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      17.03.2001 05:37
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      Several months ago we purchased a wooden duckboard for the bathroom ( from Argos).It is in the shape of a fish and has a rope attached to the fishs' mouth so it can be hung up to dry after use . It is comfortable to stand on the chunky wooden slats and the duckboard is non-slip , which is always a good idea when the floor is slippery due to the steam and drips of water . The duck board is flexible and has an antique pine finish and is 66cm long , our bathroom is quite small so we always hang it up when it is not in use as we'ed be tripping over it everytime we needed to go to the bathroom . It costs 14.99 so for this price we thought we'ed be getting something durble and effective as compared to bath mats which cost about 7 pounds it was expensive . However a month after we bought it bits of the pine finish just seem to be falling off all the time , even though we only use it twice a day and always dry it properly and hang it up after use . It was just little bits at first now great chunks are falling off . I wouldn't buy this product or one similar ever again . I'm going to stick to a regular machiene washable cotton bath mat next time .

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