I almost spent all my money on clown carpet on accident.
  5. #5
    Aleister Crowley African Astronaut
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  6. #6
    BeeReBuddy African Astronaut [pimp your due marabout]
    Im seriously kind of stuck on how easy this seems to do.
    The only thing I don't like is the fact I am unsure how easy it is to undo.
    Not trying to spread around a bunch of glue and make this permanent because if it turns out to look like shit then it's permanent shit.
  7. #7
    Never laid those tiles...is warpage/shrinkage an issue? I guess it would be depending on the material of the tile...something to think about before gluing anything.
  8. #8
    AngryIVer African Astronaut [my jade controlled morrigan]
    You have to apply the glue yourself most of the time, and the floor has to be 100% free of any dust or debris or the glue isn't going to stick.

    Contact adhesive needs to be applied to BOTH surfaces or it's not going to stick.

    The floor needs to be WARM (IE: Above 50o) or it's not going to stick.

    Keep in mind basement floors are subtly graded towards a drain, so good luck getting it square. The BEST thing you can do is follow the recommended pattern and measure out to the center of the room and start from there working your way out.



    I know you won't read or follow any of what I just said because it's the actual way to do it so..... See you in a month when you start complaining about carpet tiles coming up :)
  9. #9
    RIPtotse African Astronaut [my adversative decurved garbo]
    Make sure to use horse shit as glue.

    Friendly tip from your neighborhood cop horse shit eater
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