When you prepare to bring a baby into your home, you clean, you organize. You look at your shiny wood floors and smile after a hard day of nesting made those babies glow. You feel good bringing your baby into your home, laying her down on her cushy playmat with toys dangling above her. All of it is fine, until that day when your little one starts migrating off her mat.
It happens sooner than you think. Some babies can wiggle themselves a couple feet from where they started before they even think of rolling, but once that baby figures out her back-and-forth rolling can move her all the way around the room, you are in trouble! Your shiny wood floors aren’t feeling so good any more when baby misjudges how far her roll takes her. Now’s the time you might want to invest in a rug because your baby isn’t going to abide by the restrictions of her playmat any longer. You’ll want something that is super soft like Mohawk’s SmartStrand Silk Reserve. Each strand of their carpeting has over 700 silk-like fibers (way more than ordinary nylon carpet) resulting in a soft, luxurious feel for baby to roll and crawl on.
Believe me, it’s for your sanity as much as it is for your baby’s comfort. When babies are first learning to roll, sit up and even crawl, there is a long learning curve, which means there is A LOT of tipping over. And as much as you want to, you won’t be able to catch every tip or every tumble. What you can do is make sure they have a great crash pad ready and waiting.
But you don’t have to cry over the loss of your hardwood floors. Did you know that Mohawk Flooring’s carpets can be bound into rugs? You can get all the same benefits of their carpeting but in a smaller scale. The fact that their SmartStrand Silk Reserve has lifetime built-in stain resistance and is a whole lot easier to clean is just icing on the cake.
Your kids and your pets—if you have them—will test your rugs. Mohawk is so confident in their Nanoloc Spill & Soil shield that their SmartStrand Silk Reserve comes with an All Pet Protection and Warranty against pet odors and accidents. Now if it can withstand your pets, you know it can handle a little baby—sippy cups and all.
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