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DescriptionDesigned to fit the average size 9�x 29� staircase with a rectangular shape. Made from durable sisal that is perfect to withstand high traffic and will resist showing wear. Stain-resistant outer that protects the material and lends itself to easy cleaning with a vacuum or spot cleaning by hand. Increase the duration of your stairs by protecting the hardwood. These anti-slip stair treads are a great accent to any home, and provide peace of mind for children and pets. Equipped with a non-skid backing, and is easy to install by yourself with double sided adhesive carpet tape (sold separately). This is a set of 13 individual stair treads. A stylish solution for a more secure footing, sound dampening, and a pleasant under foot feel. Designed for indoor use only
- Made From 100% Natural Sisal With Wide Border, Eco/Earth-Friendly
- Hand Crafted in USA by Artisan Rug Maker
- Durable and Anti Static, Great for high traffic areas; Perfect for Pets
- Protects your stairs from wear and tear; Adds traction to reduce risk of slipping on stairs. Perfect for Pets.
- For Installation, Use "Intertape" Double-Sided Heavy Duty Carpet Tape Or Use Carpet Nails/Tacks.
- Vacuum and/or shake regularly to remove loose dirt and debris.
- Avoid humidity and moisture.
- Do not use a steam cleaner or saturate the rug with water, as this can cause warping.
- Solid materials can be gently scraped away with a dull knife.
- Blot all liquid spills immediately with a clean, white cloth. Do not rub.
- Use a clean cloth dampened with club soda to neutralize spills of wine or tomato sauce.
- Stubborn stains may be treated using a cloth moistened with a mild soap solution. Blot to treat, then remove the soap with a clean damp towel. Dry thoroughly.
- We recommend using Host Dry Carpet Cleaner for serious spills and accidents.
- Clip loose ends. Do not pull on threads or fibers.
- Rug pad is recommended to prolong the life of your area rug.
For additional cleaning tips, read our blog on How to Clean Your Natural Area Rug