What are Coco Mats made of?
Cocomats are made with 100% coconut fiber husks. Our mats come in two quality options:
The thick, premium handwoven coco doormats are the best, packing the most coco fiber in a tightly handwoven shape. These sustainably produced mats are made by taking eco-friendly coconut husk fibers and hand-weaving them together, making each mat one of a kind.
The vinyl-backed; The ultra-thin and modern version of our coco doormats is made by embedding eco-friendly coco fibers into a PVC vinyl backing. The vinyl backing also provides added skid resistance and prevents water from leaking to the bottom.
What are the benefits of using Coco Mats?
Coir is a proven scrapper that removes dirt and debris from the bottom of shoes to ensure a clean and safe floor. This coco fiber is also one of the most absorbent natural fibers available, making it highly effective at keeping moisture off your floors.
Why is Coco Mats good for the environment?
The production of these mats is highly sustainable, and they perfectly complement your environmentally conscious establishment or home.
Perfect for entrances and promotes zero waste
These doormats are made of durable coconut fibers, which promote zero waste and work well as a gently abrasive mat. Our doormats are also long-lasting and easy to clean. In addition, these mats can withstand heavy foot traffic, making them perfect for entrances and lobbies.
How to maintain and clean Coco Mats?
First, place the doormat outside on a flat surface in a shaded area.
Shake out the excess dust and dirt
Firmly tap the mat against a hard surface, such as a concrete surface or a fence post, to shake off debris. This will help dislodge the dirt embedded in the doormat fibers. You can also hang the coco mat on a clothesline and use the broom's handle to bat off hard debris, such as small rocks and soil deposits.
Brushing and spot cleaning
Use a stiff brush to remove dirt or stains from the coir mat. However, to spot clean and remove heavy stains and substances, use a coir bristle brush to avoid damage to the mats.
Finish it off with a vacuum
The best type of vacuum cleaner for use on coir mats is one that has an upholstery brush attachment. This will help gently remove dirt, dust, and other particles from the porous natural fiber material. Some models even come with a particular setting explicitly designed for coir mats.
Is it safe to use detergents and bleaches?
Do not bleach, soak, or machine wash the coco mats. Bleaches and other harsh chemicals can damage and fade the prints. In addition, machine washing can rip off the handwoven coco fibers, and soaking will break the fibers together.
Where is the best place to put coco mats?
It is recommended for indoor or fully covered outdoor areas in the home, such as entryways, foyers, and porches. However, placing it in protected areas such as entrance lobbies and halls for business establishments and offices is best.