Posted on: May 31st, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Most of todayâ€™s outdoor entrance mats are made from 100% durable, recycled rubber, and have either a carpet top surfaceâ€”or something similarâ€”that is designed to catch grime and dust. If youâ€™re not looking for a decorative door mat, but something more conservative, the rib pattern door mat [pictured] is always an excellent choice, with a durable vinyl backing, and are more economically priced if your budget canâ€™t handle something â€œhigher endâ€ and yet you need to â€œcover your tracksâ€ in regards to providing mats for people to wipe their feet on.
And then, once your budget increases, you might want to consider something such as the ever popular CleanScrapeTM outdoor entrance mats, which are much heavier duty, UV resistant, meaning they wonâ€™t fade in sunlight, and the most aggressive entrance mats on the market, made with an eco-friendly, recycled rubber base.
Posted on: May 12th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Springtime is almost over and summer is oh so close. But there still might be a few rainy days in the forecast, and so why not replace that old front door mat and buy a few welcome mats to match the coming summer, and subsequent autumn months?
Donâ€™t you get tired of that same, old mat thatâ€™s been there on your porch all these years? The same one you often look down at while wiping your feet and think, â€œWe need to get a new welcome mat.â€ So why not buy something thatâ€™s not only beautiful, but durable and eco-friendly, to boot?
Sure, you could settle for just one of several, nice quality, all season home door mats, and be done with it, but what about the back door? What about the entrance into the house, from the garage? Why not cover every entrance and place something attractive at each of those points of entry into your home? These mats are not only eco-friendly, but are durable and easily hosed off to maintain their beauty.
Posted on: May 11th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Front door matsâ€¦welcome matsâ€¦entryway matsâ€¦they probably arenâ€™t what folks from the older generations remember anymore. Those of you who are over 40, for instance, when you think of door matsâ€”unless youâ€™ve purchased a lovely door mat in recent yearsâ€”probably picture the unattractive, black, thin, virtually useless â€œWelcomeâ€ mats that have been around practically since civilization beganâ€¦AND STILL ARE!
But like so many things that have evolved with technology, door mats have been transformed into things of beautyâ€¦into home decorations that can be proudly displayed, and from which youâ€™re likely to receive many compliments on! Many of todayâ€™s door mats are made of highly durable, 100% recycled rubber, and are â€œeco-friendlyâ€ meaning they wonâ€™t harm the environment once they do eventually wear out and are thrown away.
Nowadays, door mats have even inspired mats to be used for other practical purposes other than wiping oneâ€™s feet before entering someoneâ€™s home, such as a kneeling pad, which is great when you have to kneel on hard ground and donâ€™t want to bruise your knees. Yes, itâ€™s trueâ€¦gone are the days of those boring, plain, black Welcome mats!