I was wondering if anybody has ever used a wooden bath mat. I saw a nice
in myer and I was wondering if they work well. I was also wondering
has made one. The ones I have seen for sale in stores are made
from pine that
has been stained and sealed. When I did an internet search I
saw some very nice
cedar and teak mats. Im sure I could make one without
much hassle. Anyway could
anyone think of any negatives or positives for
for the ideas above?
Thanks in advance!
On Wed, 10 Jun 2009 15:35:30 -0500, george lopez
<georgelopez66[at]gmail[dot]com> wrote:>Hi All,
Cedar, teak, white oak are all good "water" woods. A good mat should
not slip. I have a rubber bath mat made from spent tires--but it
rests on a concrete floor. Rubber may react with vinyl or other
On Jun 10, 4:35 pm, george lopez <georgelopez66[at]gmail[dot]com>
I think what you're looking for is generically called a "duck board".
They are used any where there's a wet/muddy surface that you need to
stand/walk on. We had one in front of the laundry tubs for years.
Test drive one in bare feet before you spend a lot of time or money on
it. I always found them less than comfortable, if the ratio of cracks to
boards was too high. Wide boards take forever to dry. Pretty much need a
floor drain- once the wood is saturated, that water has to go somewhere.
Visited Belize in recent years. A fellow pointed out a few houses that
were built entirely from Mahogany. Belize was a large exporter of
timber 30s -40s (?) and then the mass cutting and hurricanes shortened
Those homes were never painted, treated or anything else.
Now they may running out of lobster.
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