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ne9t5r

02:23AM | 03/07/04
Member Since: 03/05/04
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Hey to All--Here's my problem:I bought his house in December. It came with kitchen carpet, but because it was glued and appeared to lay flat, I didn't object. However, now it has developed a wrinkle, a wave--I don't know the correct term--that runs down the middle of the kitchen. Unfortunately, I can't replace it at this time. Does anyone know what I should do? I appreciate any help. Thank you,

Porticus

01:42AM | 03/28/04
Member Since: 03/27/04
28 lifetime posts
ahh here is a quick fix: tear out the carpet and put down something else! who has carpet in their kitchen? i knew a guy with carpet in his bathroom and thought it was bad enough! talk about the mold and dirty possiblities near where you make your food... gross!

ne9t5r

01:20AM | 03/29/04
Member Since: 03/05/04
3 lifetime posts
In this area, kitchen carpet has been popular since the 5o's. Several people have told me that they purposely had it installed. What ever....I don't like it, but can't afford to remove it at this time. I was hoping for a helpful reply, not a "no-nothing" spasm.
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