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Five Reasons You Need A Memory Foam Bathmat

It may seem like bathmats just lay around waiting to be walked all over… kind of a messed up existence, right? But bathmats are essential household items, and memory foam bathmats are… frankly a must-have. Here are the top five reasons why:

Cushion and Comfort

When you step out of the shower or bath and onto high-density memory foam, it feels like you’ve just stepped onto a cloud. The memory foam provides support for stiff joints and pampers those barkin’ dogs (feet) of yours. 

Stepping out of the shower on a navy blue and white bathmat will also keep your tootsies nice and toasty. That’s way better than stepping directly on to icy floors. If blue isn’t your color, pick your fave!

Absorbency

The microfibers wick away water as you towel off. Without your comfy memory foam bathmat, post-shower dry offs would end with your bathroom floor looking like the sixth Great Lake. Instead of having a lake in your bathroom, why not have a large grey memory foam bathmat… or maybe you’re more into yellow or green. The good news, memory foam bathmats come in all of the most popular bath colors.

Fast Drying

Where there is water, there are bacteria. YUCK! Bathrooms are the dirtiest rooms in the house, and bathmats are one of the biggest culprits. The last thing you want is a wet bathmat lying around breeding bacteria that cause strep and staph infections. Microfiber bathmats dry quickly and minimize the risk of bacteria growth.

No-Slip, Non-Skid

Most memory foam bathmats are made with anti-skid backing. The backing keeps the bathmat firmly in place so you don’t slip and fall. Not to be a downer… but one person dies every day while using the shower or bathtub. Having a cozy, absorbent, fast-drying, and no-slip memory foam bathmat, significantly reduces your family’s risk of injury.

Easy Care

Most memory foam bathmats are machine washable and can be tumbled dry on a low setting. Before you throw your memory foam mat in the washing machine, make sure you read the care label. If your mat has a rubber back, make sure that you adhere to care label's temperature recommendations to avoid cracking or melting of the backing.

If you don’t already have a microfiber memory foam bath mat, you should consider adding one to your bathrooms for comfort and safety

Five Reasons You Need A Memory Foam Bathmat

It may seem like bathmats just lay around waiting to be walked all over… kind of a messed up existence, right? But bathmats are essential household items, and memory foam bathmats are… frankly a must-have. Here are the top five reasons why:

Cushion and Comfort

When you step out of the shower or bath and onto high-density memory foam, it feels like you’ve just stepped onto a cloud. The memory foam provides support for stiff joints and pampers those barkin’ dogs (feet) of yours. 

Stepping out of the shower on a navy blue and white bathmat will also keep your tootsies nice and toasty. That’s way better than stepping directly on to icy floors. If blue isn’t your color, pick your fave!

Absorbency

The microfibers wick away water as you towel off. Without your comfy memory foam bathmat, post-shower dry offs would end with your bathroom floor looking like the sixth Great Lake. Instead of having a lake in your bathroom, why not have a large grey memory foam bathmat… or maybe you’re more into yellow or green. The good news, memory foam bathmats come in all of the most popular bath colors.

Fast Drying

Where there is water, there are bacteria. YUCK! Bathrooms are the dirtiest rooms in the house, and bathmats are one of the biggest culprits. The last thing you want is a wet bathmat lying around breeding bacteria that cause strep and staph infections. Microfiber bathmats dry quickly and minimize the risk of bacteria growth.

No-Slip, Non-Skid

Most memory foam bathmats are made with anti-skid backing. The backing keeps the bathmat firmly in place so you don’t slip and fall. Not to be a downer… but one person dies every day while using the shower or bathtub. Having a cozy, absorbent, fast-drying, and no-slip memory foam bathmat, significantly reduces your family’s risk of injury.

Easy Care

Most memory foam bathmats are machine washable and can be tumbled dry on a low setting. Before you throw your memory foam mat in the washing machine, make sure you read the care label. If your mat has a rubber back, make sure that you adhere to care label's temperature recommendations to avoid cracking or melting of the backing.

If you don’t already have a microfiber memory foam bath mat, you should consider adding one to your bathrooms for comfort and safety

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