Cork Bath Mats

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Anti-fungal cork bath mats

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Replace a bacteria-breeding bath mat with this all-natural cork alternative. It’s naturally antifungal because it won’t hold moisture. Dries quickly; provides a soft, nonslip surface. Sustainably harvested; manufacturer is a certified member of the Forest Stewardship Council™.  Choose small (23¼"L x 17½"W x ½"D) or large size (35½"L x 23¾"W x ½"D). Portugal.

Cork Bath Mat Features:
  • Sustainably harvested, all-natural cork mat
  • A spa-like addition for the bathroom or shower
  • Naturally nonslip, cork resists mold, mildew and bacteria growth
  • Antifungal
  • Dries quickly
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Wipe clean with damp cloth. Prop cork bath mat up after use to be sure the underside dries completely. For use outside tub or shower only. Small: 23¼"L x 17½"W x ½"D
Large: 35½"L x 23¾"W x ½"D

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As seen in the June 14, 2007 New York Times

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Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE This is great and feels so good on my feet when I get out of the shower. It saves me time because it never needs to be cleaned. I also get so many compliments on it. Thank you Gaiam! November 3, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Yuck! I have had this product a week and am definitely going to return. I didn't see the review before buying but would have not purchased if I had. After 1 and a half weeks, I also noticed two mold spots on the under part of the cork. If I were to stick with this product if I were you, make sure that after it gets wet to prop up and lean against the wall so it dries faster. Otherwise, don't waste your money :(  February 15, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Eh... Not so great I really wanted to like these bath mats. I ordered two, one for our bathroom and the other for our son's. I've had them for a few months and I feel I already need to replace them. They warp and become a bit of a tripping hazard, not good especially in a bathroom, and I think one of them is developing a mold spot, just YUK! Also they're cork, so it's not like you can fold them up and store them - I made a mistake purchasing these. I bought both sizes, the larger one holds up slightly better but not by much. Anyway, they're trashed in my opinion and now I am on the hunt for something eco friendly but also healthy and clean, once again :( April 27, 2013
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I use this in my kitchen and a plumber working at my sink accidentally spilled some dirty water on it, so I tried to wipe it clean as soon as possible, but the dirty part of the water seems to have left a mark on it. Is it okay to spray it off or submerge in water to get the dirt off then let it air dry, or will it just ruin the cork? I know it says clean with a damp cloth, but what if the cork has absorbed some of the dirt?
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You can soak it and then use a little soap water on a wash cloth to try and get it out. You can also use a vinegar water solution if you want.
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