How To Put An Area Tapestry Rug On A Wooden Floor Pad
Tapestry rug – When you have hardwood floors, or even laminate that looks like hardwood, you want to keep it looking as new as possible for as long as possible. Throw rugs can help to protect your high-traffic areas, but we must take steps to ensure that your carpet and pad does not cause irreversible damage, as vinyl and rubber backed mats causing crisscross marks, which must be sanded to remove. Use a wooden sure the floor slab before heading down an area rug.
How to put an area tapestry rug on a wooden floor pad, measure the length and width of your carpet with a tape measure. Mark the length and width of your carpet on a sheet of polyurethane upholstery with a permanent marker.
After that to put an area tapestry rug on a wooden floor pad, place padding over a workbench or concrete floor so you do not damage the surface beneath it. Cut just inside your drawn lines with sharp, heavy scissors. The padding piece is slightly smaller than the carpet so it is not visible under it. Add padding down over the area of the floor where you want to place the mat and lay the carpet directly over it.