Vitrazza reviews: Due to the pandemic in the past year, many people have been working from home. It seems that many people can continue to work remotely for at least part of the week. In the early stages, many people settled temporarily. As weeks have turned into months, with permanence available, the WFH experience has been continuously improved.
Computers, monitors, desks, webcams, and office chairs have all been replaced. Vernazza has a suggestion for an often-overlooked component of home office upgrades: the chair mat. The Colorado-based company sells glass office chair mats made in the United States.
Glass chair mats have several advantages over traditional plastic chair mats. Plastic mats wear out, resulting in wheel ruts and damaged edges. Dirt gets ingrained in them. They turn yellow or discolored. They have the ability to generate static electricity.
When I lifted it up, I discovered that the premium plastic mat I’d been using to protect my office’s hardwood floor — which lies flat against the floor — had actually rubbed some of the finish off the floor all around its perimeter.