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Old 02-05-2016, 01:05 AM   #1
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Currently I have a a regular doormat, but it's cracking from being rolled up. I'd like something more flexible and a bit larger. How does indoor/outdoor rug material work? I'd like one big enough to put my Yoga mat on and use it in the evening, but that would shake out and roll up easily.

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Old 02-07-2016, 04:50 PM   #2
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That should work. I bought an indoor/outdoor type mat not long ago & made a golf practice platform. It is thin pile not the grass look type. It would roll up nice & tight for storage with your intended use. It would be too light to leave out unattended if the wind came up though.
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Great idea. Thank you. I'll look into it. And maybe local rocks to hold it down.
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6 feet rolls up to approx 4 inch diameter easily.

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This 6'x5' piece is new and a bit stiff. A 6'x3' piece would roll up a bit tighter because it would be easier to handle.
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Perfect. B's don't give you a lot of leeway for storage.
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