they are machine washable
Quoting KnittingMomC:How do you take care of it? Is there mildew buildup?
I have a textured bottom on the tub.
I also have a Rubbermaid mat that I will clean using a scrub brush and a diluted bleach solution. It works great.
Quoting angelachristine:I have one of those memory foam Bathmats. I got it for 5 dollars on black friday.
I don't use one now, but when I did I always pulled it up after every use and let it air dry - I would hang it over the bar that was built into the shower/tub. My ds was the only one that used that tub so it was easy.
I just got a memory foam for my shower, but otherwise, just your normal shag-style mats for all the others. we wash em every few weeks or whenever they are noticably ready for washing (not soft and pretty).
I use a suction cup one inside the tub and replace it when it gets gross. they are like $10 at walmart. We have a towel-like bathmat we use for getting out of the tub and just wash it.
Thick towel type bathmats. I don't use the rubber backed ones because they eventually fall apart in the wash. Or in a pinch, I towel dry and then throw the towel on the floor to use for a bathmat. I usually do that when the real bathmats are being washed.
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