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I just couldn't help myself. Painting coir mats has been around a while, and you'll definitely find them in retail stores. However, when I saw that everyone was doing them, and just with black paint, I had to give them a try and this was the first thing that popped into my head.
HOW I DID IT
I bought a coir mat at Home Depot. I taped off the middle section and painted it white, then after drying, I taped those lines again to protect the white and painted the top and bottom sections red. In the file have included the measurements if you are using an 18"x30" mat. Then I put a square around the top design in my vinyl software so that I only cut out the "Hello my name is" wording, then place the stencil on the mat and paint. Do the same with the Mat part. You'll want to use a stiff bristle brush that is no more than about .5 wide at any point. I used a round one. I personally used Behr Exterior Paint plus Prime on mine and after a year and half in sun, snow, and rain it is still doing well. Really pounce to get the paint down into the fibers. I used a lot of paint. I did not seal this mat. Your experience might be different. These are what I did, but not a guarantee yours will work the same.