Forum Title: Kangaback Carpet
Good morning all. I was wonder the pros and cons of laying kangaback carpet in a basement. The reason I was looking at kangaback is that I can install it myself. Is it good or junk in terms of comfort, durability, warmth? Thanks
Category: Carpet Post By: DAVID MILLER (Yuba City, CA), 02/18/2019

funny foam? Kanga back is two out of three on your list of qualifications,. Its warm, and comfy too. Durability is where it may let you down. The main ingredient in kanga is air. There isn't a lot of other material density to it. The carpet will act as a big sponge if you ever get any moisture in the basement. For a DRY, LOW TRAFFIC area, it may work, just not for a very long time. (2-5 yrs.)

- MARGARET RODRIGUEZ (Tampa, FL), 05/19/2019

It tears easily too, if you slide anything on it.

- KATIE CONTRERAS (Oak Park, IL), 05/17/2019

If it is to be glued down you want the glue to be almost dry before putting it in the glue. Otherwise you just wick the glue off the floor and will get bubble where you have walked on it. I would suggest just loose lay it or double face tape it. Big X across the room. Daris

- ALBERT STEWART (Johns Creek, GA), 03/31/2019

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