Shield Your Home Against Bacteria
With a Copper Mat
Live in Harmony with your Pets
Pets track 7 DIFFERENT BACTERIA into your home, including those in a cat litter box. These bacteria* can be transferred to humans. The bacteria* from pet feces is directly linked to Irritable Bowl Syndrome (East Tennessee State University).
Reduce Germs & Bacteria
Disease causing bacteria attach to the bottom of your shoes and can cause infections in the stomach, eyes, lungs, skin and urinary tract and bloodstream. 90% of these bacteria, such as E. Coli, transfer to your floors and carpets and survive for days and weeks.
Get a CopperFoot Mat™ and
STOP Harmful Bacteria* at the Door!
CopperFoot Mat™ and CopperPaw Mat are made with EPA registered CuVerro Shield™ antibacterial copper by Aereus Technologies.
The antibacterial copper on the Mats kill 99.9% of the disease causing bacteria* continuously, and work 24/7/365.
The bacteria* killing ability of the Mats never wear off.
No toxins or chemicals like bleach or disinfectants.
Disease causing bacteria attach to the bottom of your pet's feet and can cause infections in the stomach, eyes, lungs, skin and urinary tract and bloodstream. 90% of these bacteria, such as E. Coli, transfer to your floors and carpets and survive for days and weeks.
How it's Made
What People Are Saying
Sarah Johnson - Grandma
"I have one at the entry of every door in my house. The mat will start to turn black which shows that it's working. I simply clean it every couple weeks."
Dr. Jaida Reeves - DVM Veterinarian
“I highly recommend CopperPaw Mat for anyone who owns a pet. Great for doggie doors, litter boxes or any entry door areas in your home to keep your floors & furniture cleaner.”
Dr. Kevin Hunter - DC Chiropractor
“I have already purchased a few mats for my home, and I’m buying another for my office. I like having peace of mind that less germs are being trekked into my home. Thank you!”
Important Care Information
Indoor Use Only
All CopperFoot Mats™ and CopperPaw Mats are designed to be used inside only. Using the mats outside will compromise their ability to clean bacteria* effectively.
No Lysol or Bleach
Only soap and water using the hard surface of a sponge. Or citric acid powder mixed with water.