A new doormat can give your entranceway a new lease of life, but let it get old or dirty and it might have the opposite effect. Some people get confused how to clean a doormat, but usually it’s because they don’t realise how easy it is.
Aluminium mats have long been the first choice for architects. They look classy and they sparkle in the light, what more could you want for your new building? Unfortunately, there is more you could want – and aluminium mats are not the best option for everyone.
It’s no revelation that doctors and nurses get tired. Being on their feet all day dealing with sick people is bound to be exhausting. As well as constantly feeling like they want to take a nap, medical staff that stand all day are prone to muscle fatigue and pain.
There are few things coir can’t do. It looks great. It cleans shoes SO well. Our favourite thing about coir mats is that they are great for the environment. Coir is a by-product of the coconut industry, and it would sit in a heap to biodegrade if it wasn’t used.
It’s back to school time and you’re ready to welcome the kids back in the safety and security of these strange new times. But all the hand sanitiser and facemasks in the world won’t protect your children from slips, trips and falls, so forget about checking in and lay some mats.
Working in an industry that deals with consumer goods, one of our biggest concerns here at Matshop is making sure our products contribute as little as possible to the world’s environmental crisis. With many of our items made from rubber and plastic, keeping our business environmentally friendly instead of harmful can be quite the challenge.
Many of our customers come to us asking for our most durable solution, which is almost always a rubber mat. Sometimes, on investigating their needs in more detail, we realise they don’t need a rubber mat at all, because the most heavy duty solution is not always the best.
f you’ve ever walked into a big business’ reception, you might have been amazed by the smart front desk and big branding behind it. Corporations spend huge amounts of money on giving clients and customers the right first impression because we all know by now that first impressions last.
t’s a weird one, electric shocks. Sometimes it’s funny to give your friends and family a static shock, but a full-blown electrocution from the clouds can be deadly. One thing’s for sure, though: however big or small an electric shock is, it is never useful to get one at work.
As winter has us under its spell, it can be hard to remember what it felt like not to shiver as we step outside. Luckily for us Aussies, the cold months don’t last long, but sometimes that means we neglect the heating in favour of keeping spaces cool.