Materials and Care Instructions

There are many different materials from which yoga mats can be made. At OBOVE we have chosen 3 high-quality materials. Here you can find out more about the respective properties, facts and care instructions.
Materials natural rubber yoga mat


natural rubber

natural rubber forms the base and damping on the underside- whether as a support on a studio mat, parquet, carpet, lawn or sand - the yoga mat does not slip on the base and the ends do not roll up.

  • Resistant
  • Long-lasting
  • Easy to clean
How any other mat made of natural rubber, the OBOVE Cover Mat should also be protected from intensive and direct sunlight (over several hours), as the natural product could otherwise be damaged. Natural rubber also has its own odour, which disappears within 1-2 weeks.


microfibre

The microfibre surface absorbs water and sweat extremely quickly, as is already known from travel towels made of this material. This gives you the best hold and stability - no matter how sweaty your yoga class gets. So you don't have to worry about your hands or feet slipping away - the more you sweat, the better your hold.

  • Moisture repellent
  • Easy-care
  • Dry fast

artificial suede

The artificial suede rounds off the mat with the particularly soft, velvety feeling. This makes it pleasant and warm to the touch, especially during exercises with close mat contact.

Care

The easiest way to keep your mat clean and remove stains is to wash it in the >span> >span> washing machine. Use the delicate wash cycle at 30° Celsius or a low setting. Afterwards you can simply let them dry in the air (please do not dry them in the dryer ).