The Ultimate Guide on How to Maintain Your Bath Mats | Wavechoppa
Here at Wavechoppa we believe in maintaining your goods.
Here’s your how-to guide on how to maintain your one of a kind Wavechoppa Bath Mats:
Cleaning Microfiber and Polyester Bathmats
We choose to use microfiber bathmats for our material choice because they are popular for good reason. They tend to dry quickly and they’re especially soft on the feet- giving a pleasant bath experience. Here’s how to clean bathroom rugs made out of microfiber or polyester, after you’ve checked the care instructions and shaken them out of course.
- Place your mats in the washer with a gentle laundry detergent. Make sure you don’t overload your washing machine.
- Wash on the cold setting.
- Tumble dry on the lowest heat setting. Alternatively, you can hang your mats outside to dry.
Note: If you’re using the dryer, be certain not to mix your microfiber or chenille bathroom rugs with other fabrics, especially towels. If these bathroom rugs pick up lint, they won’t dry as quickly.
How Often Should I Wash My Wavechoppa Bathroom Rugs?
Bathmats can be be a haven for not so dope organisms. This is due to the abundance of warmth and moisture if not maintained properly. Because of this you should wash your bathroom rugs regularly.
The frequency with which you launder your rugs is really going to depend on your household. If you have a household with a lot of people using the bathmat regularly, leading it to much use- you’ll want to wash it on a weekly basis. On the other hand, if your home consists of one or two people who shower once a day, you can space out washings so that you’re only cleaning bathroom rugs every two to three weeks.
Cleaning All Other Bathmats
Plastic- and rubber-backed bathmats are standard in many homes and they’re made of a wide array of materials, from cotton to nylon. That’s why it’s important to check care tags! Ready to learn how to wash bathmats with plastic or rubber backing?
- Check the undersides of your mats to see if the backing is cracked or peeling. If so, it may be time to get a new mat as these little pieces can come off in the washer or dryer, causing clogs in or damage to your appliances.
- Place mats in the washer, taking care not to overload your machine. Wash your bathroom rugs on the cold setting with a gentle laundry detergent.
- Hang your mats outside to dry or tumble dry on the lowest setting. You should never use heat when drying plastic- or rubber-backed bathmats because it can cause the backing to crack or even melt.
And there you have it! That’s basically all there is to it when it comes to learning how to clean bathroom rugs. And your feet will thank you for taking the time to wash bathmats regularly. Stay cool. Stay Dry. Stay Wavy. 🌊