Installation of laminate stair treads can be a bit tricky. Here is a brief summary of the actions involved in doing this project. To remove the old blanket to install the last stair nose. Remove the old blanket and thank strips. Prep the stairs by scratching the paint over the spray and lumps of drywall mud left there are from former employees. Cutting them over hang over the edge of each staircase. Install first riser in the bottom staircase is where to start. In this step the laminate must be cut to fit the tread. Most likely, it will take two widths of laminate to cover each staircase.
Cutting stair nose. After risers, treads and stairs noses are cut they will have to get glued and nailed. Starting at the bottom, glue the first riser up with a mounting glue and use 2 inch finish nails in a seam nail too. Not too many nails maybe around 6. Nail close to the top of the riser so the curtain on the stairs nose will cover them. Any visible nail hole can be filled with caulk or kit.
Install treadmills using a wooden strap. Spread glue on staircase surfaces where the laminate tread will lay. Lay the laminate tread into the glue and place it in place, so the stair nose will cover the edge of the tread and overhang the riser. When it is in the right position nail with a nail gun at the front edge, then the stair nose will cover the nails.