Non-slip underlay for your rugs

Make sure your rugs stay in place with a non-slip underlay. Smooth parquet floors, tiles or playful children can easily make your rugs slide around. By placing an anti-slip underlay under your rugs, you make sure they stay in place. At JYSK, we have carpet underlays in polyester for both outdoor and indoor use. 

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    Practical and affordable rug underlay 

    You'll find practical and affordable non-slip carpet and rug underlay at JYSK. Your rugs will stay put and look just as fabulous with an underlay underneath. Prevent your rug from curling up or sliding around the living room from moving furniture or daily use. Choose from white or black depending on the colour of your rug. All underlay comes in a rectangular shape and can be cut to size should you need to make smaller pieces for multiple rugs. All JYSK underlay is great value for money, you'll find cheap prices all under £10. 

    4 benefits of using an anti-slip rug underlay 

      No matter how careful you think you are, a rug without an underlay always increases the risk of slipping, tripping or falling. A non-slip rug gripper anchors your rug securely to the ground to stop it from moving, bunching or sliding. This is especially important for high-traffic foot areas where people of all ages, including children and the elderly, could potentially injure themselves. As well as practical benefits, a bunched-up rug isn’t a good look for any living space!
      Rugs are often placed over hard flooring surfaces such as wood and tiles to increase comfort and warmth, as well as add to the aesthetic. While great for these purposes, hard surfaces can decrease a rug's lifespan. This is because rugs are comprised of tiny fibres. Over time, when walked upon, these fibres become compressed, which causes the rug to lose its density, colour and overall visual appeal. Using a rug gripper slows down this process by providing support and helping your rug spring back more easily.
      As well as your rug, it’s important to take care of the flooring underneath. Some rug backings are often made up of tough materials that can scratch and damage the underlying floor. Additionally, rugs can sometimes hold onto excess dye from the weaving process which can transfer to other surfaces when trodden upon. A rug gripper prevents these problems by providing a protective barrier between the rug and the floor underneath.
      Who wouldn’t want to make their life easier when it comes to cleaning? Thankfully, a rug gripper does just that. They’re often designed with ridges that provide better air circulation beneath the rug, preventing the growth of mould or mildew and making vacuuming a lot easier