Francine Booker Flooring November 30th, 2018 - 07:19:39
The techniques are very similar if you're fitting rubber. If you learn more than one piece, there's no need to world this fluorine for the best results. We recommend a double cut scene technique demonstrated here when you're doing your wall cuts. You obviously use a hook blade on your joins. You have to use a concave blade. Now I've discovered trying to use straight blades or concave blades the problem with straight blades. It cuts it too tight and it ends up doing this to the actual joint making it peak. So you have to use a concave blade. It's a lot nicer and a lot cleaner cut. So when it comes to doing your joint you've overlapped it by between an inch to two inches overlap now the vinyl underneath is obviously underneath, and you can feel that with your thumb here.
So this is where the actual vinyl underneath is laying now five-position the straightedge. So I can fill the vinyl still underneath I'm just laying a straight edge roughly in line all the way down the joint. So it's roughly about the same distance from my thumb to the straight edge of the length just all the way up, so you can still see that I've still got the same gap there, and I've still got roughly the same gap here once you've got that up. The whole thing you fly brush to the straight edge, using your concave blade. You can position it now. I score it, to begin with just run it gently along the straight edge and just do that several times just keep going and then eventually you actually reach the floor.
When you hear that sound if you've got a later Explorer, you should hear it nice scraping noise, which means that you've hit the bottom of the actual floor itself. If you don't hear that noise you've got keep on doing it until you've scraped through, so I'm still kind and there's that straight now, once you've come to the end of the straight edge. Obviously, you need to move your straight edge. I try and leave the knife in here just so I can slide the actual Strelitz down just gently lifting my and then just trying to line it back up, leave a slight little overhang of the actual straightedge line it back up and then just do your thumb Trick again make sure that you've got the same distance for that.
If there are any discrepancies and just move it over slightly, so it keeps it at the same distance apart so again, 30. I feel like I'm in line again, just gently scoring keep on scoring, and now I should get the scrape every soft and when you've got a long bit, I just tend to cut that off just to make it easier for myself sup and see what I'm Doing then reposition in my straight edge now I've got a stress. You must be on this side of the joint, so you can feel the vinyl underneath if you cut it on this side, so that way it normally leads to join slightly happy. So you can't peel the vinyl Weaver, so you've got the danger that you might actually cut off the vinyl, so you're, not cutting both pieces.