Bond offers a number of options for our Instabind carpet binding product. It’s summertime now, and people are exploring the great outdoors on their boats and in their RVs, so it’s a good time to remind our customers that we have an Instabind product for marine carpet binding. It works great to bind carpets, gives added protection against the damage water can cause, and it’s simple to install.
Marine Carpet Binding
You may be sprucing up or renovating your boat or RV and want to replace the carpets. Or perhaps you have an indoor/outdoor carpet remnant you’d like to use for your deck to make it more comfortable and attractive. Once you’ve decided on which type of carpet you’d like or chosen your remnant, you’ll need to choose an edge treatment or binding. The binding is what will protect the carpet from fraying and coming apart. It will also give your rug a lovely, finished look.
Often people will choose a binding color that matches the carpet, mat, or snap-in flooring as closely as possible. Another decorative choice is to pick a contrasting color that will match an element of your boat, yacht, or RV. This will change the look of the carpet or mat and give it something extra visually, as well as complement its surroundings.
Bond’s outdoor marine style carpet edging is made using solution dyed acrylic material. It is available in four stock colors (black, navy, grey & beige) in 50 ft rolls. This marine carpet binding is UV protected and mildew resistant, which makes it ideal for outdoor carpets or anything that might get damp or exposed to the elements.
You will not need special binding equipment to apply the Instabind. All you need for this project is scissors, hot melt glue gun, carpet tape, and some time. We do recommend using Bond’s Hi-Temp polyamide glue sticks when applying our outdoor marine binding. This glue will bond better and last longer in exterior surroundings.
Keep your outdoor carpets from fraying with our Instabind outdoor marine carpet binding! Call us today to order your Instabind, glue, and anything else you might need for your summer DIY projects. We’re here to help.