Pete H
Pete H
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  • Cary, NC
Asked on Jul 10, 2012

Silly question, but still I would like to know what the consensus is.

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I have an area rug that is sitting in front of my kitchen sink and now I have noticed that the backing on the rug has adhered onto the kitchen linoleum. How do I get this up off the floor without ruining the no-wax floor shine?
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  • KMS Woodworks
    on Jul 10, 2012

    goo gone would be my first choice....once you get it cleaned up look for new rug that does not use the goooy plastic "no-skid" backing...get a natural rug and pick up a no skid pad that can be cut down to fit if needed. Having the pad separate from the rug also helps when it comes time to clean the rug.

  • A soft plastic putty knife will remove most of the stuck on foam backing. Then spray with water mild soap and using a scrubbing sponge used for no stick pots and pans should do the trick.

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