Rug Pad Corner Review

A/N I was given product for free in exchange for a review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

I was so astounded when I received an email from Rug Pad Corner to do a review for them. A good housing product for a small blogger such as me?!? Of course!

In our new home, we have wood flooring in all the rooms except for Rhys’s bedroom. Now, I love wood floors, and it was fine, except for the living room. I knew that when Rhys would begin rolling and crawling, he’d need something soft to land on. Thankfully, my parents had an extra floor rug from when they moved that fit perfectly and matched our living room colors. But, our wood floor is super slippery. Seriously! There is this one spot near the stairs that we (and many family members) have slipped and fallen on. So, although we had a rug, it was slipping and sliding. We stuffed it under our couch, and that worked for then.

But, Rhys started scooting faster than we could’ve imagined! He started leaving the area of the rug and his arms and knees developed almost a “burn” from the hardness. So, when we got the rug pad, we immediately moved the rug out from underneath the couch.

The “installation” (if you can even call it that) was super easy. We put the pad, soft side down. Then, we just plopped the carpet on top of that.

When we first walked on it, it felt soft! Holy cow! Not only did the rug stay absolutely still, but it was softer! This was perfect! Now Rhys would have some buffer as he fell down rolling and sitting!

I definitely suggest checking out Rug Pad Corner at their website! They have rug pads for rugs on any type of flooring, there is no adhesive or chemicals, and you can even get it custom cut! They also donate some of their proceeds to charities such as the American Cancer Society, St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, and the American Red Cross.

And….if you use the coupon code, REVIEW15, you will receive 15% off your purchase, just in time for the holidays! Go now!

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Tayler is a work at home mom. She does free lance articles and dabbles in graphic design and virtual assisting for bloggers. She spent 3 years as a history and English teacher. Her passions are her husband, two children, history, reading, nature, and her Savior, Jesus Christ.