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Old March 23rd 05, 01:47 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Peter
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Default Loose Carpets

My new van has these new loose fitted carpets that keep moving down
the van.
Does anyone have any idea how you can keep them where they should be.
Great idea pitty they don't work that well.
Peter
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Old March 23rd 05, 02:52 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
~SCOOBY~
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Default Loose Carpets

Hi
Use anti slip mat thingies, the sort of thing you buy from floors r us, B&Q
ect just slide them under the carpets or use velcro

"Peter" wrote in message
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My new van has these new loose fitted carpets that keep moving down
the van.
Does anyone have any idea how you can keep them where they should be.
Great idea pitty they don't work that well.
Peter



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Old March 23rd 05, 02:52 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
~SCOOBY~
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Default Loose Carpets

Hi
Use anti slip mat thingies, the sort of thing you buy from floors r us, B&Q
ect just slide them under the carpets or use velcro

"Peter" wrote in message
...
My new van has these new loose fitted carpets that keep moving down
the van.
Does anyone have any idea how you can keep them where they should be.
Great idea pitty they don't work that well.
Peter



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Old March 25th 05, 06:44 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
arthur norman
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Default Loose Carpets

Use carpet press studs .My bailey came with them on but I bought some for my
last van
"~SCOOBY~" wrote in message
.uk...
Hi
Use anti slip mat thingies, the sort of thing you buy from floors r us,
B&Q ect just slide them under the carpets or use velcro

"Peter" wrote in message
...
My new van has these new loose fitted carpets that keep moving down
the van.
Does anyone have any idea how you can keep them where they should be.
Great idea pitty they don't work that well.
Peter





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Old March 25th 05, 06:44 AM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
arthur norman
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Posts: 43
Default Loose Carpets

Use carpet press studs .My bailey came with them on but I bought some for my
last van
"~SCOOBY~" wrote in message
.uk...
Hi
Use anti slip mat thingies, the sort of thing you buy from floors r us,
B&Q ect just slide them under the carpets or use velcro

"Peter" wrote in message
...
My new van has these new loose fitted carpets that keep moving down
the van.
Does anyone have any idea how you can keep them where they should be.
Great idea pitty they don't work that well.
Peter





 



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