Protect your carpets and floorings from dirt! The Magic Carpet easily soaks up water moisture mud and dirt that your shoes and boots bring into the house.
With minimal wiping or scrubbing of feet this incredible design not only traps the dirt but also dries really quickly.
• Its absorbent fibres easily soak up water, moisture, mud and dirt
• Magic Carpet is so absorbent that it is ideal for the bathroom as a bath mat
• Protects all types of floors
• Its non-slip backing means that it will hold secure to any type of flooring without damage
• Traps dirt like magic
• Currently available in a range of colours
• Available in 2 sizes: Small (40cm x 70cm) and Large (60cm x 90cm)
This is a really great product. Since the weather has been pretty bad lately it has taken a fair beating! It is very absorbent and durable. It also dries really quickly. I think it's even better that the mat itself isn't rough, so if you're in barefeet it wont hurt your feet like some door mats do.
It is definitely a door mat / bath mat that i would recommend. It has a nice pattern on the mat, however i am a person who would choose a nice bright happy colour like orange, blue, green or purple over the brown and grey colours so i will be looking at the different colour options for the next mat i get.
Definitely a must for every household.
For years I have brutalised my front door mats. The side effects of a man who wears only steel-capped boots on his feet, and doesn't detour around dirty terrain. Mostly I find they simply can't handle the abuse of a good scraping to get the mud off, or they get waterlogged and start to rot. Worse yet if it happens to be winter at the time.
This mat looked... flimsy. My first thought was that it was going to last maybe a week. Tops. Well, it's been over a month now and it's still going strong. In fact, it has survived so well, it has been moved to the back door, which gets 10 times more punishment than the front door, because of my constant trips out to the recycling bags, the back yard, garden or sheds. And still, it survives with style... al be it slightly less pristine style now.
Able to deal with a surprising amount of moisture, and able to dry itself in no time flat, this mat is simply brilliant. When it's really dirty, a quick hosing down with the pressure sprayer nozzle on the garden hose gets it almost back to new, and 10 minutes in the sun, or 5 on the clothesline, gets it dry again too. For lighter amounts of water, you don't even need to do that, just leave it for 10-20 minutes right where it sits.
Available in a range of colours there is bound to be one to suit you, but I would like to see a more detailled list of colour options, because the greenish one I got didn't really fit the colours of the house at all.
Overall, an excellent addition to any household, and one that will serve you well. I wouldn't advice rural residents to expect this to cope, but urban dwelling would be well served by one at each door.
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