Before you lay down the floor protector, make sure that your floor has been thoroughly cleaned. This can help to prevent dirt from getting trapped under the floor protector and potentially leaving scratch marks from being ground into the floor.
Start the first layer of the floor protector in the corner, just away from the walls. Secure the end of the floor protector using a low tack tape, like masking tape. Unroll the floor protector until you reach the end of the room. Then cut it to size with your knife. Use low tack tape to secure the floor protector at the ends and along the side near the wall. When rolling the floor protector out, make sure that the logo is facing upwards.
Now roll the second layer of floor protector, overlapping the first. Cut it to size at the end and secure it with low-tack tape. Stick the edge of the second run to the first, using high-tack tape. This'll not only secure the floor protector but stop it from being a trip hazard. Don't stick high-tack tape around the edge of the floor protector or on timber, tiles or cement.