I just bought a small piece of pet grass and I want to put it indoors for my dogs. I know that typically it's nailed down outdoors, but what do I do to make it stay in place indoors?
Answered Jul 20 12:46 PM
Well, it depends on the actual size of the piece of artificial grass you got: if your piece is small, similar to a size of area rug or floor mat, you can simply leave it free floating just as you will do with any indoor area rugs or mat, you don’t need anything else to secure it onto the floor. However, if your artificial turf piece is large and you would like to install it inside your house permanently, you can treat it as regular carpet: pin it down to the floor or glue it down will work just fine.
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