What matters most about this question is the components that make up the pad. Most rug backing with anti-slip qualities contain a form of rubber or latex (whether synthetic or natural) that can lead to stains and/or dis-colorization from contact. A good majority of rugs out there in the industry will not have rubberized backing. But to make sure, always read or feel the rug on the back to make sure what the backing is. If you decide to purchase one online, always read the specifications to ensure it doesn't have a rubber backing.
May 21, 2018
Question: We have the Walnut from your Rhode Island collection throughout our 2900 sq ft home. It looks great, however, The General Contractor (who went bankrupt) did not protect it during the painting process. In addition, he spilled oil or something that darkened the floor in some areas. Any recommendations getting the floor back to original condition? The undamaged portions look great, however, the damage is fairly widespread. Answer: We are very saddened to hear about your experience with your General Contractor. Putting flooring in your home is typically an exciting task and we are happy you chose our flooring. In order to best advise you in the steps to restore the flooring we would need to see pictures from various angles and ask a few more questions to fully understand the circumstances. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a detailed synopsis of whats going on. Please include information like when this happen, what color # was installed, subfloor, installation method, HVAC conditions, etc. This information along with good photos should provide us the necessary data we need to make a proper suggestion of how to go about fixing the problematic area.