|Coverage Area (sq. ft)||6||Product Length (in.)||36 in|
|Product Thickness (in.)||0.25 in||Product Width (in.)||24 in|
|Width (in) x Length (in)||24in x 36 in|
|Backing Material||Rubber||Cleaning Instructions||Garden hose|
|Commercial / Residential||Commercial / Residential||Construction||Machine-Made|
|Features||No Additional Features||Flooring Product Type||Commercial Mat|
|Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor, Outdoor||Location Type||Classroom, Deck, Entryway, Garage, Kitchen, Laundry Room, Office, Patio|
|Mat Weight (oz.)||128.0||Pattern||Solid Color|
|Recycled Materials (%)||0||Returnable||90-Day|
|Rug Material||Rubber||Shade Type||Dark|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||90 Day Limited|
A: I would place a piece of cardboard under it during the break in period of the generator. (the first 20 hours)
A: I actually had it indoors on hardwood for a while and it's been on other surfaces and it's never left any mark that I've noticed
A: yes, I've had it out in my garage for years, never stains or sticks to the floor
A: It should serve that purpose well. Some water will accumulate in the perforations, but due to the thickness of the rubber that should not interfere with the increased safety. Be aware that there is always some risk of someone tripping over the edge of any mat. Fortunately, this one is industrial quality and tends to stray down flat around the edges.
A: I bought them for traction as well for outdoor steps after a snow. They seem to have good traction but I haven't really had a chance to test it well.
A: I think this would work as a mat for many purposes.
A: I used mine over a wet spot in the concrete garage. It's right where the wife would get out of her car. And it would only be wet when it rained. We are in northeast ohio so it has rained a lot. Its been in place about 2-1/2 years with no sign off degradation. Works great; there are little feet on the bottom that allows the water to dry. Your application sounds ideal.
A: This would be great under a drinking fountain. At least a single unit it should be large enough and the way the holes are itll allow it so there isnt water pooling where you are directly standing and slip.
A: I have used it outside for a couple of years now. No problems, easy to clean, no weather or sun effect. Still pliable
A: We use this inside but in an often wet environment. When they get worn we have trimmed the torn sections and used them for an exterior door mat. They have worked fine outdoors too.
A: It is industrial rubber and can be used either inside or outside. I would think there would be some people who would prefer to place it outside the back door. It's definitely not designed for decore in a home and is more industrial in application
A: We purchased this specifically for the "floor" of our "shower" we build out of PVC when camping. We put it directly on the forest floor and have used it many times. It has held up great. We purchased a second one for our outdoor shower in our backyard. It worked perfectly! Very durable, and would be comfortable to stand on for long periods of time.
A: I'm not sure. We use it in the garage. It is wet a good part of the time, very cold - freezing in the winter, and seems to hold up well. Right next to where my wife gets out of the car there is a very slight depression in the concrete. The depression collects water. Hence we put the mat there about three years ago, when we had the garage floor redone, so she does not have to step into a wet spot. There are no signs of deterioration to the mat.
A: Maybe 3/4 of an inch, it is thick enough not to be moved by wind or wiping your feet. Substantial mat
A: This is.25" thick.
A: About 1/2 inch in depth, tapers nicely around edges. Not a trip hazard.
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