In our house in northern Utah we have a large rug (about 4 ft x 6 ft) which we lay on top of the carpet in the living room just below some steps which go to the bedrooms but with the edge about 6 inches away from the steps. We also have a long narrow rug in the hallway to the bedrooms which we place in the middle of the hall and each edge is about 12 inches away from the side wall (no steps here).
What totally baffles me is why the rugs keep moving. After about a week, the large rug is pushing up against the steps and curling, and the hall rug is off to the side against the wall. Why?
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