Rated 3.7 out of 5Â by 6
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Oakridge Garage Floor Mat
Bought one last year, worked well through the winter when we get lots of snow coming in on the car, so when it melts the mat contains it pretty well. Some water escapes from one corner - haven't figured out why yet
Still need to vacuum up the water to get rid of it, but at least it contains it so other things in the garage don't get wet
Just bought a second one for the other vehicle
June 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Paradise Does what you want it to do.
Purchased the Heavy duty mat just in time for a long Canadian winter. Its been set up for several months now and is doing exactly what it was supposed to do... It holds a lot of rain water and keeps the snowy car slush nuggets in. I'd recommend purchasing a wet dry vac to empty out the water every week in the mid winter months.
Come spring time.. just slide the whole mat out and power spray it down and it will be good as new again.
Save your concrete floors and buy this mat.
November 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by CustomerAl Clean Park Garage Mats
We were impressed with how quickly they arrived from The Home Depot via UPS. We bought two and the assembly of the second one went a lot faster. We are not happy with how the corners fit together on the end closest to the street. Now that the painful process of assembly is over they should provide good containment of water from rain and snow off our vehicles in the garage.
November 25, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by AlbertaRob Like an erector set! :-(
A garage floor mat shout be something you can drag outside and dump out the slush and mud. This thing is held together with dozens of clamp together plastic edge pieces. They say to sweep it out, but it would require disassembly to get it outside.
It's going back
November 19, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Willie Great if You Put in the Effort
I am a remodeler /doit your self guy and i found the edging to be a pain in the butt . It wasnt hard just tedious , i always want stuff perfect or as close as can be . You have to smack down the edge 2-3 times B4 it stays snapped in place and i kept the mat inside the heated part of the house for 3-4 days which made it easier. I found if you mark your car tires on the floor and sudtract the width from the width of the mat you can get it centered and mark the floor b4 you roll out the mat.I also noticed it not slick when wet as noted in description and cleans very easy with a sponge mop.I was thinking this mat would be rolled up for storage in the summer but after putting it together i think it will stay out for a while i did get the protector strips which i put down with carpet tape and it looks great and works even better. Final word , yeah its a pain in the butt and if you get the protector strips you will invest a little on how you choose to put it together mine turned out great no wrinkles , centered perfect and looks great
January 29, 2013