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Contour Lock 1/8" Felt and Rubber Rug Pad, 2'x3'
Contour Lock 1/8" Felt and Rubber Rug Pad, 2'x3'by RugPadUSA(125)
$24.95
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Contour Lock is your solution for sliding or shifting rugs where clearance may be required for doors or where one does not wish to raise the surface under the rug. Will add cushioning underfoot and works especially well runners and rugs of all sizes. Solid style felt and natural rubber rug padding offers a higher level of protection and comfort than some of the traditional open weave style rug padding with the same light weight concealable, easily handleable qualities of these pads. Dense 15oz sq/yd and 15oz natural rubber heat pressed and needle punched to a compact but comfortable 1/8" pile. Natural rubber provides a secure surface to counter any slipping hazards while the heat pressed felt fibers lock with the rug's backing and together it stops the rug from shifting or bunching and wrinkling. The pad will catch any dirt or contaminants that fall through the rug to stop them from reaching the floor and working into the floor's finish when the rug shifts. Made from the highest quality materials here in the USA. Low VOC pad with no adhesives, glues, PVC, and no added chemicals. Safe for your home & family. Is MBDC Cradle-to-Cradle, CRI Green Label Certified for GREEN air quality, and we contribute to LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) for low emitting materials, innovation in design, and use of recycled content. Always follow Manufacturers recommendations for acceptable materials to use on any flooring surface. We back our products with a 20 Year Warranty!Read More
Safavieh Padding Collection PAD13 Rug, Grey, 8' X 10'
Safavieh Padding Collection PAD13 Rug, Grey, 8' X 10'by Safavieh(10)
SALE
$88$122
The Safavieh Non-Slip Padding Collection adds safety and functionality to your living space. Use this non-slip rug pad to protect your hardwood or tile floors and to keep your rugs more resistant to sliding. The ventilated grid allows for circulation while the rubber construction adds cushioning to your area rug and keeps your rugs' edges from flipping up. Designed in a tasteful geometric pattern, it is made of a synthetic rubber to keep your family and guests safe from tripping over creased or bunched-up rugs. Construction: Power Loomed Materials: 63% Polyester, 37% PVC General Care: Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening of your rug pile. Rotating your rug every few months will help relieve areas from excessive wear. Packing and shipping may cause temporary creases in area rugs. To remove them back-roll/reverse roll your rug and allow time for the creases to relax. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your area rug to fade over time. Long term exposure to humid weather can be harmful to area rugs. The cotton warp and weft foundation of an area rug can breakdown when exposed to excessive humidity. Avoid placing plants directly on top of area rugs and immediately blot dry any water spillage. Brushing is the best way to remove stubborn pet hairs that the vacuum misses. For short pile area rugs, use a carpet brush or carpet sweeper. For longer pile a carpet rake works well. Sweeping works best for outdoor rugs. The sturdy pile of an indoor-outdoor rug does not trap dirt as readily as other area rugs. For rugs that are relatively easy to handle, bring them outdoors and shake vigorously to remove excess debris. Hang over an outdoor railing and beat with the back of a broom or rug beater, varying in vigor based on the construction and condition of the rug. Area rugs placed in high traffic areas will wear faster than those in lesser tread-upon locations. Rotating a rug every few months will distribute any wear and fading evenly. Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.Read More
1/4" Felt Rug Pad for Hardwood Floors Non Slip on Tile & Vinyl, 2x3
1/4" Felt Rug Pad for Hardwood Floors Non Slip on Tile & Vinyl, 2x3by Rugsource(14)
$25
Protect your rugs and carpets from wear when you buy a durable carpet pad. With the right rug pads made of rubber or foam, you can keep your rugs from slipping and bunching on the floor; rug pads for carpets also prevent flooring from wearing out prematurely. Read on for tips on buying acarpet pad for your home. TIPS ON BUYING A CARPET PAD: 1. Buying a non-slip pad for hardwood floors prevent your rug from sliding across the floor, shop for a non-slip rug pad you can place beneath it. Most carpet padding comes in standard rug sizes, but you can usually trim your rug pads to fit if they're too large; when in doubt, buy a larger size, especially if your rug is an odd shape or is in-between sizes. 2. Adding cushioning in your living room or bedroom makes you walking on rugs more comfortable with a thick rubber carpet pad. You may not need thick rug padding if you're placing your rug on carpet, but you can add a bit of cushioning to a rug on a tile floor with the right area rug pads. 3. If you're forever tripping over your entryway rug, look for a rubber carpet pad that won't allow the rug to roll up or bunch in the center. Carpet padding can also protect old carpeting from lumping or sinking and keep you from stubbing your toes If you have carpeting or area rugs in high-traffic areas, such as a dining room or entryway, you'll want to extend its life by placing durable rug padding beneath it. The right rug pads for carpets can prevent your favorite rugs and carpeting from developing holes or fraying around the edges. Area rug pads also protect hardwood floors from stains that seep through rugs or carpets. 4. Look for environmentally friendly products. Buy a carpet cushion made of plant-based oils for a natural alternative to a rubber or PVC non-slip rug pad. These carpet pads are made with sustainable, renewable resources and are usually biodegradable, too. *We custom Cut your rug pad for No Extra Charge. Just send us the exact size of your rug and we will take care of the rest.Read More
Safavieh Padding Collection PAD11 Rug, Cream, 2' X 10'
Safavieh Padding Collection PAD11 Rug, Cream, 2' X 10'by Safavieh(6)
$21$31.82
The Safavieh Non-Slip Padding Collection adds safety and functionality to your living space. Use this non-slip rug pad to protect your hardwood or tile floors and to keep your rugs more resistant to sliding. The ventilated grid allows for circulation while the rubber construction adds cushioning to your area rug and keeps your rugs' edges from flipping up. Designed in a tasteful geometric pattern, it is made of a synthetic rubber to keep your family and guests safe from tripping over creased or bunched-up rugs. Construction: Power Loomed Materials: 79% PVC, 21% Polyester General Care: Use rug protectors under the legs of heavy furniture to avoid flattening of your rug pile. Rotating your rug every few months will help relieve areas from excessive wear. Packing and shipping may cause temporary creases in area rugs. To remove them back-roll/reverse roll your rug and allow time for the creases to relax. Direct sunlight will cause the colors in your area rug to fade over time. Long term exposure to humid weather can be harmful to area rugs. The cotton warp and weft foundation of an area rug can breakdown when exposed to excessive humidity. Avoid placing plants directly on top of area rugs and immediately blot dry any water spillage. Brushing is the best way to remove stubborn pet hairs that the vacuum misses. For short pile area rugs, use a carpet brush or carpet sweeper. For longer pile a carpet rake works well. Sweeping works best for outdoor rugs. The sturdy pile of an indoor-outdoor rug does not trap dirt as readily as other area rugs. For rugs that are relatively easy to handle, bring them outdoors and shake vigorously to remove excess debris. Hang over an outdoor railing and beat with the back of a broom or rug beater, varying in vigor based on the construction and condition of the rug. Area rugs placed in high traffic areas will wear faster than those in lesser tread-upon locations. Rotating a rug every few months will distribute any wear and fading evenly. Vacuuming: Routine vacuuming with a high quality vacuum cleaner is the most important thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your rug. Vacuum thoroughly and frequently with a canister vacuum (preferably one without beater bars). This prevents permanent damage by keeping soil particles from working their way deep into your rug. Rugs placed in high traffic areas of your home or office should be vacuumed more frequently. Never vacuum the fringes of your rug, especially a hand-knotted rug. Cleaning & Removing Stains: Quick action following a spill is essential in order to keep a permanent stain from setting into your rug. For liquid spills, use a clean, undyed cloth and press firmly around the spill to absorb as much as possible. Do not rub! This will cause the stain to set deeper into the rug, making it harder to remove and increasing the likelihood that it will reappear. For hard to remove stains, professional rug cleaning is recommended.Read More
You've purchased a beautiful new carpet or rug for your home and it looks absolutely stunning, of course. Before you get ready to enjoy your new addition, remember that carpets and rugs can cause trouble underfoot if not installed correctly. This is nothing a non-slip rug pad in between your new carpet and your floor won't fix, though. A rug pad helps ensure no one will take an untimely tumble, plus your new rugs will stay put and not migrate across the floor an inch or two each day.

While carpets and rugs provide extra cushioning and sound absorption on their own, you may want to add a carpet underlay to double up on these qualities. Carpet padding can provide extra comfort, especially in high traffic areas. If you've found the perfect kitchen mat, this is another prime spot to add a rug pad for extra cushioning while you do the dishes or mix up a delightful dinner.

Find rug pads to match your new carpets right here on Houzz. We've got a great selection of carpet gripper designs and rug pads in a range of sizes.

More: Rug Size Guide — Find the Perfect Fit