Another person has described the bath mat as “sensitive” and “very sensitive”.
The man told news.com.au he lost his bath mat when he bought it from a friend.
“It’s not very heavy, it’s not a heavy bath mat,” he said.
“I put it in the bathtub and then it kind of fell off.”
Mr Geddes said he bought the mat from a Melbourne company on March 1 and it arrived on Tuesday.
“The gentleman who picked it up said he’s not too fond of the smell, so I put it away,” he told news, “but I think it’s quite sensitive and a bit of a little bit fragile.”
The man said he had bought the pad to use on his balcony.
“There are three of them,” he explained.
“So I’m just trying to get a little space to use it, and the first one’s just a little flat surface.”
He said he tried to put the pad in the water in the same way he had done with other mats before.
“And it’s like you’re putting water in a glass of water, so the water will just wash over the surface, so it’s kind of like it’s sitting on top of a glass, so you’ve got to sort of work out how to move it, so they kind of float around in the bowl and sort of come off.”
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