Genteele Memory Foam Non-Slip Absorbent Cozy Bath Mat, 22×42-Inch

Last updated date: May 27, 2020

DWYM Score
8.9

Genteele Memory Foam Non-Slip Absorbent Cozy Bath Mat, 22×42-Inch

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Overall Take

In our analysis of 59 expert reviews, the Genteele Genteele Memory Foam Non-Slip Bath Mat placed 11th when we looked at the top 17 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

Editor's Note June 15, 2020:
Checkout The Best Bath Mat for a detailed review of all the top bath mats.

Expert Summarized Score
9.3
14 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.2
9,072 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
The velvet cover is superbly soft which make its ideal for all people as well as pets.
- Cham Reviews
If your main priority is comfort, then the Genteele Memory Foam bath man is the cushy answer to your problems.
- Topdust
They work really well at absorbing water that drips off you after a shower.
- The Toilet Zone
It earns its name with its velvety-soft surface and memory foam interior that hugs the toes.
- Wiki EZ Vid
This item utilizes memory foam for a comfortable and durable design that quickly and easily absorbs water.
- Housely
It’s also backed with PVC dots so it won’t move a lot and maintain its durability.
- At Home Mum
The outer fabric and polyurethane memory foam makes it soft and super cozy.
- AmaPerfect
Not only is it made velvety microfiber material that is super soft on your feet, but it also boasts a plush memory foam interior for added comfort.
- Real Simple
It is excellent in absorbing water and will also take a short time to dry up to avoid any building up of mildew in the bathroom.
- Top Best 10 Reviews
It provides a whole lot of cushion between your soles and the floor.
- Reviewed
Of course, being thick makes it suitable for absorbing more water, thus ensuring that your feet feel dry after every shower.
- Authority Toplist
This memory foam bath mat is wrapped in a velvet feel microfiber for extra softness.
- Daily Beast
At the base, it has PVC dots that prevents skidding on wet surfaces, the PVC dots are also very durable and will not fall off in the washer.
- Teak Shower Mats
This specific mat has a no slip grip thanks to its PVC back lining, and its soft to the touch with its coral velvet and microfiber fabric on the top.
- Money Inc
What experts didn't like
Moves a lot on wet surfaces.
- Cham Reviews
Slow to dry after use.
- The Toilet Zone
Too small.
- Top Best 10 Reviews
It also came folded in two, and I found the crease difficult to get rid of, which made it visually unappealing for a while.
- Reviewed
Some users have complained it’s too small.
- Teak Shower Mats

From The Manufacturer

COMFORTABLE AND LUXURIOUS – The Genteele bath mat is filled with soft and comfortable polyurethane memory foam and outer material is super soft and cozy coral velvet feel microfiber. Never have you been able to step right out of the bath or shower onto a cloud! Thicker and better constructed than most other brands. Great for bathroom, vanity, vacation home, master bathroom, kids bathroom, guest suite. MACHINE WASHABLE & DRYABLE - Machine wash in cold water with mild detergent. Do not use chlorine or bleach. Tumble dry on low heat or lay to air dry. Color will not fade. Color will stay nice and vibrant for years to come no matter how many times they’ll be washed and dried! NON SLIP AND ABSORBENT – The Genteele Bath Mat Rug is backed with PVC dots to prevent shifting and skidding and that will hold up for years to come, unlike other brands where the rubber backing tends to wear and peel off after a number of washes. Do not place mat on wet surface. Make sure floors are dry underneath the rug to prevent the rug from slipping. MULTI PURPOSE USE – A Genteele elegant bath mat rug can be used at tub-side, front of the sink, or at any place in your home where you want support and warmth on your toes! And from a design viewpoint, this rug can make a significant difference in the overall color scheme of your bathroom scheme or coordinate with towels and other bathroom décor or accessories.

Overall Product Rankings

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Overall Score: 9.6
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5. Yimobra Memory Foam Bath Mat, 31.5×19.8-Inch
Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
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Expert Reviews: 0
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Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
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Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
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Overall Score: 9.0
Expert Reviews: 0
Yimobra Original Bath Mat, 16×40-Inch
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Overall Score: 8.9
Expert Reviews: 4
Gorilla Grip Original Bath Mat, 35×16-Inch
13. Gorilla Grip Original Bath Mat, 35×16-Inch
Overall Score: 8.8
Expert Reviews: 0
Utopia Towels Cotton Bath Mat, 24-31-Inch
14. Utopia Towels Cotton Bath Mat, 24-31-Inch
Overall Score: 8.6
Expert Reviews: 0
Flamingo P Memory Fleece Bath Mat, 17×24-Inch
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Utopia Towels Washable Bath Mats, 21×34-Inch
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An Overview On Bath Mats

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 that 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. With a 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.

DWYM Fun Fact

If you’re jumping out of the shower and going straight to the blow-dryer, you may be missing some valuable self-care steps. In fact, you should be letting your hair dry naturally at least a little before applying heat products to it. A microfiber towel absorbs moisture from your hair to shorten the amount of time you spend under a dryer. You should also take a few minutes to apply body oil to your skin to lock in moisture. Instead of washing your face in the shower, consider splashing cold water on it and using your favorite cleanser. The hot water can deplete your face’s natural oils, while the cooler water is far better for your skin.

The Bath Mat Buying Guide

  • Bathroom floors can be dangerous due to slick surfaces. Older bath mats used a rubberized underside to keep rugs in place, but they still could slip if the ground was wet. Many of today’s mats use weight and absorbency to hold rugs in place. But some rugs use innovative designs like PVC to reduce the risk of slippage while also making the mat able to endure multiple rounds in the washer and dryer.
  • Tile and marble floors can be especially slippery, so it’s important to use caution when stepping from the shower or bath, whether you have a bath mat or not.
  • Many of today’s bath mats are machine-washable, making them easy to clean. For best results, use gentle detergent, avoid bleach and wash on the gentle cycle. You can dry some mats in the dryer, but it’s best to set them out to air dry. Some mats dry faster than others, but it may be best to wash your mats when it will be 12 hours or so before someone showers or bathes again.
  • Some mats hold up better than others. Look for a mat that will remain intact even after multiple washes and years of use. You may save a little money on the front end by going with a cheaper option, but you’ll regret it later when it degrades and is no longer usable.
  • Your bathroom already likely has a color scheme, whether it’s driven by the paint on the walls, the shower curtain you’ve chosen, the type of light fixtures or a combination of all of the above. This may narrow your options, as even mats with a wide range of colors might not have the color to match your design scheme.
  • Many bath mats come in sets, but for those that don’t, make sure there are matching mats if you plan to add on a toilet rug or a second mat near your vanity. Measure the area so you’ll buy the right size for your bathroom.