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Truly non-skid and easy to clean
PostedJuly 4, 2010
I love it that this product is entirely non-toxic. When I noticed that mine were starting to look dingy, I sprinkled some baking soda on them and rubbed them with a wrung-out sponge. They brightened right up!
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Does the Cork Bath Mat mold?

It seems from the reviews that sometimes the mats mold underneath.
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Mine haven't molded yet - that I know of! - but I guess one could give them a weekly spray with vinegar as a preventative measure.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Liev
Arkansas
 

Is the cork bath mat bendable to dry on a towel bar?

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Oh, totally not. I lean mine up against the wall and they air out that way.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Liev
Arkansas
 

Does this mat have ridges? A pattern?

From the photo, which can't be enlarged, it looks like there is a pattern to this mat, perhaps even a raised pattern. Is that true? Or is it a nice slab of regular cork? Thanks.
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Yes, there's a pattern of raised bumps. Keeps it from looking completely like a corkboard ;) It also makes it comfortable to stand on.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Liev
Arkansas
 

Does the cork mat contain anything other than cork (such as adhesives or finishes)?

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Nope! It's just cork - just like what you see in a bottle of wine. It's possible that adhesives hold all those little bits together, but I think they're just pressed into place, and hold. There are certainly no finishes.
3 years, 9 months ago
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Liev
Arkansas