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  1. Andy Greenway

    Andy Greenway New Member

    As the title says ....
    Which is your preferred choice and why ?
    Pro's and Con's
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  2. Tom

    Tom Active Member Pro Floor Fitter

    Speedcatt is brilliant for setting carpet on gripper but I don't tuck with it I use tucking knife
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  3. 1940

    1940 Active Member Pro Floor Fitter

    I use a small bolster, and don't use a speedcat as I haven't got one.
  4. Spacey

    Spacey Active Member Pro Floor Fitter

    I don't use any of the tools I haven't got :rolleyes:
  5. Rugrat

    Rugrat Active Member Pro Floor Fitter

    It is all personal choice and which tool feels right too you..
  6. Stanley Flooring

    Stanley Flooring New Member

    I use the speedcat,good for creasing onto the gripper,if the carpets soft it tucks them well,i.e sensations and new oaklands,but when theyre stiff and full of latex i dont bother and use a plastic bolster.
  7. Stanley Flooring

    Stanley Flooring New Member

    Update on the speedcat,to use it to its best effect you need to stretch and crease all walls on,then it tucks them nicely but being metal wheels it marks the skirtings if youre not careful.

    Tried putting some hobbycraft felt on on the wheels but that lasted a day lol

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