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DIY Carpet Kicker ~ If you have any loose carpet that needs to be stretched back into place, don’t go out and buy or rent a carpet kicker. Create your own from a carpet tack strip and a couple of 2x4 scraps. Tack two 1-ft. long 2x4s together and nail a few carpet tack strip pieces to the bottom. Hold the kicker down and pound with a hand maul to stretch the carpet back into place. - Joe Waldron

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from eHow

How to Make a DIY Carpet Kicker

A carpet kicker makes trimming excess carpet easy.

DIY Carpet Kicker ~ If you have any loose carpet that needs to be stretched back into place, don’t go out and buy or rent a carpet kicker. Create your own from a carpet tack strip and a couple of 2x4 scraps. Tack two 1-ft. long 2x4s together and nail a few carpet tack strip pieces to the bottom. Hold the kicker down and pound with a hand maul to stretch the carpet back into place. - Joe Waldron

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from Garage Sale Home Page

lloydwilson's Yard

roberts carpet knee kicker in lloydwilson's Garage Sale in three rivers , MI for $50.00. very lightly used carpet kicker

Carpet Kicker $8.00 for 4 Hrs or $12.00 for 24 Hrs

from DIY

How to Patch an Area of Carpeting

The four professional tools used to patch carpeting -- a carpet iron, carpet tractor, knee kicker and trimmer -- can be rented for around $100.

from The Home Depot

Professional Knee Kicker for Carpet Installation

Carpet installation knee kickers from MD Building Products stretch carpet over tack strip to ensure carpet fits tight and lies flat. This Adjustable Knee Kicker features an adjustable pin depth that allows