COCONUT COIR: The doormat is made of 100% pure coconut coir, which is one of the strongest natural fibers in the world. The material easily captures moisture, dirt, and other particles. Due to the way our coir mats are cut, sizing may show slight variations. Light shedding may naturally occur when unrolling coir mats out of the package the first time.
ATTRACTIVE DESIGN: The eco-friendly material has a heavy-duty 17mm thick pile, and is made so there are no patches where you can see through to the PVC mat below. With coconut coir doormats, some shedding is inevitable, but through our professional shearing procedure we’ve reduced it to a minimum.
LOW MAINTENANCE: Coconut coir is naturally resistant to bacteria and fungi, making this the most low-maintenance doormat possible. It is also water-resistant, and will dry quickly so you won’t need to worry about mildew or moldy messes. Simply shake it out or vacuum it once in a while, and let the coir do the rest.
INDOOR/OUTDOOR: The rug is designed specifically for both indoor and sheltered outdoor use, making it ideal for any room or entryway in your home. Built to last, the durable material will withstand whatever weather or conditions come its way.
GREAT GIFT: Easy to use and even easier to love, the coco coir doormat is a great low-maintenance gift, and ideal for both friends and family alike.
Size:80 x 50 cm
These traditional tufted Morland Coco Brush coir mats are hard wearing, have a heavy duty PVC backing and are ideal for cleaning boots and shoes on before entering the house. Available in five colours in the size 80 x 50 cm (31½ inches x 19½ inches) and 17mm (¾) thick (sizes are approximate. These hardwearing and heavy duty doormats are perfect for sheltered outdoor use or the hallway, porch or conservatory. Coconut fibre, obtained from unripe coconut, is a natural fibre extracted from the husk of the coconut. The coconut is steeped in hot seawater, and subsequently, the fibres are removed from the shell by combing and crushing, the same process as jute fibre. The individual fibre cells are narrow and hollow with thick walls made of cellulose, and each cell is about 1 mm long and 10–20 μm in diameter, The raw coconut fibres show length varying from 15 to 35 cm and diameter from 50 to 300 μm. When they are immature and then become hardened and yellowed because a layer of lignin is deposited on their walls. Coconut fibre shows a good stiffness and is used in products such as floor mats, doormats, brushes, mattresses, coarse filling material, and upholstery.
Morland Coco Brush - Coir Doormat with Heavy-Duty PVC Backing - Natural - Pile Height: 17mm - Perfect Color/Sizing for Sheltered Outdoor/Indoor uses. Leaf Green 80 x 50 cm-B07ZBPJXP4