How to Make a Throw Rug Stick to Ceramic Tile

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Making a throw rug stick to ceramic tile is something that you can do with the right type of rubber mesh. Make a throw rug stick to ceramic tile with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip.

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Hello, everyone. I'm Joshua Clement, and today I'm going to talk to you about how to make a throw rug stick to your ceramic tile. To make your rug stick you need to make a friction underneath that doesn't damage your tiles. For this job we'll be using a rubber mesh that you can pick up at any hardware, home improvement or fabric store. So what we'll do is we'll unfold our rubber mesh here. And we've gone ahead and bought this one to the size of our rug. You'll lay it out where you want your rug to go, you'll take your rug and place it right over the top of your rubber mesh, making sure that the rubber mesh isn't sticking out from the side of the rug. After that you should be good to go. It's not going to be sliding around on you. But yet when you have to clean that ceramic tile all you have to do is peel this up. It doesn't leave any tacky surface to your tile. So that way it doesn't damage your tile or your grout in any way. Just roll it out, lay your rug down and the job's done. Using a rubber mesh underneath your carpets is very inexpensive and easy way to keep your area rug from slipping. Thank you all for watching and good luck with this project.


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