I have some flooring where you turn at an angle to snap into the
preceeding row. Then you gently tap into the the row that lays in line
with the one you just added. Well, when I get to the end there is no
room to put the "tap" board and tap them in place. THe pull bar starts
chipping the end long before the board actually goes into place.
And yes, I checked and there are no obstructions. Any tips for getting
this in when in tight places such as the wall, and the closet?
I never had this problem but I remove all the moldings first so I have more
room to play with. The pull bar only required about 1/8" to fit into the end
piece and you should have about 1/4" space so that should not be a problem
If you're talking about an end piece that has to be ripped smaller than 2"
across the width than sometimes its bitch to snap it in place. If that is
the case I snap the 2" roll to the next to last roll first (the 2" roll
being the last one) - gluing it together may help. Then I use the
combination of the 2" and the next to end roll as one unit and snap that in.
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