Afton Mountain Indoor/Outdoor Polypropylene Braided Stair Tread - Blue Opal
Our Afton Mountain Indoor/Outdoor Polypropylene Braided Stair Treads are quality crafted in New England. These durable nylon and polypropylene blend rugs are flat braided using blended fibers that are space-dyed in rich jewel tones to create a subtle variegated look.
Family-friendly construction stands up to kids, pets and heavy traffic. Crush-resistant woven fiber filling provides cushiony support and always lies flat. Use indoors or out - the colors will always remain bright and true. Plus, they reverse for twice the wear!
These stair treads feel great underfoot, and they're so durable. Add the coordinating Rugs, Basket and Chair Pads for a great look in dining room, kitchen, hallway and more. Made with pride in the USA by Rhody Rugs, a family run company.
Please note: Minor "irregularities" are inherent with all handcrafted products and contribute to their one-of-a-kind appeal. Colors may vary slightly due to dye lot changes. Minimal size and pattern repeat variations are completely normal and to be expected. What may appear to be an irregularity in color or construction is a part of the product's handmade nature.
- 65% nylon/35% texturized polypropylene blend
- Great for kitchens, mudrooms, porch or patio
- Space-dyed jewel tones resist fading, colors stay bright
- Reversible for twice the wear
- Filler is non-absorbent and relaxes so the rug stays flat
- Made with pride in the USA by Rhody Rugs, a family-owned company
8" x 28"
8" x 28"
Care and Cleaning
Enjoy years of beauty and durability of this Afton Mountain Indoor/Outdoor Polypropylene Braided Stair Treads with the following proper maintenance:
100% polypropylene is durable and easy care. Shake out or vacuum the stair tread as needed (do not use beater attachment). To spot clean, use a mild soap/water solution and hose down, then air dry completely.
During initial use, "sprouts" of yarn may work their way to the surface. These are not defects, but a natural occurrence. Do not pull them; snip neatly with scissors. Reverse and rotate stair treads over time. This process will prolong their life by evenly distributing the wear.