The kneeless works on a leverage system rather than the constant impact system of a knee kicker. Using this tool for stretching in carpet, rather than the knee kicker could add many more years to an installer’s career.
Using the kneeless is very simple. You place one knee on the pad of the tool and one hand on the handle, and crank or jack it. This will stretch the carpet to the wall. You must keep in mind that both heads of the kneeless must be planted well into the carpet. When working with the kneeless, you place it on a slight angle to the wall, not square to the wall. This way you get an excellent two way stretch. Basically you start stretching at any point of a room and work yourself around the room until you have reached the starting point.
It’s just that simple.