How does one improve on a shaggy piece of fabric on the floor? The answer, as it turns out, is by making it from something other than a shaggy piece of fabric. The Bath Mat Light Soil is made from diatomaceous earth. The surface absorbs the water from your wet feet when you stand on it so you don’t track it throughout the bathroom. Then it dries naturally overtime.
This all natural bathmat is actually made by mixing the diatomaceous earth with paper pulp fibers. The end result is a sturdy product that won’t need to be washed after a week. Which honestly is the biggest draw here. Over all, it’s less work for a functional product. However, it’s a really expensive solution and will likely be the most expensive bath mat you’ve ever seen. The Bath Mat Light Soil is 8,100 yen.