Memory foam mats


So I'm guessing a lot of you know about these, but in case anyone else is late to the party, I want to rave about memory foam mats. I just found out about these when I stood on one to shave and such at my aunt-in-law's house last week. They are soft and squishy and really pretty nice. And for cozy warm comfort, they sure beat tile or even hardwood floors.
And they are cheaper than you might think. You can find them for $10 to $15.
I'm a pretty simple guy who doesn't need a lot of cushy comforts, but I think these would provide a serious quality-of-life upgrade. Not even as much for the bathroom, as I don't spend as much time in there, but I would really appreciate one at the kitchen sink and one in the nursery in front of the changing table when baby #2 comes along.

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  • Dianna Wood
    on May 25, 2014

    Hummm! I can't stop looking at that lady painting her toe nails with red polish - I'm just saying!

  • Sue Kiene
    on Oct 5, 2016

    Mary, I had the same concern. Rather like putting the magnetic signs on your vehicle which damages the paint underneath. I would love to have one in my kitchen but with hardwood floors I am hesitant to purchase one.

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