Our line of rude doormats is usually made using natural coir material. Coir is a fiber that is extracted from the husks of coconuts. It is a strong material that has been used for centuries in products like ropes. Today, it is put to use in our message mats. Coir is an environmentally friendly material that occurs naturally. The process of making these rude doormats out of coir creates very minimal waste. In one way, having a novelty doormat made of coir will help you reduce the waste in our ecosystem. However, consumers directly benefit from coir products thanks to their affordability. These may be doormats with an attitude, but they show a little more respect to your wallet.
Coir is great for interior home protection against outside debris. The rude doormats that use coir in them are better able to prevent dirt, mud, rocks, and other outdoor contaminants from being tracked inside your home. These message mats function very well as shoe and boot scrapers. The rough coir fibers can reach into the nooks and crannies of various types of footwear in order to flush out debris. The fiber materials stick onto the debris particles, keeping them trapped in the body of the novelty doormat until it is cleaned away. This helps ensure that all incoming footwear is clean before coming indoors.
These rude doormats also guard against another very common foe: moisture and UV rays. Since these doormats are meant to be placed outdoors, it only makes sense that they should be able to handle all the rigors of the environment. Rainfall and sunlight are the most common hazards faced by these message mats. Thankfully, coir is a natural material that can handle the elements. It has a natural rate of resistance to both moisture and UV rays. It tends to dry away water without allowing it to form any microbial byproducts like mold and mildew. The coir in these rude doormats can resist the discoloring and cracking that normally comes along with exposure to UV rays.
Some rude doormats are known to come with a backing made of either rubber of PVC. This backing material is meant to provide a base support for the mat as a whole. More importantly, however, it is meant to provide further protection to the floors underneath the mat. Some degree of weight is normally expected to be on these unusual door mats on a regular basis. The backing on some of these rude doormats, either rubber or PVC, is meant to guard against that weight. It provides an extra barrier between heavy weights and sensitive surfaces. Additionally, it serves as a base for collecting debris that has been scraped off of footwear. This is to help keep the debris trapped on these message mats so that they can be cleaned off easily.
Even the rudest and quirkiest of people will be able to see the strengths of these novelty doormat products. These may be doormats with an attitude, but they are eco-friendly and very affordable. They will protect the interior harmony of a home by scraping outside debris off of incoming footwear. The coir will keep the dirt and mud trapped within its fibers. They also exhibit excellent endurance against environmental conditions like rain, snow, and harsh sunlight. While these rude doormats protect your home and save you some money, they will be sure to catch the attention of whoever happens to come by the house.