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Multy Home 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tile (6-Pack)
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Discontinued Multy Home

12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tile (6-Pack)

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Renew and resurface any outdoor living space with the Multy Home Deck Tile. These tiles are designed with drainage channels to ensure water and debris quickly flows off the top surface. These tiles can easily give your deck or patio a whole new look without all the hassle of installing a new floor.

  • For use outdoors to create a beautiful landscape
  • Each deck tile weighs approximately 2 lbs., making it lightweight and portable
  • Recycled materials make deck tile scratch resistant, stain resistant and moss resistant
  • Deck tile is UV resistant, will not fade in sun
  • Quick-click connection system makes it easy to install and keeps tiles secured together

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How do we cut them?

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yonkers, ny
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April 3, 2015
I saw the film but it isn't clear to me which tool can we use to cut the tiles other than a jig saw. We don't own a jig saw. Or, would it be better if I bought/rented one.
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Aurora IL
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September 5, 2015
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Score them with a utility knife and then break them. Cut through the edges first with a hack saw.
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April 25, 2015
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You'll definitely need a power saw. I tried a hand saw and I could not pull it back. Then I used a power saw and it was a lot of work. The heat generated by the friction of the blade melted them, they became sticky and melted back together. Had to do a lot of re-cutting.
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April 6, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in our 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tile (6-Pack). We would recommend using a jigsaw to cut these deck tiles as it would be quicker and easier. If you do not own a jigsaw, many of The Home Depot stores have tool rental centers where you could rent one. Check with your local Home Depot to confirm availability.
Alternatively, we would suggest using a sharp utility knife
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Thank you for your interest in our 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tile (6-Pack). We would recommend using a jigsaw to cut these deck tiles as it would be quicker and easier. If you do not own a jigsaw, many of The Home Depot stores have tool rental centers where you could rent one. Check with your local Home Depot to confirm availability.
Alternatively, we would suggest using a sharp utility knife with a straight edge ruler. You may need to cut along the same edge multiple times to cut through the deck tile. Hope this helps answer your questions!
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Orange, Ca.
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April 6, 2015
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Hi Mrsmc, you can use a jigsaw and utility knife. The jigsaw is a better cutting tool and with a right blade you can make a smooth cut.
If you have your project mapped out and ready to install except for cuts, you might want to rent a jigsaw. However jigsaws are not very expensive and they are fun to use.
This might be the beginning of a lot of fun projects if you purchase one. Enjoy.
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Will the product stand up against the heat and sun in Arizona?

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March 24, 2015
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Phoenix, AZ
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April 25, 2015
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I hope so, I installed them on my Arizona patio. We'll see how they do this summer.
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March 26, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in our 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tile (6-Pack). The performance and quality of these deck tiles will not be affected by the heat and sun as they are highly weather resistant. The tiles will stand up to all weather conditions, including sun, rain, snow & even the cold! Hope this answers your questions!
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Can these be used on the ground instead of a deck?

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March 22, 2015
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Phoenix, AZ
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April 25, 2015
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No, you need a hard surface to pound them together.
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March 24, 2015
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Thank you for your interest in our 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck Tiles. We recommend only using these deck tiles on hard surfaces, such as a balcony, deck, patio or concrete surface. We cannot guarantee the integrated connector clips will hold together if placed on the ground which may be an uneven surface. We hope this helps answer your questions.
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Can these tiles be applied over a rubberized membrane roof?

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Thank you for your interest in our 12 in. x 12 in. Earth Rubber Deck tile (6-Pack). These deck tiles can absolutely be used over a rubberized membrane roof, as long as the roof is structurally stable and secure! Hope this helps answer your questions!
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Beware of Poor Abrasion Resistance, Difficult to Cut I installed these tiles on my patio. Installation was fairly easy, they fit together nicely. All of that pounding was therapeutic . BUT, they were not as easy to cut as was advertised. The heat generated by the friction of the cutting blade melted them, re-cutting was needed as they stuck back together. They look nice and are comfortable to walk on BUT the abrasion resistance is not good. There are marks all over the surface where the patio furniture sits. I found that I could remove these defects by scrubbing with a wet sponge. Overall I really like the product but I don't like having to do so much maintenance on the surface. Because of the channels, they dry quickly after it rains. April 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Make a very nice patio Extremely easy to put together and the results were great. July 7, 2015
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