Make an awesome first impression and welcome your guests inside your campers with these unique and fun personalized camping doormats that are not just suited for your motorhomes, but are also a great addition to every camping enthusiasts’ doorstep.
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What Is The Best Material For Doormats?
Since doormats are typically placed outside houses and motorhomes, the material from which it is built should be weatherproof and durable enough to withstand direct exposure to sunlight, rain, mud, and snow.
Doormats used for camping are typically made of the following materials:
- Coir or Natural Fiber- Made from the fibrous outer husk of coconut shell, it is very durable and easy to maintain. Personalized camping doormats are typically made of coir because of their versatility and ability to endure different weather conditions.
- Rubber- This is also one of the more popular materials for doormats due to its tough nature, durability, flexibility, and water resistance. But one main disadvantage is that it doesn’t do good in extreme weather conditions. When exposed to extreme temperatures it tends to break or crack over time.
- Fabric doormats- These include wool, cotton, nylon, and polyester. Doormats made from these materials are easier to clean but they are not as tough and durable compared to the other materials.
- Synthetic rope- lightweight and not ideal for a busy doorway since it tends to move easily when wiping or stepping on it very often.
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Are Coir Doormats Good?
Coir doormats make great camping doormats since they are made from highly durable materials that can withstand extreme weather conditions. Coir doormats are usually used in making personalized doormats because of their versatility.
High-quality coir doormats can sweep off dirt or mud from shoes effectively making your entryway free from dirt. Although coir doormats tend to absorb water easily, drying it up is not very simple and doesn’t take much effort.
These doormats also shed over time so it’s important to choose a thicker coir mat for it to last longer. What’s also unique about these doormats is that it is 100% biodegradable and when its time to retire, you can add it on your compost pile but make sure to remove all synthetic materials on it.
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