Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about our coir doormats, including our top question, which is about the mat's water resistance. If you have any questions, please contact us via message.
Coir mats are water resistant and one of the few natural fibers that do not deteriorate when exposed to sea water. Our coco mats are stronger and more durable than any other doormat on the market because of the coir fiber's durability, elasticity, and moisture absorption.
Can Coir Mats Get Wet In This Way?
Only use PVC backed mats if they aren't going to get wet. Traditional Coir is excellent for all climates because water can travel through it and it will dry naturally if wet. Water cannot drain through a mat with a PVC backing, making it difficult for the mat to dry and perhaps leaving water stains over time.
Additionally, Can You Wash Coir Mats?
Most of these mats may be washed with a hose and dried on a clothesline. The baking soda should then be vacuumed away. Alternatively, you can use a hose to clean coir door mats and then hang them to dry completely before replacing them on the floor. Low hose pressure ensures that fewer fibers are taken from the mat and only dirt is removed. After cleaning, make sure everything is completely dry to prevent mold and mildew from forming.
What Is A Coir Doormat?
Coir Mats are environmentally friendly door mats produced from natural coir fibers derived from the outer shell of a coconut and are noted for their durability, strength, and water absorption. Coir mats are one of the few natural mats that can withstand salt water damage and can tolerate all types of weather.https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0041/9672/8961/articles/Wordpress_Blog_Image_23.png?v=1649967250