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Argos Home - Coir and Rubber Doormat - 45x75cm - £5.25 @ Argos (Free C&C)
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Argos Home - Coir and Rubber Doormat - 45x75cm - £5.25 @ Argos (Free C&C)

£5.25£725%Argos Deals
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Posted 4th Oct
Strong, durable and great value, this coir doormat with a beautiful iron effect rubber border, would make a welcoming addition to your doorway. The coir finish acts like a brush, so it will clean in between the treads of many shoes and boots and ensure excess dirt is not trodden into the house.

  • 100% coir, .
  • Size L75, W45cm.
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Voted hot a step in the right direction!
Del_boy__04/10/2019 22:01

Voted hot a step in the right direction!


I like that
Edited by: "rosalina1818" 4th Oct
On the email it just stated "Argos Rubber Doormat" with a black argos logo. I legit thought argos were selling their own logo doormat
People are going to walk all over this deal.
Thank you for posting @rosalina1818 we have added this to the Highlights pages
Thanks OP, bought 1 today
Drat! I have just purchased mine from Amazon for £9.99 ...
billyboyjones05/10/2019 20:41

Drat! I have just purchased mine from Amazon for £9.99 ...


Oh dear. Same mat??
sammyfernandes05/10/2019 18:33

People are going to walk all over this deal.


This is not a deal you could sweep under the carpet.
TGPips05/10/2019 23:29

This is not a deal you could sweep under the carpet.


Absolutely right! It's so good to hear funny comments. Thank you!!!!
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Do you put these outdoors?
ra78606/10/2019 02:22

Do you put these outdoors?


I have one outside.
Coir sounds like an Irish word especially if you say it in an Irish accent, it's actually fibre from the outer shell of a Coconut usually sourced from Sri Lanka and India. So I'm afraid none of you can benefit from my 'backstop' joke because it's unfortunately out of context.
fishmaster06/10/2019 11:57

Coir sounds like an Irish word especially if you say it in an Irish …Coir sounds like an Irish word especially if you say it in an Irish accent, it's actually fibre from the outer shell of a Coconut usually sourced from Sri Lanka and India. So I'm afraid none of you can benefit from my 'backstop' joke because it's unfortunately out of context.


Coir is what an Irishman says when a pretty girl bends over in a Carry On film.
If i didn't have one already I'd walk all over this deal xxc
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