- This lovely non-slip bath mat is made of environmentally friendly first-class quality with attractive style, washable soft surface
- Whatever style your bathroom is, this non-slip bath mat is really a good collocation
- The small suckers at the bottom absorb tightly on the floor, which doesn't let antiskid mat move
- Suitable for bathtub, shower room, washbasin, bathroom entrance, kitchen, etc
- As the bath mat & rug is aesthetic, environmentally friendlly, soft comfortable, anti-skid effective and easy cleaning, it's the ideal modern household product
- Material: PVC Antiskid Mat
- Size: 45 x 46cm/17.7 x 18.1in(W X L)
- Whatever style your bathroom is, this frosted bath mat is really a good collocation
- This lovely bath floor rug is with environmentally friendly first-class quality with attractive style, washable soft surface
- The non-slip bath mats features small suckers at the bottom absorb tightly on the floor, which doesn't let antiskid mat move
How to Remove Burn Marks on Rugs:
If a cigarette or candle burn on your carpet has you steaming, here's a solution that will cool you off. While there's no way to make your carpet look brand-new, you can remove and replace the singed fibers so that you're the only one who'll know the marks were there.
- Gently rub the burned area with lightweight sandpaper or steel wool to remove the melted fibers.
- Brush or vacuum the burned area to remove any ashes or loose singed fiber. If the burn marks are gone, you can stop here. If you can still see the burn, you'll need to remove and replace that area of carpeting (steps 3 through 8).
- Carefully cut out the damaged area with a carpet knife or a utility knife (see A), extending your cut at least 2 inches (5 cm) beyond the burn edges. Make sure you cut only the carpet backing--not your floor beneath.
- Place the cutout on a piece of paper. Trace with a pencil and cut out the pattern.
- Place your template on a carpet remnant. Or you can use carpet from an inconspicuous area, such as the back of a closet. Cut and remove the replacement carpet patch.
- Using a glue gun, cover the back side of the replacement carpet with carpet glue and set the piece in place. Rim the edges with glue to prevent the patch from being dislodged during routine cleaning or use.
- Blend and seal the seams by rolling over the patched area with a carpet tractor (see B).
- Allow the carpet to dry thoroughly before foot traffic resumes.
Tips & Warnings:
- You can find carpet glue and a carpet tractor at most hardware or home supply stores.
- If the burns don't go all the way down to the carpet backing or you're leery about cutting and pasting, you can trim the fibers from the burn hole and glue in replacement fibers. Clip new fibers from a fresh patch of carpet and glue them
- 1 x Non-slip Bath Mat & Rug