|I often add a touch of tromp l' oeil artwork to a floor piece , especially if it is for a business where you want to draw attention. I felt 10 penny nails would be fitting for this contractor.|
Always roll the rug around a hard tube like a carpet tube, right side up so that when you put the rug back down the curl is downward on the floor. Use some cloth to tie around the rolled rug at rope may crimp the rug. Keep the rug in a room or basement that is room temperature. Not under 50 and not over 90. Pretty much the same as how you store your paint cans. The products I use are extremely durable and last a lifetime but when they get heated up or wet they respond like most surfaces.... not well. Actually floor cloths hold up better than any other form of floor rug . One more thing.... I would recommend putting the rolled up floor cloth in a plastic bag and seal it tightly with tape to prevent moisture from getting into it.