Double Stick Bubbles

Double Stick Bubbles

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Lack of adhesive transfer

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Double stick bubbles

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Lack of adhesive transfer

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Lack of adhesive transfer

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Double stick bubbles

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Lack of adhesive transfer

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Double stick bubbles

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Commercial facility

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Lack of adhesive transfer

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What you need to know

Double stick or Double Glue is the method of carpet installation where the cushion is first glued to the substrate and the carpet is then fully bonded to the cushion. This is one of the best methods of installation in large commercial and hospitality facilities where correct power stretching may be difficult. Double stick is also a good choice in installations that receive heavy or unusual rolling traffic loads. The success of double-stick installations is dependent on several factors. These include the following:

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