When you buy a car, you receive a maintenance and general instruction manual with it. Wouldn't it be nice if your home had come with an instruction manual? It would be such a handy reference source for everything in your home.
Most area rugs can be cleaned at home, by hand. It usually doesn't take more than a little know-how and a vacuum cleaner to keep the majority of area rugs clean. However, if you own antique rugs, have pets or children, or your area rugs see a lot of foot traffic, it might not be a bad idea to have your rugs professionally cleaned at least once per year.
When we first purchased our home, I'll admit that I felt overwhelmed. Not only had my husband and I just taken on the biggest purchase of our lives, but we also found ourselves facing lots of blank walls and bare floors. I didn't even know where to begin!
So, I set out to find a solution once and for all. I learned a few things along the way about having area rugs without curl-ups. I thought I'd share them here, so that you my friend can have one less little annoyance in life. Here are a few ways to stop or correct area rug curl-ups: