#WIN: Save #Carpet w/ Carpet Scratch Stopper


I run AdvertiseWithBloggers.com and worked with the owner CarpetScratchStopper.com in setting up reviews for her Carpet Scratch Stoppers.  I contacted many bloggers and had many products sent out across the United States.  Out of all the bloggers, NOT one of them was displeased with the product and NOT one of the cats was able to outsmart it!  This product was designed to keep “frisky kitties” from clawing up the carpet in the doorways.  Many homeowners will shut their doors and their cats just can’t handle being shut out.  Then the fun begins, the cats claw and scratch at the carpet until it begins to pull and have runs in it.  Then what do you do?  If you are renting your home, you know that will definitely be coming out of your rental deposit, so if this is a concern of yours, then you really need to check into picking up a few Carpet Scratch Stoppers from this company.

All you need to do is measure your doorway and select the size that works best for your home.  Make sure to measure all your doorways since some doorways can be different sizes even if it is just off by an inch or two.  I would much rather safeguard the doorway carpeting for $24.95 then I would to have the need to replace my carpet because I saw a problem and didn’t get it stopped before it was too late.  There is also a 30 money back guarantee, so if this product doesn’t work for you, no worries, just contact the company and move on.

Did you check out the video?  Does your cat have these tendencies?  Would you like to win one of these?  CarpetScratchStopper.com is giving away one CarpetScratchStopper to one lucky US winner of at least 18 years of age.  Make sure to bookmark this post so that you can easily come back daily to tweet out the giveaway for extra entries — GOOD LUCK!!!

10 thoughts on “#WIN: Save #Carpet w/ Carpet Scratch Stopper”

  1. Wow, hard question since my carpet is so old, all the seams are showing. But, I would put the scratch stopper between my living room and office area.

  2. The door from the kitchen into the hallway needs something like this, that is where the cats like to scratch.

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