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  • Sara Pippitt

    Use caulking on the underside of your rugs instead of an antislip mat

  • Valerie Cavitt

    Martha Stewart - acrylic latex caulk lines about every 6 inches avoid rug from slipping

  • Geri Lee

    Use acrylic latex caulk for anti slip rugs (thanks Martha!) In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks- Part 2!

  • Charlotte Lohrenz

    Genius! DIY rug pad

  • Jeanie Bell

    Martha Stewart: instead of expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere! | Handy Dandy Household Tips

  • Paulette Mitchell

    Bump the expensive anti slip mats for a rug. Flip rug over and every 6 inches run a line of acrylic latex caulk every 6 inches. Let acrylic dry and there you have it! DIY anti slip rug!

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Slip-proof your rug: flip it over, and apply lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Once dry, you can safely put down your rug; the rubbery strips will hold it in place...via Martha. I wonder if hot glue might also work??

Slip-proof your rug: To give an area rug some traction, flip it over, and apply lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so.

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Good Old Martha Taught Us That Rather Than Buying Those Ridiculously Expensive Anti-slip Mats For A Rug, Just Turn It Over And Run A Few Lines Of Acrylic-latex Caulk Every 6 Inches Or So. Let Dry And Flip Over And Your Rug Wont Be Going Anywhere!

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Slip proof your rug with acrylic caulk.  Apply a line every six inches, and let dry.  Brilliant!

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Put grocery store bags in a empty tissue box and store on the inside of a cabinet door. Good idea for bathrooms - replace bag in the trash can.

We are doing this! Most definitely. DIY inspiration for a someday room: cover the walls in vintage maps, cut a sepia colored globe in half to make lamps, add a chrome or bronze rim, add a tufted leather couch and/or vintage desk. done.

A fix for those jeans with the pesky zipper that won't stay up. Also would work for early prego jean wearing when you aren't ready for maternity but you can't button your jeans. I used the rubber and trick but the zipper would eventually slide down. No more!!

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