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Old 05-27-2011, 09:03 AM   #1
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replacing floor

Need to replace rug in Gulf Stream. Funiture is built on top of it. How do you attach take problem. Please.
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You must unbolt the couch/s chair/s, and any items bolted or screwed down through the carpet. Depending on your rig you may need to remove the drivers and passenger seats also. Once this is accomplished any carpet service can remove and replace the carpet.
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In most RVs the carpet is stapled down - with a LOT of staples. I bought a staple puller at a hardware store that helped a lot.

It looks like a flat blade screwdriver with a bent blade that has a V cut in the blade. The ends of the V are sharp so they will slide under the staple and it can be pried up.
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