How to Choose Your Doormat?

A doormat is not used exactly the same if it is placed outside or positioned as an interior carpet. To be satisfied with your purchase, you will need a doormat that fulfills several uses: absorb moisture and rid the soles of the shoes of all dirt, but also decorate. In some cases, it will even serve as an extra windbreak at the doorstep. A person gets about 0.58 grams of dust a day into a building as long as it stays in the doormat.

In What Subject Do You Choose Your Doormat

Some matting materials will be stronger than others or will require less maintenance. If your door faces a garden, or if your carpet is positioned outside, a water-resistant model and scratching the soles will be necessary.

Materials Reserved For Indoor Use

Nylon Synthetic Fiber:A very resistant material, which scratches the soles well. However, it is less effective than others in the absorption of water.

Natural Cotton Fiber: It absorbs moisture better than coconut fiber, but will remain preferred for indoor use.

Coconut Fiber: This natural material is appreciated for its solidity, its resistance to moisture, but also its efficiency in the cleaning of shoe soles. The presence of a vinyl undercoat makes these mats rot-proof, even if they will rather be placed inside as a personalized boat mats or under a covered area. A vacuum cleaner or dry shampoo is enough for their maintenance.

Materials Suitable For Outdoor or Indoor Use

Polypropylene: This material is non-slip and resistant, thanks to its vinyl underlay or its aluminum structure.

Most made mats can also be washed in washing machines at low temperatures and retain their colors. They support without worry about the external bad weather.

Rubber: Often presented as a grid, this material is mainly intended for outdoor mats just like the rubber scraper mats, especially for its resistance to weather and UV rays. A single jet of water is enough to clean it.