Do y’all have trouble keeping your rugs from slipping? Would you like an easy, inexpensive solution? Here is an easy, inexpensive solution to make your own non slip rugs without those pesky mats that are supposed to make your rug non slip.I have struggled with keeping rugs from slipping and sliding for years. I’m so excited about this latest solution and I’m sure you will be as well.Let’s take a look at our options first and then I’ll share my DIY Solution.Large Non Slip Rugs SolutionsFirst, most large rugs are anchored with furniture. You may want to add a rug pad to provide extra cushion and to prolong the life of your rug. You most likely don’t need my DIY solution for rugs that furniture anchors.There are a variety of options and if your rug is really thin, a thick rug pads like this one may be a good solution. It’s great to make the rug non slip and provide cushion.If your large rug needs a light weight solution and you don’t want to invest in a rug pad, this simple pad will work great.Small Rug SolutionsSmall rug non slip solutions have been harder to work with.You have the same rug pad solutions but without the anchor of furniture to keep them in place.Most of my smaller rugs are at the door, beside the bed or in front of a sink.I’ve purchased rugs with a built in grip such as bathroom rugs and sink rugs.However, I love a beautiful rug and many of the ones I want to use don’t have the grip backing.Options to make your rug non slipHere are the traditional non slip rug options that I’ve employed in the past.non slip rug padrug tapecorner rug grippersNo great solutionsI’ve used all these solutions without great success. The pads are either too thick or want to wad up under the rug.The tape sticks to the floor instead of the rug and attracts all types of debris. The corner grips leave the center of the rug loose and it will still slip if you’re not careful.So I decided to try this DIY Solution.