How do you keep an area rug flat on top of a carpet?


An area rug can be kept flat on carpeting with a nonslip pad. Nonslip pads work well to prevent the rug from bunching up, and they also help to minimize slippage. In addition, nonslip pads also help prevent fabric stretching.

Nonslip pads are affordable and easy to use. They are designed with durable woven gripping rubber or solid foam and fit securely underneath area rugs. Nonslip pads can be easily cut to size to create a perfect fit. It is always a good idea to secure the pad to the carpet with double-sided carpet tape, as this helps prevent the pad from slipping out of place. It is important to replace nonslip pads at least once a year, as the pads tend to wear down over time due to the accumulation of lint and dust.

The reason why area rugs tend to wrinkle when they are placed on carpeting is because the underlying carpet does not provide a stable foundation. Daily foot traffic causes pressure on the carpet, which in turn causes the area rug to shift. In addition to wrinkles, the unstable foundation of the carpeting can also cause the area rug to stretch and wear down at a faster pace.

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How to Keep an Area Rug Flat on Top of a Carpet
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