Hotel de Paris Museum - 18 days ago, Verified purchaser
The coir doormat is a good value. It possesses a plain, traditional style (not easily found, as many doormats are decorated), which makes it perfect for my use as social distancing markers in an historic setting. Because the public visits my site, the anti-slip backing is a necessary safety feature. I purchased thirty of these mats and found them to be an economical alternative to social distancing floor graphics costing about $28 each.
This doormat works well. It does shed A LOT though. Make sure to give it a good shake before you set it out. I knocked off a star because of that, and because it is really difficult to dry when it gets wet. It got wet in the rain a few months ago and I still don't think it's properly dried (it's still discolored).
This looks really nice and minimal. It also doesn't shed a lot which has been a problem in the past with coir doormats. My only complaint is that it's rather flimsy. I hit it with a carpet beater to clean it and the carpet beater went right through the mat, creating a hole. I've since purchased a new one and just vacuum the mat now, but I didn't realize how thin this was. I still like this, but you have to be a little delicate with it when cleaning.