Industrial Bath MatsBath mats for industry
Handle bath mat, medium, white, 1982724
I' ve never been a big admirer of the bath mats, as they have a tendency to catch mould and powdery mildew unless you lift them up and wash them off after every bath. Having reread innumerable Amazon bath rug review ers, I was appalled by some of the things I had reread.
There are no problems with gluing (or not gluing) moulds or moulds. Wish I hadn't spent so much of my life reviewing other rugs. Twenty folks found this useful. Zero of five stars I am feeling secure again with this one... but it is not whit. The 36 " x 18" versions of this July 2012 purchase we had and when it began to look sleepy we tried the Gorilla Grip 35" x 16" and after use we hoisted it up and bought it.
You get a struggle when you try to lift it up, it softens on your legs, and I definitely felt secure from sliding again, which is much more than I can say for the gorilla. I bought the "white" one, but it is rather a pale beige/brownish colour and if the colour was really important to me, I would have to give a badge for it.
A few have mentioned problems with non-slip finishes, but I can't say that's the case in my case as our Kohler has some very minimum non-slip stripes and that adheres well. Overall, it does what I think it should do, and that's to keep me from dropping into an costly tray that has some rather bad non-slip finishes.
Fifteen folks found this useful. Having gone through a series of bathing patterns that either did not have a good handle or produced a smell shortly after use (also with good cleaning), I gave up and went back to Rubbermaid. These mats have outstanding absorbency and an outstanding non-slip feel. It' not a crunchy whiteness, but rather a greyish off-whiteness.
Twenty folks found this useful. Mildew can form if you don't take it up and let it drip underneath. Twelve folks found that useful. I' ve had one of these mats for 15 years. and it was fine. Fourteen folks found this useful.