Dual purpose rug pads live up to their name with the felt side down on carpeted surfaces, the latex side down on hard flooring (including those with radiant heating). Pads are easily cut to desired sizes. Will not stain, discolor or mark floors. -Synthetic felted fabric -Duragon latex backing -Vacuum felt side as needed -Hand wash backing -Made in USA
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Rating Snapshot(6 reviews)
Number of reviews:6 Reviews
4 of 6(67%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
"This was the first time I chose a rug pad based on quality v. price. What a difference! I have a great C&B rug in my son's room and use this pad to prevent slipping. It has worked wonderfully. No issues with the rug moving despite all the running, jumping, etc. that it has to endure. Great product!"
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Review 2 for EasyHold 30x48 Rug Pad
Location:Highland Heights, Ohio
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
Date: February 16, 2012
"I've had very little luck with rug pads! I decided to try Crate and Barrel because of their good name. After reading some of these reviews I was concerned that maybe they were not that great either. I needed three of them so I decided to try one and see how well it worked. It worked beautifully. I have 3x5 rugs on a hardwood floor. I am very statisfied with how well it holds the rugs to the floor and it does great when I vacuum."
"I have a lot of throw rugs throughout my apartment and I think this rug pad works just as it is supposed to. I have two of them for two 3x5 rugs that i have in the walk in closets and they keep the rugs right in place. I was actually surprised to see the negative reviews."
"A terrible product. Used it with small area rug-rug on rug. It slips even with one person walking on it at one time. I regret cutting it to size because now I cannot return to store. Although it was only about $17, I certainly expected this pag to work. Do not buy it."
"We purchased a 5 x 8 Easyhold rug pad for our new area rug. We had to cut about 3 inches off both the width and length (not an easy task). We followed the directions for placing the pad on carpet and placed the rug on top. It slipped several inches and bunched up, even with a heavy dining room table on it. After several attempts, we gave up and purchased grip pad from another store. It worked great. We were able to salvage the Easyhold rug pad by cutting it even smaller and using it under our coffee table area rug."