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The Washington Post

"For a multiseason mat that can handle whatever winter throws at it, try a lobster-rope mat, says Lisa Myers, owner of home-goods store Capers in Seattle. “They work to shed the water and they have a little bit of coarseness to the rope that takes the dirt off,” Myers says. She highlights the Rope Co.’s doormats, handmade in Maine by fifth-generation lobstermen ($65-$129, theropeco.com). “They’re super durable. I had a similar one for many years and I just hosed it down and it keeps looking great.”

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