Practical and inexpensive - seagrass carpet may be the perfect solution to covering your floors.
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Laying a sisal carpet for the first time? Help is at hand! Find out everything you need to know about installing seagrass carpet (also known as jute carpet) with this video tutorial.
In this video you'll learn how to lay seagrass carpet - sometimes referred to as jute or sisal carpeting
Seagrass carpet is an aesthetic alternative to the classic carpet, which hides any irregularity on the floor
To do this you'll need: seagrass carpet, a vacuum, a broom, a mop, a screwdriver, double-sided adhesive tape, a boxcutter, and a carpet smoothing tool
Laying seagrass carpet is done in 4 step which will be detailed
Thoroughly vacuum the floor to remove any dust
Finish dusting with a damp mop
Leave to dry.
Unscrew the threshold strip..
Unhinge the door and remove it.
Start by placing the adhesive tape along the walls.
Be careful not to put it too close to the skirting boards
Lay an adhesive strip across entrance of the room where the threshold strip sits
Keep going along all the walls in the room
Then, lay a strip diagonally across the whole room.
Put the carpet roll along a wall and leave an excess of around 10cm .
lay the roll of seagrass carpet in the same way along all the walls of the room.
Cut the carpet at the doorway of the room.
partly fold the seagrass carpet back up to remove the strip covering the other side of the double-sided adhesive tape.
Lay the carpet and make sure it is well stretched.
Fold the carpet back up on the other side and repeat the process.
Carefully mark the spots where the carpet reaches the wall with the smoothing tool
Cut the seagrass carpet with the boxcutter and smoothing tool
Screw the threshold strip back in.
Put the door back in place.
You now know how to lay seagrass carpet