Felt Padding Felt Rug Padby Padding
Item # 50092
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Felt Rug Padding - EVERY Rug should have a pad! Padding helps protect your floors and your rug investment. HOW TO MEASURE: We recommend that the padding be approximately 4 to 6 inches shorter than your rug. Example: If the rug size is 5'5" x 8'5" then order a 5x8 pad.
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Felt Rug Pad Reviews
We ordered this rug pad to go under an antique rug on hardwood. Quick delivery, easy to unpack, lovely feel as it protects this aged treasure. - todbo, Colchester CT
The rug still 'walks' quite a bit. The pad isn't firm enough to keep the rug totally in place. Otherwise it's not bad for the money, and it came cut to size, which was a great help. - Tired shopper, Somers, NY
great product. Just as described
I use the pad under a custom made area rug from Ethan Allen, which is placed on a newly finished hardwood floor. I wanted a pad that would not scratch the finish on the floor, but would add loft and durability to the carpet. The pad worked out perfectly. It helped to speak directly with a sales rep before purchasing, he helped with the dimensions of the pad. - fairelady, Los Angeles, CA
makes my rug look like it's floating
"I bought this pad to place under the rug in my living room which has wood floors throughout. The padding gives my rug extra padding to make it soft when walking on it and the pad protects my floor. I cut the padding with a box cutting knife to .25 inch shorter than my rug on all sides. The padding cannot be seen and it makes my rug seem to float on the floor. The only negative was that the rug pad shed at the edges, more so when I cut it to size. But it vacuumed up no problem. I recommend heavy duty fabric scissors or a very sharp blade to cut it." - Julie, Los Angeles