While throw rugs offer a little bit of heat for the feet and protection to the floor, keeping them where you want them may prove difficult. A throw rug generally has no backing which helps it stay put, meaning that it slides across the floor almost each single time you walk on it, and when the dog or kids run through the area. Specialty tapes, spray-on carpet treatments and rubber anti-slip pads maintain area rugs in place.
Tapes and Sprays
Carpet tape adheres to the back of the carpet in strips along the borders. It keeps the rug from slipping without damaging the floor. The rug is kept by A coating . This spray produces a no-slip coating rather. Without leaving residue on the floor as you desire, the carpet can be repositioned.
Rubber No-Slip Padding
Rubber mesh sheeting, such as the kind used for drawer and shelf liners, placed under the carpet keeps it from slipping on the floor. Cut the no-slip cloth so it’s slightly smaller than the area rug, then place it on the floor beneath the carpet. Double-sided tape may be used to adhere the sheeting into the carpet, even though the tape may be difficult to remove should you intend to wash the carpet in the washing machine when it’s dirty. Some carpet and carpet retailers sell no-slip carpeting mats, which may be cut to size.