Shake out the doormats when you sweep your porch and/or after your lawn is mowed. A good shaking will remove a lot of dust and dirt that otherwise might be tracked into your home.
Vacuum the doormats to release deeply embedded dirt that shaking alone won't always get. This is a good time to inspect your doormat and make sure it's still in good condition.
Be sure to follow your manufacturer's instructions, but many outdoor doormats can be rinsed off with a garden hose. Some tougher spots may need a tiny bit of mild dish soap. This is ideally done seasonally to get your doormat in great shape for whatever weather the next season brings.
- Always read your manufacturer's instructions to know the requirements for cleaning your doormats.
What You Need
- Vacuum Cleaner
- Garden Hose
- Mild Dish Soap