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Whilst mats can be efficient in keeping your doorway tidy and secure and protecting the durability of your flooring, it is important to keep your mats tidy and well cared for to achieve the best long-term results. There are many customer enquiries about the best ways to wash mats, so we have put together this section to give you some points to consider and our best proposals.
Periodic cleansing helps to keep your entry carpet cleaner and more appealing, lasts longer and promotes a healthy indoor climate. Entry mats can be sucked off, brushed off or sprayed off as required. Repositioning is important - entry mats are not all the same. A number are specially engineered for exterior use, with fabrics that work and hold well indoors.
When you have an indoor entry mats, you should keep them indoors as exposure to the sun and rains can affect the mats' durability and qualities. Regular cleaning under the mats - The bottom under the mats must be free of soiling. Entry mats should have specifically developed backside choices suitable for a variety of finishes and surroundings.
Regular stain removal - Some smudges and sludge cannot always be cleaned off with everyday use. Be sure to try to avoid all hard detergents with mats. Mats that can be cleaned by washing - The following mats are easy to wash in the maschine. For PrintPlush mats, FloorPoster mats, EntrancePlush mats and Barrunner, see the following instructions:
The DirtStopper, DuraPlush and Entry Max mats should never be laundered or dry-cleaned in the maschine. If possible, the best way to move a mats is to curl it up. Should you have any queries or wish to review more specific cleanup tips, please do not hesitate to email our helpful staff here at Identityatters.