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Carpet Knee Kicker £19.99 Screwfix

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Posted 4th Mar
Carpet-stretching tool with adjustable tooth depth and protective buffer pad.


Colour Green
Manufacturer Guarantee 1 Year Guarantee
Pack Size 1
Pieces in Pack/Case 1
Total Product Weight 2.31 kg
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chapchap04/03/2019 10:10

So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the …So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the edges? I have a wonky floorboard right in the middle of my bedroom which i keep wanting to fix


I would use a wide masonry chisel (like a masonry bolster chisel) to pat the carpet down onto the grippers and slide it under the skirting boards. Not a hammer as you may damage the nails /gripping on the carpet grippers and metal edging strips.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 4th Mar
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Really good purchase!. Sometimes I want to get at pipes or cables in the house and cant because I will disturb the carpet and it will never get back properly afterwards. This chap should sort that right out!
Same price on ebay
polarbaba04/03/2019 08:53

Really good purchase!. Sometimes I want to get at pipes or cables in the …Really good purchase!. Sometimes I want to get at pipes or cables in the house and cant because I will disturb the carpet and it will never get back properly afterwards. This chap should sort that right out!


Easy enough to pull carpet up and put down yourself afterwards? Complete beginner here!

Have some really noise floorboards would like to sort but carpet stopping me.
Heavenkiss04/03/2019 09:53

Easy enough to pull carpet up and put down yourself afterwards? Complete …Easy enough to pull carpet up and put down yourself afterwards? Complete beginner here!Have some really noise floorboards would like to sort but carpet stopping me.


Once you've pulled the carpet out, and done what you need to, you should be able to stretch it back with this back to where it should be on the carpet grippers on the edges.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 4th Mar
polarbaba04/03/2019 09:55

Once you've pulled the carpet out, and done what you need to, you should …Once you've pulled the carpet out, and done what you need to, you should be able to stretch it back with this back to where it should be on the carpet grippers on the edges.


So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the edges? I have a wonky floorboard right in the middle of my bedroom which i keep wanting to fix
chapchap5 m ago

So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the …So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the edges? I have a wonky floorboard right in the middle of my bedroom which i keep wanting to fix


You use your knee with the tool to stretch.

It’s not called a knee kicker for nothing.
Edited by: "karlypants" 4th Mar
chapchap04/03/2019 10:10

So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the …So you just need this and a hammer to tap in onto the grippers around the edges? I have a wonky floorboard right in the middle of my bedroom which i keep wanting to fix


I would use a wide masonry chisel (like a masonry bolster chisel) to pat the carpet down onto the grippers and slide it under the skirting boards. Not a hammer as you may damage the nails /gripping on the carpet grippers and metal edging strips.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 4th Mar
Really useful to have around for small jobs
Not a massive deal, lots of similar low quality knee kickers out there for similar money.

£39.99 was way overpriced!!
These are a must if you're fitting your own carpets, have used one for two bedrooms now.
I didn't even know carpets had knees.
Bought - thanks for that as have hired them in the past, but need to put carpets back properly after working on pipes and electrics round the house.
Thanks, bought one as my carpet has all come up at my bathroom door, hopefully can use this to get it hooked back onto the grippers. Also want to look at a raised floorboard outside my airing cupboard.
I bought mine for that price a while a go from ebay. Be careful not and make sure the blades are seated properly in carpet otherwise you are it will ruin your carpet and your day...
Bought a draper one a few years back. Carpeted all my rooms with it except living room. Ended up with a sore knee but job done. Spikes adjustable and lethal lol so be careful. Good for kicking out undulations after carpets have been down awhile. Buy a bolster too .
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 4th Mar
StevenHart9 h, 12 m ago

These are a must if you're fitting your own carpets, have used one for two …These are a must if you're fitting your own carpets, have used one for two bedrooms now.


Yes, 2 rooms and a wee bit of knowledge and it's paid for itself with change back!!
polarbaba04/03/2019 10:17

I would use a wide masonry chisel (like a masonry bolster chisel) to pat …I would use a wide masonry chisel (like a masonry bolster chisel) to pat the carpet down onto the grippers and slide it under the skirting boards. Not a hammer as you may damage the nails /gripping on the carpet grippers and metal edging strips.


The one posted by @apur32 for £4.99, also at Screwfix would do the job

hotukdeals.com/dea…820
hoverdonkey8 h, 29 m ago

I didn't even know carpets had knees.


Have you never heard of Chi Knees rugs!!
M-M1 h, 58 m ago

The one posted by @apur32 for £4.99, also at Screwfix would do the …The one posted by @apur32 for £4.99, also at Screwfix would do the jobhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/roughneck-brick-bolster-guard-4-x-812-499-free-cc-see-op-for-more-tools-saving-screwfix-3191820


Looks good
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