How do you get wrinkles out of a new rug?
- Give your rug some time.
- Try back-rolling the carpet.
- Place a piece of furniture or a stack of heavy books on the creases for a few days to flatten them out using weight.
- If your rug still won't lie flat, apply some heat to it.
- Tape it down.
Similarly, you may ask, how do you flatten a new rug?
To flatten corners that are curling upward, fold them slightly under so the curve points down, leaving them that way for a day or two. If they already curl under, flip the rug over and curl the corners under, or leave the rug upright and set a heavy object near each corner for a day or so to relax the carpet fibers.
Besides, can you iron a rug?
But you can still use a steam iron to get rid of super stubborn dents, wrinkles, or creases that refuse to let your rug lay flat. Place a damp towel over the problem area and switch your iron to the steam setting. Press the iron onto the towel in quick bursts to avoid burning your towel or the carpet underneath.
In a big open-plan space, the rug should sit under the front legs of both the sofas – or if you have a large rug, then both sofas can sit completely atop the rug. If you have chairs in the space as well, then the front legs of the chair should be touching or "hovering" on the rug.