Strike Kitchen & Home Mat
A walk to remember.
You yawn. You stretch. You hop out of bed—and onto this minimalist dream of a mat. Made from woven textiles, this durable floor covering is easy to clean and will happily park in dining areas, kitchens, and entryways too. The clever latex backing helps to keep the mat in place, (and, phew, no extra padding is needed) while the neatly-bound edges give it a classy finish.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials +-
Vinyl woven from TerraStrand® and Microban® fibers
Small is 1'11" x 3' (23" x 36"); Medium is 2'11" x 4' (35" x 48"); Large is 3'10" x 6' (46" x 72")
Care & Notes +-
Best suited on dry surfaces. Vacuum to remove loose dirt. Blot spills quickly with a lint-free cloth. Should a stain occur, scrub with a soft bristle brush and a bleach-based cleanser; this will remove the stain without altering the fabric. If necessary, clean with a residential carpet cleaner or wet mop the surface. Lift the mat off the floor and allow face and backing to air dry completely before placing the mat on the floor again. Do not iron. Do not machine wash. Avoid use of rubber castors or placing objects made of rubber on the woven floor mat, discoloration will occur. When moving or storing, roll up your mat with weave facing outward.
We recommend you occasionally lift and air out your woven floor mat. In sustained damp conditions, where moisture may be trapped under the mat for prolonged periods of time, this practice will keep the backing from clinging to the floor. If mat is left unmoved for prolonged periods of time, some flooring surfaces may interact with the mat backing. This occurrence is easily avoided by simply lifting or moving your mat occasionally.
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