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    Mama Doe
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    Default Laying safety non slip lino

    Any tips/recommendations on how to do so? Got to fit out Sweep and Hetties wendyhouse tomorrow before they come home and also got the big hutch to do soon. I'm thinking the best way to do so is to measure and cut to an approx size outside, then lay and cut any extra bits off with a stanley knife?

    Then again I've never done it before (always used lino tiles) so that might end up being a disaster!!
    Bunny mum to Jessie & Woody, Noah & Skye and not forgetting Hettie & Sweep who live with their grandad but visit often
    Piggy mum to Marley, Mabel, Molly, Maisie and Peaches


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    Yep sounds good. Pin down the edges with wood or metal strips
    Tim

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    Mama Doe
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    Thanks! In the end we didn't pin it down as it's heavy enough as it is, and also we slid the edges under the batons of the wendyhouse so they are all covered up
    Bunny mum to Jessie & Woody, Noah & Skye and not forgetting Hettie & Sweep who live with their grandad but visit often
    Piggy mum to Marley, Mabel, Molly, Maisie and Peaches


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    Hi Catherine, could you tell me where you got your lino from and what make it is?

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