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Repair Berber carpet snags by masking off the area to protect undamaged areas, determining whether to use the snagged thread or replace it, applying carpet glue and pressing the thread in place with an awl and a knitting... More »

To install Berber carpeting, you need enough carpeting and padding to cover the floor in the room, carpet tape, a knee kicker and a power stretcher. You can completely install Berber carpeting in a room in just a few sho... More »

It is safe to steam clean Berber carpeting. In fact, to keep Berber carpet in good condition, steam cleaning is recommended every six to 12 months. It is important to ensure the carpeting dries thoroughly after steam cle... More »

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To install Berber carpeting, you need enough carpeting and padding to cover the floor in the room, carpet tape, a knee kicker and a power stretcher. You can completely install Berber carpeting in a room in just a few sho... More »

The best way to sew patches on a leather jacket is to secure the patch in place with glue or tape, lay the jacket on a flat surface and then use a heavy needle and thread to sew on the patch. Patches can either be sewn t... More »

To repair a loose thread in a braided rug, take the thread out, and connect the two parts of the rug, using a rounded upholstery needle. If there is a problem with a larger part of the rug, undo it up to the place where ... More »