HEBE Non-Slip Machine Washable Absorbent Microfiber Bathroom Rug, 18×26-Inch
Last updated date: May 28, 2020
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If you're searching for a highly absorbent bathroom rug that also dries quickly, this model is your best bet. The rug is made from a microfiber material that is also safe to clean in a washing machine. It also features a non-slip bottom that is constructed from a durable material. In our analysis of 52 expert reviews, the HEBE HEBE Non-Slip Microfiber Bathroom Rug placed 3rd when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
Editor's Note May 28, 2020:
Checkout The Best Bathroom Rug for a detailed review of all the top bathroom rugs.
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From The Manufacturer
Go directly from shower to comfort with the this elegant Bath Rugs. This pretty, natural bath mat gives your toes deep microfiber to sink into after your bath. You can get clean warm softness from this runner rug.
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An Overview On Bathroom Rugs
Enhance your showering experience by adding a lovely bathroom rug to your space. Bathroom rugs are not just for decoration; they have many other purposes. Finding the perfect one for you and your space can take a little more effort than you realized, though. From the correct size to the right material, let’s see what makes the best bathroom rug.
The best place to start when purchasing a bathroom rug is in the bathroom. Measure from one edge of your tub or shower to the opposite end. This will help you gauge how large or small you need the bath rug to be. The standard sizing for bath mats is either 21 inches long or 34 inches long. This will allow a little bit of space on either end, so your rug doesn’t get caught on any fixtures or roll up against a wall. Knowing the measurements can also help you decide the shape you want for your bathmat. If you like a large mat but think it’ll be a tight fit, opt for an oval or round rug that can maneuver around other objects. If looking for a set like this LuxUrux Contoured Bathroom Rug Set, measure around the toilet as well and in front of the sink or sinks. Be sure to keep these measurements in mind when shopping.
Materials of bath rugs vary greatly but you want to choose wisely. Cotton is probably the most sought-after material for bathroom rugs. It is super absorbent and soft to the touch, particularly Egyptian cotton. Another common material is microfiber. From shag style to memory foam mats, microfiber is absorbent, quick-drying and easy to wash. The KMAT Microfiber Bathroom Rug, 20×32-Inch is cushy on your feet and the microfiber cover is soft on your skin. Another favorite microfiber mat is the HEBE Non-Slip Microfiber Bathroom Rug with soft fibers that are super absorbent.
It is fun to shop for home décor and essentials like a bathroom rug but you’ll also want to consider safety. Whether you have little ones or elderly that live in the home, it is important to find a rug with non-skid backing. This will help prevent falls or slips after showering. The H.VERSAILTEX Non-Slip Chenille Bathroom Rug, 2-Pc is ideal for shower safety. The thick rubber backing can grip almost any flooring so you can step out of the shower with confidence.
Another important factor to consider is the maintenance of a bathroom rug. For cotton rugs, you can usually machine wash and dry with great results. Microfiber is easy to machine-wash but typically needs to air dry outside. If the bathroom rug has a non-skid backing, you might be able to machine wash it, but air drying is a must. You don’t want the rubber backing to go through any heating in the dryer or it’ll disintegrate much faster.
If style is important to you, choosing the right bathroom rug can pull all your bathroom décor together. For a serene bathroom, choose a white, gray or muted color rug. A calming effect would call for soft blues and greens in your décor. To enhance the style, find a complimentary shower curtain and towels with matching colors to make your bathroom rug set complete.
Make your home the cozy and beautiful space that you want to live in by decorating and furnishing it with the best products. Just like your doormat or kitchen towels, your bathroom rug should be comfy and cozy and reflect your style for your home. Enjoy shopping for a new bathroom rug and then you can thoroughly enjoy using it.
DWYM Fun Fact
- The difference between a rug and a carpet is the size. A rug is 40 square feet or less than a piece of carpet.
- Although rugs didn’t make an appearance until much later, in the 16th century, homeowners would use straw over their dirt floors to provide stability and traction.
- Club soda will remove stains from a rug and brown paper bags will remove wax from a rug. Place a piece of a brown paper bag over the wax and heat it with a blow dryer for a few seconds. The wax will stick to the paper and lift off the rug.
- In 1963, the phrase “sweep it under the rug” was first coined.
- The “Red Carpet” was used as a reference as early as 458 BC by Aeschylus and is still used as a reference to a custom used for important figures walking down a carpeted aisle.
The Bathroom Rug Buying Guide
- Keeping up with proper maintenance of your bathroom rug will prolong its life.
- Some bathroom rugs are naturally anti-bacterial.
- If you purchase a non-skid rug, consider washing it with bleach to rid or prevent mold on the rubber backing. Of course, always pay attention to the care instructions on the product itself before using bleach in the wash.
- Rubber backing on rugs can get moldy on tile floors because of all the moisture that the rug itself retains.
- Finding an anti-bacterial rug is a great idea considering the bathroom is one of the most germ-filled areas of the home.