【Strong Stickiness】These carpet grippers can adhere to the surface of virtually any dry object and have strong stickiness so they can keep your carpet or rug left 【Recyclable】Unlike rug tape or form tape, the sticky gel of the floor side is made from specially invented material which is reusable, non-corrosive and totally non-residue. It won\'t perish in a few years because it contains no oil or adhesive. 【Easy to Clean】To clean the carpet gripper, wipe the surface of the gripper with a damp cloth and dry in the natural air. After those, you can use it as a new one. 【Easy to Use】The grip thickness is less than 1/8 inch. When you want to remove or clean it, you can easily remove it from the floor by slowly loosening the gripper. 【Widely Used】Our double side rug gripper instantly flattens curled corners and grips floor to stop carpet slipping and sliding. Make you rug non slip. Work on hard floorings, including tile ceramic, hardwood, laminate, etc. Ideal alternative to rug pad
I like that this prevents the rug from moving. That I give it 5 stars, but because its so diffcult to remove the sticky stuff I removed 1 star. I had to get goo gone to remove the stuff.
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I have a large rug on my wood floor and I got so tired of it moving around. This has fixed that problem. These are much easier to use than carpet tape and are reusable as well. It even comes with a fr... read more »
I really wanted to try something to keep my rugs down in our 3 season room at the back of the house. I have one mat by the door and when I placed the rug gripper on it it didn't hold for more than... read more »
I wish I had these years ago for my rug. These are great. I placed a couple of these on corner of my rug that wouldn't stay down. Peel off white backing for rug side and clear backing for floor si... read more »
Somehow the new game in my home has been see how fast the pup can run through the house and glance off of the rugs, getting a good spin going. I have one in front of my stove, sink, front door and gar... read more »