Cape Cod Doormat 22" x 40" Deck Size

$75.95 $72.95
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  • Durable, weather resistant, mildew proof, washable, and more!
  • Traps dirt, mud, snow and sand from entering your house
  • Cape Cod doormats have the reputation of being the best on the market
  • 5 year warranty (will last much longer)
  • 22" x 40" - Available in 28 colors
Cape Cod doormats are handcrafted in the USA by professional weavers!  Made from woven polypropylene, the many fibers of these mats brush away dirt, mud, snow, and sand from your shoes.  Cape Cod Doormat's have built a reputation as the best doormat on the market today!  5 Year Warranty.  22" x 40" (available in 28 colors)
Mildew proof, insect resistant, reversible, floats in water, washable, colorfast, resistant to saltwater, highly durable polypropylene mats.  Doormats measure 1.25" in thickness.

Please Note:  Meant for use on non-skid surfaces only.  If being placed on smooth surfaces with little texture, it is best to be kept under shelter, so that the floor surface does not get too slippery for the mat to grip.  Due to color variations from computer monitors, colors of the actual mats may vary slightly from what you see online.

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  • 3
    They look very nice but we thought it would be made of a natural material and it seems like some sort of man-made, almost plastic, material so that's disappointing.

    Posted by Susan Hanson on Apr 11th 2013

  • 5
    Very pleased with the Cape Cod doormat: exactly like the photo and description on the website: excellent quality at a reasonable price compared to other vendors: I plan to order more of the same doormats. Thank you.

    Posted by Beverly Giordano on Mar 29th 2013

  • 5
    I am very happy with my purchase. The mats are very nice and just as described. Easy to clean and look good at the door. Nice customer service.

    Posted by Sandra Klee on Oct 14th 2011

  • 5
    Great doormat so far

    Posted by Bruce LaBossiere on Aug 16th 2011