Mind and Matter

There’s no magic behind this mat, just a mineral that nature has gifted us. Diatomaceous earth, or grass of the sea, is a naturally occurring mineral that is made from the fossilized remains of tiny aquatic organisms. Over time this mineral becomes silica which makes up 26% of the earth’s crust. Sourced sustainably, this mineral can solve a variety of household needs.

The Natural Process

We harnessed this mineral and combined it with a natural fiber, forging it under extreme pressure to result in a durable solid. This solid was then submerged in water for 24 hours to guarantee it would not break down or decompose. Once the mats were lab tested, we took them home to see the solution at work in more personal spaces. After home testing we were blown away by the results and came up with more ways Dorai can help meet your daily needs. 

Bathrooms can be slippery.

That’s why Dorai’s base is covered with a cushioned grip mat to keep you in place.

Some toes like it soft.

We designed easy to remove covers as an added layer of cushioning for your feet’s delight.

Nobody likes bugs.

Diatomaceous earth is also a natural insect repellent keeping creepy crawlers away from your happy place.

Clean feet deserve clean surfaces.

Dorai removes moisture to eliminate invisible offenders such as bacteria and mold.

The Masterminds

We’re a team of inventors, problem solvers, designers and engineers. We’ve spent years helping other companies bring their products to market and are so excited for the opportunity to pursue a product of our own that we’re genuinely passionate about. Follow our journey and learn a little bit along the way.

Meet the Team

Q&A

How do you pronounce Dorai?

Great question! Dorai is pronounced DOR - eye and symbolizes a natural and dry home.

What is Diatomaceous earth?

Diatomaceous Earth is a naturally occuring sediment made from the fossils of oceanic microorganisms.

Where does Dorai store the water?

 The Dorai bath mat doesn’t “store” water. It rapidly evaporates the water through millions of pores.

What makes it antimicrobial?

Diatomaceous earth attracts and binds bacteria and parasites, causing them to dry out and die.

How do I clean my mat?

Dorai is easy to clean! Just use a little soap and water, if it gets stained you can sand it out  with the provided supplies.

What is the Dorai cover made of?

The optional mat cover is made from a blend of materials such as polyester and cotton, with some designs being 100% cotton.