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Absorbs water and dirt from muddy dogs to keep them and your floors cleaner. Microfiber Chenille. Machine wash and dry.

  • Materials: Microfiber Chenille (80% polyester/ 20% polyamide)
  • Care: Machine wash and dry
  • Absorbs 5x more water than regular cotton doormat
  • No-slip backing
  • Please note: This item is only eligible for return if it is unused and unopened
  • Dimensions: Regular: 26" x 36"; Extra Large: 36" x 60"
  • Weight: 2 lbs.

140 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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2

Great but a pain to wash

1/24/2017 by Julie

I love the rug but ran into trouble when I washed it. It takes on so much water it kept causing my washing machine to go off balanced. I'm considering buying a couple more but using them on my couch since my dog likes to get up there when I'm gone. At least that way I don't have to wash it as oftenMore > < Less

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Soggy Doggy Rug

2/15/2015 by Carol

It is a well-made rug and attractive, but I do not agree that it is a miracle rug. I still have to towel off my dog when he comes in from outdoors, I got the impression from the video that all he had to do was stand on the rug and all the moisture would be sucked from his paws. That was naive of me. I would recommend getting the towels made of the same material for the best job.More > < Less

2

Ehhhh

4/9/2014 by Dirk

OK with water but not too good with mud and debris.

2

Yeh

4/7/2014 by Dirk

Its OK with water but poor with mud and leaves.

1

Meh

12/5/2017 by Tyna

The white dog bone outline immediately started falling out. So I had white yarn everywhere. My dog yakked on it, so I washed it. What a heavy heavy soggy mess! It was too heavy for my extra large washer and it stopped in mid-cycle. I had to put towels on the floor to pull the rug out on - as it’s deipoing everywhere - got it to the sink where I tried to hand-wring it out.
Put it back In the washer to spin it out.
Per your instructions, I dried it on a low setting - at which point all the rubber disintegrated into the dryer/dryer vent.
Oh, and did I say it took 3 (THREE) hours to dry?
Wow. Next time it gets dirty it will go in the trash.
Lesson learned, sadly.
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Soggy Doggy UpdateDec2016 V3

About Soggy Doggy

Paw Patrol

Tired of dirty, wet paw prints all over your house? Joanna Rein remembers feeling that way.

Despite stockpiling rags and towels by the backdoor, her four young kids could never tackle their dog Buddy’s wet paws when he came in from the yard. She wanted an easy way to clean and dry Buddy without creating a huge mess, and she was inspired by two things: the tiny chamois towel she saw a swimmer using at a swim meet, and the soft, dangling brushes in a car wash. It took some experimentation (and help from a patient tailor) before Joanna perfected a simple, practical solution for wet paws that even Buddy likes using.

The secret is in the “noodles,” the textured strands of microfiber chenille that are woven together to create Joanna’s Soggy Doggy Doormat and Soggy Doggy Super Shammy. These shaggy textiles soak up water and trap dirt like a sponge. And they really work. The doormat can absorb 5 times more water than a regular cotton doormat, and it easily doubles as a crate pad, car mat or couch cover. The Super Shammy—which has hand pockets so you can get a firm grip when you’re toweling off your pooch—can hold up to seven times its weight in water.

Dogs love the softness, while we love the durability (just toss in the washer and dryer). It’s the best reward for a wet romp.