Unbleach natural coconut fibre twisted in wire. Coco fibre is obtained from the fruit of the coconut palm. The fibres lie between the external leathery shell and the actual coconut. They can grow up to 30 cm in length, are used as bristles for brooms, brushes, and hand brushes. As braided cords, coconut fibres are also made into mats.
Coconut Fiber rugs are made from coco fibre extracted from the outer husks of coconut, which makes it a natural and environmentally friendly doormat. Coir mats are relatively waterproof and one of few natural fibres resistant to deterioration from seawater.