Iron Heart

The bar has been set. Inspired by iron gates, kennel grates and chicken-wire cages, the barred pattern applied to this natural coir doormat is remarkably unique. Hard wearing boot scraper coir bristles woven into strong wire allowing for free drainage of water.

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The bar has been set. Inspired by iron gates, kennel grates and chicken-wire cages, the barred pattern applied to this natural coir doormat is remarkably unique. Hard wearing boot scraper coir bristles woven into strong wire allowing for free drainage of water.

Decorative but subtle, the rectangular welcome mat makes a fashionable choice for placing at the doorstep of your home or place of business.

  • Natural, sustainable and organic coir bristles
  • Long coir bristles absorb and hold dirt, small stones and water
  • Coconut fibre naturally helps repel insects due to the coconut oil
  • This extra-thick 30mm doormat is tough, durable and made to last under the most demanding situations
  • Holes in the rubber allows water to drain through freely
  • Strong anti-slip moulded rubber backing prevents slipping even on smooth floors
  • Decorative coir pattern shaped by matt black rubber.
  • Suitable as a heavy-duty outdoor mat
  • Can be used indoors with sufficient door clearance
  • Removing heavy dirt and grime from even very muddy shoes and boots
  • Welcoming people into your home
  • A stylish welcome to high traffic areas in the office or workplace
  • In potting sheds, conservatories and all entrances

Place your doormat where you will most impress house visitors and high foot traffic areas to reduce dirt and dust being walked into your home.

Cleaning and caring for your doormat:

1.  Take your doormat outside somewhere you don’t mind getting dirty like a lawn.

2. Shake the doormat to loosen and get rid of excess debris

3. Beat the doormat with a broom handle or similar implement in order to expel dirt and stones more embedded in the bristles. Ideally, do this over a rail or washing line.

4. With a stiff wetted hand brush scrub areas covered in dirt to remove.

5. Position back in place and give the mat a final hoover to extract the rest of the dust and dirt. Use the brush setting should your hoover have one.

It is a good idea to shake out your doormat every week or so.

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