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  1. I cant seem to find mats that can be configured for different size spaces. I need to cover approximately 4 X 6 (typical space between cooktop and sink in island). I really dislike having the seam down the middle caused by fixed size mats (e.g., 2 x 5). Does some sell a product that can be sized to meet my needs?

  2. I saw your article about Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mats. It was very good. I saw your content and wrote a lot. I benefited from reading your blog. Waiting for the next content.

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  1. […] First, you vacuum your mat just like you would usually. Then, you flip the mat upside-down and vacuum it again. This has the outcome of sucking dirt out, but also (somehow?) pushing dirt from the front side of the mat. If you lift up the mat, you’ll see. (Warning: The first time you do this; it may be a little gross). Here are some tips on how to clean your different types of kitchen mats. […]

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