Creating A Boot Tray With Loose Pebbles

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Boot tray – Do not wet, slushy boots damage your floors and create a mess in your entranceway. A boot tray made of pebbles or cork is not only a cheap, environmentally friendly solution. It can also be an attractive addition to your home. Your boots remain elevated as the pebbles prevent water from collecting on your floor.

Posted on July 16, 2017 Tray With 0 comments

Creating a boot tray with loose pebbles are an easy and attractive solution to protect your floors from moisture and dirt. Then, buy a galvanized steel or aluminum tray or rubber or plastic mat. And fill it with pebbles purchased from your local dollar or craft store. The edge of the tray or the pad must be at least one and a half to two inches high to prevent pebbles from falling out during use.

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If you’re looking for a more environmentally friendly, unconventional boot tray, your wine cork collection is a good place to start. Cork is extremely durable and water resistant. Then, cut an old yoga mat or similar material to the shape you want. Use a powerful adhesive to glue the caps upright to the material one by one. Lim jams all the way to the edge of the mat and let it set for 24 hours before use.