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http://facebook.com/jenncofit As a newly single lady, I am determined to try new things and tackle new DIY (do-it-yourself) projects around my house. Today, I decided it was time to remove the old, dirty, holey, stained and stinky carpet from my workout room so I can replace it with rubber gym flooring! Having never done this type of home improvement project before, much less BY MYSELF, I did what anyone would do… call for help? NOPE! I just Googled it, went to Lowe’s to buy the necessary supplies and headed in there with my camera to document it all. I’m happy to report that I was able to remove the carpet, padding and staples from the sub-flooring in about 3 hours. And that includes hauling the old carpet to the dump.
What you’ll need: protective eye wear and a face mask (trust me – the dust and dander and filth does NOT belong in your eyes, nose or throat), something to pry up carpet and staples (I just used a small paint spackling tool) and work gloves. Make sure you have a sharp utility knife with extra blades. This is KEY. You’ll also need a broom and/or shop vac to remove all the extra dirt, dust and filth that’s under the carpet and pad after it’s removed.
To start, just find a corner that you can pry up and start ripping. Fold the carpet over into about 3 or 4 foot segments and use your utility knife to cut it into squares. This makes it SO much easier to remove from the house and haul to the dumpster. After removing all the carpet, just rip up the strips of carpet padding and remove. Finally, pry up all the staples that are still stuck to the sub-floor. Vacuum/sweep and you’re done!
Stay tuned for my next video where I will install rubber gym flooring in this room!
-Anidees AI Crystal case
-Nvidia Founders Edition GTX 1070
-HyperX Fury Memory 16gb 1866mhz
-MSI Z97S SLI Krait Edition Motherboard
-Crucial MX300 1tb SSD
-Western Digital 1tb blue HDD
-BitFenix Magnetic LED-Strip Cable 30cm (x2) *they look blue in the video, but they are white*
-EVGA 1050G PSU
-EK-XRES 140 DDC 3.2 PWM Elite (incl. pump)
-EK-FC1070 GTX – Acetal+Nickel
-EK-FC1070 GTX Backplate – Black
-EK-CoolStream SE 360 (Slim Triple) (x2)
-EK-Supremacy EVO – Acetal+Nickel
-EK-Ekoolant Pastel White Concentrate
-Corsair AF120 Quiet Edition 3-pin
-Corsair SP120 Quiet Edition 3-pin (x6)
-BQLZR 120mm PVC Black PC Cooler Fan Dust Filter *installed on the rear AF120*
-By the way I forgot to mention that the case’s usb 2.0 and audio cables are not entirely sleeved, so I decided not to even plug them in since I will probably never use them. You can see the cables towards the end of the video tucked away by power supply.
-You might notice some dry coolant spots where the pump is mounted. I had an “incident” with my funnel, and a little bit of coolant splashed on my desk. Whoops. It’s been cleaned up.