Grandchildren Spoiled Here Doormat
The primary function of a doormat is to take dirt and moisture from shoes and hold onto it so that the mess doesn’t make its way into your house. Doormats can also look great too and provide the perfect finishing touch to your entrance, but the most important thing is how well they clean. Good quality matting is a worthwhile investment as it protects your interior floor coverings from dirt and damage and reduces the amount of time you have to spend cleaning.
In an ideal world each entrance needs 2 doormats. Your 1st barrier matting should be a scraper mat such as a coir mat, to scrape off dirt and debris, followed by your 2nd barrier matting, an absorbent mat such as a washable doormat to soak up the excess moisture from shoes. You can either have one outside the door and one inside, or put both inside. If you can only purchase one mat then choose coir as it has an excellent scraping action and is still absorbent, but less so than a washable mat.
Choose the biggest mat that your budget and available space allow.
Thickness. – Grandchildren Spoiled Here Doormat
A long, thicker pile is not always better. Shorter pile mats tend to have a firmer brushing action and can remove dirt more effectively. (Think about how bristly very short cropped hair feels!)
Check the clearance of your door to ensure that it will still open with the mat in place.
As this will offer some protection from the elements a printed design would last longer here and PVC backed matting could be used if kept well in away from the risk of rain.
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