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WellnessMats

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WellnessMats

WellnessMats Photo (c) by Wellnessmats.com, licensed to About.com for limited usage.

The Bottom Line

I can never go back to working in my kitchen without a WellnessMat. It makes stirring pots at the stove, mixing doughs and batters on the counter or even washing dishes in the sink so much more bearable. I promise, once you experience the comfort of a WellnessMat you'll never go back either.
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Pros

  • Incredibly comfortable for the feet.
  • No more sore backs.
  • Easy to keep clean.
  • It lays flat and doesn't slide all over the floor.
  • 7 Year Warranty

Cons

  • Since it's higher than a normal mat, you may trip on it a few times in the beginning.
  • It may be a little tight under a stove with a bottom sliding drawer.
  • Having to own several more for the kitchen, the bathroom and my brother-in-law's boat.

Description

  • The WellnessMat is the perfect mat for anyone who spends a lot of time on their feet in their kitchen.
  • It's a must-have if anyone in your home suffers from back or foot problems. They can work in the kitchen pain-free.
  • The WellnessMat is very easy to clean.
  • It lays flat, and after the first couple of days having it, you won't trip on it.
  • The WellnessMat comes in several sizes, colors and designs.
  • It's the perfect kitchen gift for that person who bakes in your life.

Guide Review - WellnessMats

The WellnessMats are thick, and squishy, mats that are used anywhere you have to stand a long time. With the WellnessMats, it doesn't matter if I'm working on a lattice pie crust on the counter, stirring Lemon Curd at the stove for 10 minutes or just doing the dishes, from now on I'll be doing it in comfort.

The biggest thrill for me with the WellnessMat is that I can work in my kitchen barefoot again. I've suffered off and on with plantar fasciitis, a common foot condition, that hasn't allowed me to stand for long periods of time without shoes. Being a southerner, it's just not natural to have to wear shoes in the summer months.
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