15.7 Square Metres of Premium Carpet Underlay £55 @ Very.co.uk
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15.7 Square Metres of Premium Carpet Underlay £55 @ Very.co.uk

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Found 11th May 2013
Been looking for some decent underlay for a while and this seams like a excellent deal for 15.7 square metres of premium underlay. Went looking in some shops yesterday and its around £65 - £80 for around 11 sqm.

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check out underlay4u - I got the same stuff loads cheaper than in the shops - and more choice

Cold you can get a quality 11mm underlay, such as Cloud 9 Cumulus, delivered for under £40, these jokers don't even tell you how thick this stuff is oO
Edited by: "kiwikeen" 11th May 2013

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kiwikeen

Cold you can get a quality 11mm underlay, such as Cloud 9 Cumulus, … Cold you can get a quality 11mm underlay, such as Cloud 9 Cumulus, delivered for under £40, these jokers don't even tell you how thick this stuff is oO



Can you post a link where i can get this Cloud 9 stuff for under £40 del? Been looking for some of it. I know i've contacted them asking how thick it is and what brand it is.

you can buy cloud 9 (11mm) for £44 on ebay far better underlay

cloud 9
Edited by: "adwozere" 11th May 2013

adwozere

you can buy cloud 9 (11mm) for £44 on ebay far better underlaycloud 9



Can this be put down on any type of flooring prior to a carpet? Thank you.

Sophiasky

Can this be put down on any type of flooring prior to a carpet? Thank you.



Yes it’s very Versatile and easy to lay, just leave a gap around the edge of the room for the gripper rod (about one and a half inches) and then just tape all pieces together with some tape, it can also be stapled to the floor if you don’t want it to move when putting the carpet over it.

adwozere

Yes it’s very Versatile and easy to lay, just leave a gap around the edge … Yes it’s very Versatile and easy to lay, just leave a gap around the edge of the room for the gripper rod (about one and a half inches) and then just tape all pieces together with some tape, it can also be stapled to the floor if you don’t want it to move when putting the carpet over it.



That would be ok for upstairs, but my sitting room has a hard stone floor (I have just put a carpet on top of it) - how would I fix the Versatile to this flooring so it would not move around - would double sided tape be sufficient to hold it in place? Thank you.

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Sophiasky

That would be ok for upstairs, but my sitting room has a hard stone floor … That would be ok for upstairs, but my sitting room has a hard stone floor (I have just put a carpet on top of it) - how would I fix the Versatile to this flooring so it would not move around - would double sided tape be sufficient to hold it in place? Thank you.



I normally use spray glue to stick it too the floor, or you could use double sided tape.

DirectDeal

I normally use spray glue to stick it too the floor, or you could use … I normally use spray glue to stick it too the floor, or you could use double sided tape.



Thank you for all the helpful advice from everyone.
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