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Ruggable® Washable Noor Framed Floral 2-pc. Indoor Outdoor Rug System

$128.99 - $399.99

Color: Ruby

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This Ruggable Noor Framed Floral indoor and outdoor washable rug system is a unique twist on traditional floor coverings.

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  • 2-piece Cling Effect system
  • Machine washable rug cover
  • Cushioned nonslip rug pad
  • Indoor and outdoor use
  • Stain resistant
  • Flatwoven pile
  • Framed border
  • Floral pattern


  • Ruggable rug cover
  • Custom rug pad


  • Rug cover: polyester, machine wash
  • Rug pad: latex, wipe clean
  • Pile height: 0.1''
  • Imported

Attention: All rug sizes are approximate and should measure within 2-6 inches of stated size. Pattern may also vary slightly.

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from I am very on the fence at this point I felt it was important to give this rug a thorough review as there were no reviews to help me when I bought mine. Background: As the owner of 2 large dogs, the idea of a washable rug is very appealing. My dogs are older and don't normally get the rugs very dirty, but they do pass along a definite odor. Because of that, I just keep a 5x7 rug under my coffee table and have pillows in the room for the dogs to lie on. We do walk on the edges of our rug. Consistency: Initially, the rug part reminded me of a felt-like blanket. I have since washed it once and the texture does feel silkier and more rug-like now. Expectations: I assumed we could walk on it and vacuum it like any other rug. I expected to wash it only when it started to develop an odor. The Bad: I chose the Amber colored rug. I would say that unless we were always going to wear very clean socks (no shoes or bare feet and probably no dogs), that color would not be a consideration again. In my defense, I have had that color rug before and didn’t have a problem, but this rug picks up dirt and skin oils very easily. You cannot vacuum that off so I had to wash it a week after putting it down. I do not want to have to move the coffee table, take apart the rug and wash and dry it and then put it all back together every week. Also, washing it so often may cause it to wear out very fast. The Good: You really can throw the top piece in the washing machine and dryer. (Please read instructions for temperatures.) I did come out lean and the texture of the rug actually improved after the first washing. (I have only washed it once.) Would I Buy One Again: That is a hard question to answer at this point. I throw out my rugs about once a year and buy all new just because of dog smells. If I can keep the dog smells away by washing this regularly, then if it lasts a year I have not lost anything. If it wears out fast or stops coming out clean before a year is up then I have. I go barefoot so I would never buy a light color again regardless. I gave it a 2 for Style because I don't think it should even be offered in such a light color. Putting it Together: Imagine trying to Velcro 2 rugs this size together and getting them accurately lined up without wrinkles. This is a little like that but since they don’t stick together as strong as Velcro they are much easier to adjust. I found the best way for me to do put it together is to fold the top rug in half vertically with the back facing outward. Then I fold it in half the other way. I start by trying to get that first quarter placed correctly. When I open the first fold, I get the other half of that long piece placed. Now the long half of the rug is down. I go to the middle of the rug and slide from the center to the edge of the middle and work toward the edges from there. Then I rub out the wrinkles. The process would probably be easier with 2 people. Once I have had it longer, I will edit this review.
Date published: 2017-12-06
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