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Anchoring Barefoot
Along the assembly line.

We recommend that long runs or irregular shaped sections of Barefoot get "anchored" to the floor. Anchoring will prevent shift, which will reduce possible separation of connected sections.

Anchoring is best done at the time of installation when the mats are clean and the floor is free from dust. The easiest method of anchoring is with double-sided cloth tape. The brand of tape most commonly used is Polyken. The tape prevents lateral movement of the mats, while they remain easy to lift during maintenance or change.

There are two possible directions for shift, horizontal and vertical. Long runs are more subject to horizontal shift.
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