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2/17/13 2:24 AM
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demandango
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2/17/13 7:14 AM
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This might sound weird, but have you reached out to Gracie Academy in Torrance. I remember seeing a video tutorial or something on how they do their mats. They also had a link to the company that provided their cover, I think it was one huge piece of material. Hope this helps.

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2/18/13 10:32 PM
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Gracie Torrance mats have wrinkles all through them. They didn't tighten them up enough and you can see lots of loose material like I have seen at other places too. I wanted to show you a picture of ours but don't know how to do that. If you looked on the Norberts site they are as tight as the ones they show. You need to lay out the material for a few days to get any wrinkle out and then pull really tight as you are installing it. Then you don't have areas with rolls and loose material.

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