Spray-Lock receives Best of Surfaces for Technology

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Chattanooga, Tenn.—Spray-Lock recently received the Best of Surfaces award for Technology for its newest product, RugLock Non-Slip Rug Grip in a Can, at The International Surface Event (TISE). RugLock is a permanent spray-on, non-slip rug backing that secures rugs to surfaces including hardwood, tiles, vinyl and carpet.

With the introduction of RugLock, Spray-Lock has entered the consumer market with a real-world solution to the household problem of slippery rugs. The company conducted more than 50 tests over a 6-month period to develop the RugLock formula. “I am extremely proud of our R&D team for the development of this award-winning technology,” said Fred Land, president and CEO.

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