Bring some Celtic flair to your home with this welcome doormat. With a flowing floral design on its borders, this patio mat is sure to say "Slainte" to your guests before they even step foot in your house. These rubber/coco mats are called "Celtic Sea" because they make for the perfect mats for beachside and coastal homes due to their degree of moisture resistance and drainage. So if you know someone who lives next to the waves, this coir and rubber cast iron door mat will make the perfect gift for them.
Drains Grime and Water:
The border design on this patio mat serves both an aesthetic and practical function. The gaps in between the plastic shaped swirling flowers are ideal for allowing excess water and mud to drain through the mat. This prevents the buildup of mucky material and helps keep both the mat and your home clean.
Keeps Out Persistent Dirt:
Unfortunately, dirt is a common part of everyday life. It can, however, be managed. This patio mat uses coir, which is ideal for trapping dirt and keeping it away from the interior area of your home. With a size of 18" x 30" this mat can trap plenty of outdoor junk.
Very Easy to Clean:
These rubber/coco mats require very little maintenance. The process of cleaning them is barely a five-minute task. For a light cleaning, simply shake the cast iron door mat to let loose dirt particles fall off. If there is a high level of dirt on the mat, go ahead and take a hose to it. Coir will absorb the water, whereas the holes in the border design will drain the water and debris away.
Great for use in wet coastal areas
A genuinely eco-friendly welcome doormat
Tough rubber material never cracks in wet weather
Natural coir material helps scrape off loose mud and dirt from shoes
18" x 30
Shake, vacuum, or brush to clean
Natural Rubber and Reclaimed Rubber; Natural Coir Fiber
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