Stayput by Isagi Rug to Hard floor underlay is a discrete non-slip underlay designed to work under rugs laid on wood, tile or hard floors, providing an easy simple answer to the irritation of creeping moving rugs. Holds rugs in place without glue and without damaging the rug or floor. Provides anti-slip safety, helping to reduce the possibility of tripping or slipping on wrinkled rugs. Easily cut to size or shape with a pair of scissors Makes vacuuming easier, keeps rugs in place The anti-slip fabric should be slightly smaller than your rug, to prevent the underlay from showing. Rug to hard floor underlay is washable at 30 degrees C, which refreshes the underlay and extends its active life Allows rugs to be taken up, moved or changed easily. Sizes available : 60cm x 120cm £9.95 inc. VAT, 90cm x 150cm £13.95 inc. VAT,120cm x 180cm £23.95 inc. VAT
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