These funny mats put a unique twist on the usual welcome doormats that you see in front of most doors. The “Not You Again” doormat is a distinctly “unwelcome” mat that can greatly amuse your guests and maybe make unwanted people storm away in an indignant rage. But these are more than just humorous rude doormats. Besides being a great gift, these doormats help to prevent dirt from being tracked indoors. Each of these doormats is also made with durable eco-friendly coir fiber material and can be placed in the outdoors for very long periods of time.
Great Gift For Quirky Friends: The design on this “Not You Again” doormat says it all. It is simple and understated but at the same time it manages to be bold and jarring. These rude doormats are a great gift idea for those funny and odd people in your life.
Cheeky to Guests, Very Rude to Dirt: Your guests will surely understand the harmless humor behind the “Not You Again” doormat, but that humor might be lost on the dirt stuck to their shoes. The coir material that composes these funny mats is very efficient at scraping away outdoor debris particles. Whether it is simple dirt flecks, pebbles, or mud, the brush-like coir fibers will flush them out and keep them stuck on the doormat. Think of it as a nice way to keep your home nice and clean while letting outdoor contaminants discover the real meaning of an unwelcome mat.
Good For All Weather: These rude doormats are perfectly comfortable in the outdoors. Due to their coir construction, they are designed to be placed outside of your home entryway. The coir material in these funny mats is very well suited to surviving in the outdoors when exposed to ozone, UV rays, and moisture. Coir will not discolor or crack under intense summer sunlight, nor will it provide environmental conditions supportive for the development of mold and mildew during rainy conditions.
- Eco-friendly and affordable
- Comes with PVC backing for durability
- Easy to clean with the assistance of a brush or water hose
|5/8″ x 18″ x 30″
See “Not You Again Doormat” in Action