You can install outdoor carpet in virtually any outdoor space, such as patios, porches and balconies. This coating is available in a variety of grades, textures and fibers, unlike traditional dark green lawn. Outdoor carpet is durable and waterproof, but comfortable enough to walk barefoot. Basements are also key areas for outdoor carpet from the carpet requires little maintenance. Sweep the floor with a broom to remove dirt. Inspect the floor for protruding screws, nails.
Check the outside temperature, using a thermometer. Install outdoor carpet when the temperature is below 85 degrees and the humidity level is low. High humidity adhesives prevent sticking to the floor carpet. Roll out the carpet on the desired area. Make sure the carpet extends to every corner of the area and covers the entire space.
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Draw a line on the carpet with a piece of chalk to determine where to cut the carpet. Cut the mat to fit the area, using a knife. Roll back one side of the carpet to expose the ground. Apply double faced tape quality to the ground along the edge of space. Place the mat gently on the tape. Press down on the carpet to make sure it is fully adhered to the floor.
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