Carpet Shears - Cutters Architectural Smoothedge Domestic Smoothedge Smoothedge Cutters
Carpet Trimmer Floor Scraper Heat Iron Knee Kicker
Knee Pads Loop Pile Cutter Power Stretchers Spike Rollers
Stair Tool Top Cutter
Nail Guns

If you need a Nail Gun Repaired this guy is the "Nail Gun REPAIR King"

Architectural Smoothedge

NB:Their should be at least three (3) rows on nails (pins) on "Quality" Architectural Smoothedging.

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Domestic Smoothedge

We deem this type of smoothedge as "RUBBISH" and do NOT recommend it use, unless being installed behind another row of Smoothedging.

Smoothedge Cutters

An installer should have a cutter similar to the, above, you can use a wide chisel or bolster, avoid using a hammer  to break the smoothedge.

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Garden Shears

Professional Shears

$35 Cordless Cutters

Purchase fgrom Bunnings.



Professional Shears

Hobby Shears

You can purchased these scissors from most hardware's for $10.

These are strong enough to cut all our floorcoverings. If you are planning to loose lay your carpet, it is best to seal the edges with PVA glue and let it dry before cutting, then it will stop the fraying of the edges.

Carpet Shears

Professional Carpet Shears, Sterling brand $25~$35.

Knee Pads

Knee Kicker

An extendable knee kicker is useful in narrow halls or areas, where you press your foot off the skirting instead of kicking to stretch.  The lighter this tool is the better, as a heavy knee kicker will work against the impact force of you kicking.

Basic Top Cutter

Can be used for accurate cutting following separated pile or pattern.

Use special slotted blades (Trade tool).

Edges can be easily marked first, cut then sealed to be joined.

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Loop Pile Top Cutter

Best used in the warehouse or by the apprentice on site, so he won't cut through two levels of carpet when not required.

Knee Pads

Carpet Trimmer

This tool cuts, carpet to the right height to tuck behind the smoothedge or in the case of direct sticking of floorcoverings, to fall neat with the wall or edge.

Knee Pads

We consider these knee pads to be the Best set of knee pads we have found, they are made by CRAIN & have Velcro straps that are wide to stop circulation restrictions, as well as an extra pad to protect the knees whilst kicking out the carpet.

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Heat Iron

(Crain grooved heat iron)

This is one of the best on the market, it allows for more glue to contact the backing of your product instead of being spread out by a flat based iron.

Stair Tool

Used to tuck in carpet on stairs or perimeter wall areas, can also be used to Break Smoothedge.

Spike Rollers

Used for rolling over a join in Carpet. Again if your installer doesn't have a roller type one of these he is a "Cowboy".

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Floor Scraper

To remove debris from the floor.

Power Stretchers

The first one has a swivel head, these power stretchers are used to stretch out large areas of carpet or to make it easier on the installers Knees and you get a proper stretched carpet.

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