Add Some Traction to a Troublesome Rug

  1. Sisal or sea-grassIf area rugs on wooden floors are a wonderful aesthetic combination to have in the home however, there is a downside … 
  2. … or should I say down-SLIDE?!
  3. On a polished wooden surface, these rugs easily slip and slide which is not only a nuisance to have to constantly adjust, but is an accident just waiting to happen.
  4. So good old Martha Stuart helps us out with this potential hazard in the home with a simple DIY solution that will give that precarious sisal or sea-grass area rug some traction:
  5. Flip it over, and apply lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. 
  6. Once dry, you can safely put down your rug; the rubbery strips will hold it in place.
  7. Thanks again for the tip Martha Stewart
  8. For more DIY solutions on how to keep a home happy and hazard-free visit
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