Bambüsi Waterproof Wooden Bath Mat, 18×24-Inch

Last updated: December 17, 2021

Bambüsi Waterproof Wooden Bath Mat, 18×24-Inch

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 78 expert reviews, the Bambüsi Waterproof Wooden Bath Mat, 18x24-Inch placed 23rd when we looked at the top 23 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

As part of the Bambüsi collection of 100% natural bamboo products from Belmint, this beautiful and minimalist floor and shower mat is a wonderful addition to your life and decor. Enjoy the elegance and sophistication it brings to your bathroom, your poolside, and even your patio dinner while requiring little to no maintenance. The board’s design is so versatile that you’ll find endless uses for it both indoors or outdoors. It’s the perfect addition to your happy home, and also makes a personable gift for a special someone. The mat comes with 6 soft pads which are securely screwed on to prevent from sliding while at the same time protect and stay firmly on the floor. As with any product, do not expose it to moisture for prolonged periods of time. Needs Only Warm Water & Brief Air Drying to Cleanand air dry it after each use. We constructed this mat with 100% Moso Bamboo, a renewable resource material that is sturdy and durable to last for years. The Bambüsi wooden floor mat gives your bathroom a contemporary look, bringing your space a mix of nature and style. It provides a comfortable exit point that allows your feet to dry before you step away from your shower or tub.

Expert Reviews

What experts liked

It's very good quality and I don't have to wash rugs every week. I highly recommend it.
It is a very low maintenance board. It can be air dried after cleaning.
This mat is made for versatile uses and can be used in many other places apart from the bathroom its raised design makes it easy to drain off water easily for quick drying .
Handcrafted with 100% Moso bamboo. Slatted for optimal air circulation and quick drying. Antibacterial, antimicrobial, and odor resistant. Padded bottom prevents sliding. Not slippery. Holds plenty of weight. Measures 17.75” x 23.75”.
“It has changed my entire showering experience. No longer must I step on a sad and flattened terrycloth bathmat, and my bathroom suddenly feels like a spa.

What experts didn't like

Bamboo doesn’t not absorb water therefore it leaves the surface soggy.
Slatted design can let water pool in the bottom. Consider propping against the wall to dry after you're done showering.
I was a little worried about water seeping onto the floor, but it’s only a minimal amount that drips, and I’ll wipe it up if I remember to (and if I don’t, it’s no big deal).”


Bath mats have come a long way over the years. While you can buy inexpensive basic versions at a bargain price, those mats have issues that new mats resolve. One of those issues is the pesky rubber backing that comes on traditional bath mats. Sure, that backing keeps the mat from slipping, but the first time you toss it in the washer the backing starts to erode.

Another problem with traditional bath mats is that they lack absorbency. That rug piling is designed to provide a soft surface as you step onto it, but when you’re getting out of the shower, that lack of absorbency means the mat will stay wet long after you’re out. If someone takes a shower after you, a wet bath mat will be an unpleasant surprise.

Whatever type of mat you choose, though, it’s important to avoid placing it on a wet surface. Even with non-slip backing, a mat will slide around when the ground is wet, making it more dangerous than just tossing a towel down. Absorb any water or wait for it to dry before placing your bath mat.

The tub isn’t the only place for setting bath mats, though. They’re popular in front of vanities, sinks and even kitchen sinks. If you choose one with ergonomic features like memory foam, your mat can provide protection any time you’re standing on your feet for a while. If you’re picking a rug for an area outside the shower, comfort will be more of a factor than absorbency or how slippery it is.

But comfort goes beyond ergonomics. The surface of the mat itself can provide a level of comfort, especially if you’ll be standing on it barefoot. If the surface of the mat is important to you, look for one made from soft material like chenille. You’ll find you’re looking forward to stepping out of the shower when your foot is surrounded by soft fibers.

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