Ruggies Reviews

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Ruggies are triangular, black rug holders that stop your household rugs from curling at the edges, bunching, or slipping. They fit at the corners or under the edges of any rug, and will hold the rug securely against tile, linoleum, hardwood, or carpeting. Using Ruggies will make it much easier for you to vacuum directly over your rugs and walk through your home without slipping and tripping.

How It Works

Ruggies utilize tacky grip polymer technology. This means that one side of each holder grips your rug firmly while the other side, equipped with a non-stick pad and hundreds of suctions, firmly grips your floor. If your Ruggies lose their grip, all you need to do is wash them off with soap and water. Once you secure them to your rug again, they'll work like new.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Attach To Rug
  2. Attach Ruggies around the sides or at the corners of any rug, regardless of its size or shape. These holders can even be used on round rugs.

  3. Press To Surface
  4. Press the rug firmly into the surface you want it to rest on, and it will stay in place.

Positive Points

  • No Sticky Residue
  • When you remove a rug containing Ruggies from your floor, you will find that the Ruggies have not left any sticky residue there.

  • Package Of Eight
  • Each package of Ruggies contains eight holders, which is enough to use on two full-size rugs.

  • Won't Scratch Or Scuff
  • Ruggies won't cause damage to any type of flooring by scratching or scuffing it.

  • Prevent Injury
  • Slipping and tripping on rugs that aren't secure can cause serious injuries, such as broken or sprained limbs, but using Ruggies will greatly reduce the chances of these accidents occuring. They are especially helpful if there are seniors within the household who are somewhat unsteady on their feet.

  • Make Home Look Attractive
  • If your rugs are all curled at the edges, guests won't be impressed, even if the patterns on these rugs are gorgeous. However, Ruggies will prevent this kind of curling, therefore preventing your home from looking sloppy.


It is shown within the infomercial that besides hardwood, tile, linoleum, and carpeting, Ruggies can also grip glass. Without Ruggies, when a rug is placed against glass, it just slips, but with Ruggies added, it stays secure.


  • Adhesive Tape
  • You can use adhesive tape to securely stick rugs to your floor, but it often leaves a huge sticky mess behind. This is often difficult to get off the floor.

  • Non-slip Mats
  • You can also get custom-fit, non-slip mats that will stop a rug from slipping, but these normally only fit one rug, while Ruggies fit a variety of rugs.

Save Money

By using Ruggies, you'll save money, as your rugs will stay in good condition longer. Therefore, you won't need to replace awful-looking rugs as often. Since Ruggies are reusable, the total cost of securing your rugs will be lower than it would be if you were to buy non-reusable adhesive.

Save Time

When using Ruggies, you won't have to waste time pulling your rugs off the vacuum cleaner that they have curled onto. You also won't have to spend precious time straightening curled and bunched-up rugs before friends come over.


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