Doormat Guide

Olefin Doormats

Olefin Doormats are made from a man-made synthetic fiber created from plastic pellets.

Olefin is the generic name for polypropylene, a synthetic fiber used to make many different products, including carpet, rug, and doormats.

Once the plastic pellets are melted creating the fiber it is then spun into yarn and woven into a fabric.

The fiber is resistant to dyeing so they add the colour during the melting process. Meaning the colour is throughout the fiber and not just on the surface. This means it stain and fading resistance and high durability and water resistance.

These types of doormats can be an indoor doormat or an outdoor doormat

Olefin Doormats Options

 

Mudguard Olefin

Variety of colours available

 

Olefin Indoor Wiper DoorMat

Olefin Entrance Carpet DoorMat

 

 

Cross-Over Indoor/Outdoor Doormat Olefin



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