Look at this bad boy

Discussion in 'Carpet / Textile' started by Robroy, Sep 29, 2019.

  1. Robroy

    Robroy Well-Known Member

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    Worth its weight in gold to me tho :)
     
  2. stan1191

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    A video on youtube would be cool
     
  3. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    No totally agree mate, it ables you to still do the job you (mostly) love, just thought they could have added some bling to it ...its like they forgot to bolt the bodykit to it :D

    Love a new tool but amazes me how the customers love my 2m straight edge out the lot though, "what's that? Specialist tool?......"er no, it's a straight edge" o_O
     
  4. Spacey

    Spacey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Your only stretching between the two heads not the full carpet so this can distort the carpet tension and they also cant be used on concrete sub floors
    Theres a reason why there not widely used
     
  5. stan1191

    stan1191 Well-Known Member

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    Why cant they be used on concrete floors? Arent you thinking of a gundlach spike..
     
  6. Robroy

    Robroy Well-Known Member

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    You obviously haven't used either
    For starters your talking about the super stretcher which I have also recently bought that can't be used on concrete , because the rear spikes dig in to the wood floor , I used it today for the first time , and I can assure you it stretches beyond the rear spikes, very clever really .
    The kneeless has to be used on the angle thats how it works , if you read post 7 you will see how I removed a crease that was the length of the room .
     
  7. Spacey

    Spacey Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Fare enough I was thinking the other one I thought they where all the same tbo and I definitely havnt and will never be using one or any stretcher :)
     

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