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Bruckner 8' x 11' Indoor/Outdoor Rug Pad

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Non-Slip 8' x 10' Rug PadNon-Slip 8' x 10' Rug Pad
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F.A.Q.

Should a rug pad be the same size as the rug?

A rug pad should be slightly smaller than the rug to ensure that it’s out of sight. The pad should never stick out from under the rug. Generally, you should choose a pad one to two inches smaller than the rug on each side. For example, an 8’ x 10’ rug needs a 7’10” x 9’10” pad, while a 12’ x 15’ rug requires an 11'10" x 14'10" pad. If your pad is too large for your rug, you can trim it to the proper size.

What is the best rug pad for hardwood floors?

Hardwood is a popular flooring material, but an unsecured rug can easily slip on this smooth surface. Also, a rug might not provide enough cushion by itself when placed on a hardwood floor. A dual cushioning and non-slip rug pad address both these issues, so it’s the best choice for hardwood floors. Look for a rug pad with a natural rubber or synthetic fiber grid on the bottom to keep the rug in place. Also, a thick layer of felt or memory foam provides extra softness and makes your rug more comfortable to sit and stand on.

How do rug pads prevent rugs from slipping?

Non-slip rug pads have special features that prevent rugs from bunching up or sliding. They’re usually made from latex, natural rubber, and PVC. These materials have a higher coefficient of friction, which means that it takes a lot of effort to push them. As a result, they naturally resist slipping. Additionally, many non-slip rug pads have a grid pattern on the bottom. This surface grips the floor better than smooth materials and helps keep the rug secured.

Area rugs play a pivotal role in interior design. The right rug adds texture and visual variety to the room and complements your color scheme. Additionally, a rug makes your home feel homey and intimate. However, you won’t get the most out of your rug unless you have an essential accessory: a rug pad. 

A rug pad is a cushion that provides an extra layer of support between your rug and the floor. It also has many practical benefits, like preventing your rug from sliding out from under your feet. Rug pads come in many sizes and materials, such as felt, memory foam, PVC, and rubber. They also have different designs. For example, some rug pads are plush, solid mats, while others have an open grid pattern designed to grip the floor. 

Typically, rug pads are the same size or slightly smaller than the rugs they support, so they’re not visible once installed. However, they provide a noticeable cushion when people stand or walk on them. 

Discover the advantages of a rug pad and factors to consider when shopping for this handy accessory. 

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