The whimsical “Coming and Going” rubber backed mats depict footprints heading every which way. Perfect for busy entrances with many shoes lined up outside, this funny doormat is no-nonsense when it comes to unwelcome grime from outside, especially during the wet season. The golden brown coir bristles may be elegant visually, but they are as tough as the coconut husks from which they are made.
Tough and eco-friendly are not mutually exclusive in these coir doormats. The rubber backed mats are a blend of both natural and reclaimed rubbers, often vulcanized, using recycled tires. And coir needs no harsh chemical treatments to bring the beauty of its natural fibers to life. Rubber and coir, both very durable materials, may outlive all the shoes that come in and out of your home. Simply shake or brush the coco mat to bring it back to pristine condition and, most importantly, to keep your interior floors clean!
Rubber and coir mats are easy to maintain: simply shake, vacuum, or brush to clean
The 18" x 30" “Coming and Going” coco coir mat makes a very funny first impression as a front entrance mat
The coco mat is durable and perfectly protects interior floors in rainy or snowy conditions.
Only eco-friendly materials are used in this rubber mat: natural rubber, reclaimed rubber and natural coir fiber
18" x 30
Shake, vacuum, or brush to clean
Natural Rubber and Reclaimed Rubber; Natural Coir Fiber
Name: Tina B. Review Date: 1/26/2014 2:36 pm Rating: 4
Nice Doormat This mat is adorable, but it is exposed to water when it rains. The water seeps through the mat, despite the rubber underside. After rain, the wood on my deck under the mat remains wet , requiring that I pick up the mat to allow the wood to dry.
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