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simple Q - IKEA floor protector - which side faces down?
One side seems to be flatter/smoother, but also a bit stickier - though no residue is left on your fingers after touching it...
the flip side has a slight texture to it, like frosted glass almost.
the label would be readable when the flat/grippy side is facing up... but then maybe the label is meant to be read only when you peek at the non-used side (like with a chair or table)
it's plastic, clear, and has no other distinguishing features
i originally thought the grippier side down, but now im wondering because it is flatter (better for rolling?), and the other side has texture - (meant for gripping the floor?) maybe it should be turned?
and for the record yes it does matter - I'm one of those people who knows which side of a sheet should face down on a bed, which way a shower curtain should face, and a roll of tp should be oriented on the dispenser
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