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Old 02-07-2012, 12:34 PM   #1
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I recently "repaired" the squeaks in my carpeted floor using the squeeeek no more tool. I would highly recommend this as a temporary solution to your problem. I was able to make it 95% better, but really the best solution will be to pull the carpet and really throw the screws to it. But for now it is WAY better

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That's pretty neat, I'll have to check that out.

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Jason:

I too recently purchased the squeak no more kit off of their website. I think I paid around $20 bucks for it plus shipping. The kit works GREAT. I used it on carpet and vinyl. The kit is definately worth the money with everything you get. I did find the Home Depot actually carries this product as well for under $20 bucks.
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