Sisal stair runner with latex backing - best method to install?

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  1. nezdub

    nezdub Member

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    Hello, looking to install a sisal runner with latex backing to my freshly painted wooden stairs.

    I have come to this method after reading for a few hours:

    - F40 Styccobond on stairs
    - Duralay 650 on treads (should I also do risers?)
    - F3 styccobond
    - Dunelm Sisal Runner with border.

    I don't plan to use grippers, but will be using staples to tighten the runner to corners, etc.

    Could anyone share a yay or nay for this plan?

    Many thanks

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  2. nezdub

    nezdub Member

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    Just bumping this in case there's any advice before I start it this weekend?

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  3. Paulio

    Paulio Active Member

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    Not using gripper? Sisal on stairs needs gripper. Job for a professional to be honest, although I’m not assuming you’ll make a bad job. Good luck
     
  4. nezdub

    nezdub Member

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    Thanks for your reply. I will use gripper then. Appreciate it

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  5. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    You want blind gripper. No pins.
     

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