We are very pleased to be able to offer you this fantastic Ballina runner in brown. This runner can be used all around the house; in the kitchen, a hallway, up the stairs etc.
Available Width : 660mm Available Lengths : 1000mm (1m) , 2000mm (2m) , 3000mm (3m) , 4000mm (4m) , 5000mm (5m) , 6000mm (6m) Available Thickness : 5mm Features :
Anti slip latex backing
Can be cut with a utility knife
Our runners are sold by the metre, up to a length of 6m.
For a length of over 6m please Please note: contact us.
Long Runner Mats
Runners are fantastic for hallways, kitchens, staircases… in fact all around the home! We have a range of styles including the super hard wearing needle point ‘Ballina’ made from 100% polypropylene at 660mm up to 6 metres in length with a latex anti-slip backing with can be easily cut and trimmed with a utility knife.
We also have the fabulous ‘Decorative’ style, sized at a slightly wider 670mm up to 4 metres in length. The Decorative range is made from 100% Polyamide soft microfiber with a 5mm pile depth that feels luxurious under foot and incredibly is machine washable at 30°C! The mat can be easily cut in any direction and has an anti-slip backing. The dark grey velvet version is absolutely gorgeous… what’s not to love!
Long Runner Mat
1000mm (1m) , 2000mm (2m) , 3000mm (3m) , 4000mm (4m) , 5000mm (5m) , 6000mm (6m)
Anti slip latex backing
Indoor use only
Cleaning & Care
Keeping your runner mat looking it’s very best takes a few easy steps. Firstly we recommend at least once a week giving the mat a brush to bring up the pile as well as a good shake in the garden. Running your vacuum over the mat will not hurt whatsoever, just be careful when you are near the edges otherwise it might disappear! Runner mats can be spot cleaned too with cool water or with a proprietary spot cleaning spray, just patch test & follow the instructions! And finally if your mat needs a good clean you can actually machine was them at 30°C. Amazingly when these mats are machine washed, they actually become more efficient at grabbing dirt!
The best way to dry these runner mats is to ensure they are laid flat, either on a washing drying rack, hanging off a trouser clip hanger or washing line etc. We recommend the mat is NOT dried on a non draining surface as the back will not dry. We would also not recommend laying on or over a radiator as the heat could damage or dent the backing.
Its important to ensure the vinyl or rubber backing is fully dry before re-laying the mat as the back can start to deteriorate.