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Black Raised Coin 18 in. x 18 in. x 3.1 mm Rubber Interlocking Modular Flooring Tiles, 6-Pack (13.5 sq. ft.)

$2.67 /sq. ft.
Covers 13.5 sq. ft.
$36.05 /case
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  • Ideal for garage, home gym, mud room, laundry room, utility room
  • Interlocking rubber flooring tiles for indoor residential use
  • Coin texture improves traction and protects floors below
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Protect your garage floors with TrafficMASTER Coin Top Utility Floor Tiles. The interlocking floor tiles create a safe, durable, and easy to maintain solution for any hard floor area. The puzzle-piece tiles simply snap together to create a 13.5 square foot area that will protect floors in your garage, utility room, home gym, patio, mudroom, and anywhere you need a durable flooring surface. Package contains six 18 in. x 18 in. square interlocking tiles.
  • Actual dimensions: 18 in. x 18 in. x 3.1 mm
  • Each case of 6 tiles covers 13.5 sq. ft.
  • Made of recycled synthetic rubber for strength and durability
  • Raised coin-top improves traction
  • Durable, heavy-duty rubber protects floors from damage
  • Puzzle piece flooring installs quickly and easily
  • Replace, remove, or repositions easily; sturdy tabs won't snap or break
  • Easy maintenance and ultimate performance
  • Tiles stay in place without the use of adhesives, glues, or tape
  • Ideal for any hard floor surface including hardwood, engineered hardwood, luxury vinyl tile, ceramic tiles, cement, and more
  • Gray tile pack sold separately to create a checkered floor pattern
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Product Thickness (in.)0.1220.340.47 in0.47 in
MaterialRubberRubberRubberRubber
Length (in.) x Width (in.)18 x 1854 x 3824 x 2424 x 24
Flooring Product TypeRaised Tread TileExercise MatGym/Excercise Rubber TileGym/Excercise Rubber Tile
Installation MethodInterlockingInterlockingInterlockingInterlocking
Water ProtectionWaterproofWater ResistantWater ResistantWater Resistant
Surface PatternCoinTexturedSpeckledTextured
Indoor/OutdoorIndoorIndoorIndoorIndoor
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Sturdy, easy to assemble
I got these for an area in front of my workbench that is shared with my car. The raised coins make it a little easier to stand for long periods, and reduce the friction for my workstool wheels making it easier to stay in place. Things that I drop tend to not bounce as far because of the rubber surface. I liked how easily they went together, I did use a deadblow hammer to make push one into the other one but that was mostly because I had several to do. One or two are perfectly fine doing them by hand. The car drives over them easily and I'm hoping that it will help with keeping the concrete floor stain free. Only time will tell how easy these are to clean as I didn't have any spills to clean up and a blower and hose took care of road dirt.
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Good for protecting floors
I obtained these interlocking flooring tiles to put under some exercise equipment to protect the floor. These are made of rubber, but rather stiff, not very bendable. They do the job of protecting the floor, however, I wouldn't consider them comfortable. They do interlock easily, and are easily taken apart as well. I haven't tried this yet, but it looks like they would be easy to spray clean with a hose and let air dry. I recommend for protection, not comfort.
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Good idea
These tiles are a good idea for a garage or closet. Probably not the best choice for a basement or other space that gets a lot of foot traffic as they are quiet thin, and don’t feel great under bare feet. It’s a rather expensive flooring solution for a garage, but they do look clean and nice once they are installed. They are around 1/8 of an inch thick.
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No availability of borders is disappointing
The first thing to note is this is not a padded flooring product to take strain off your feet. Instead, this is a hard rubber product to protect your flooring. It comes in 18 inch by 18 inch squares with an interlock system. Sadly, there are no smooth edge borders available so at the outside edges of your product you will have the interlock fingers sticking out. The product is not very thick but the material is durable enough that it makes cutting those edges off with a knife or scissors impossible. Most likely you will need to use a saw (band, circular, etc.) to cut the edges off. Another interesting this is the manufacturer has indicated one should leave half an inch of space around all outside edges to allow for expansion and contraction. That is a pretty significant gap between the product and your walls. The product snapped together fairly easily. The seems are visible close up but from a distance they are hard to see. I noticed dirt was immediately attracted to the surface and stands out against the black color. This might make them difficult to clean. Since the interlock is not water tight, you don’t want to mop or hose these down as water will become trapped under them. I decided to use these under my barbeque to prevent grease drips from running the concrete surface. The coins on the surface of the product did not cause any issues with the barbeque rolling up onto it.
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Easy to install, the right thickness, great grip, and tough
My garage floor has been treated with an epoxy coating that I am very happy with except for two areas that get rust on the floor from stored equipment. I ordered the TrafficMaster Rubber Interlocking Modular Flooring Tiles to use under my gas-powered snow blower and to place under a rolling cabinet where I store my hand truck by sliding the flat lifting platform under the front of the cabinet when it is up against the wall unless in use. My problem with the snow blower is that the cowling gets snow in it (duh) and can’t be completely dried when I put it up without a ridiculous amount of effort. The result is that moisture drips down to where metal contacts my floor and it leaves rust marks that are difficult to remove. My solution has been to rest the snow blower on old pieces of cardboard which become soggy and eventually begin to shred. In addition, when I move the blower out to remove snow a wind gust will often blow the cardboard into the garage…a pain. The mats are a more elegant solution and one I can pick up and store in the summer when I reposition my blower from next the door in the third bay of my garage to a corner where I store the lawn mower in the winter. They stay down where I put them and are easy to roll the blower onto. I used 4 of the six for the snow blower and two for the hand truck. Other than the occasional heavy load, I regularly use the hand truck year round for positioning a fairly heavy filtration system used to clean the outside of my windows. The steel hand truck gets wet of course and I have a similar problem with rust as with the snow blower. In addition, my garage floor is built to drain from front to back and the store the roll-away cabinet against the back wall where, because the floor isn’t level, it leans forward. Placing the TrafficMaster mats under the front wheels helps to mitigate the tilt of of the floor and the width of the tiles isn’t so thick as to prevent as easy roll over when putting the cabinet back in place after rolling it away for access or to use in a project. Easy to install, the right thickness, great grip and tough. An ideal solution to my problems on the floor.
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They're pretty sturdy!
I've had these for a week now and I can say that they are more of a heavy duty material. Not a foam gym or cushioned feel. This is perfect if you have something heavy in your garage like a treadmill or exercise bicycle to place underneath. I used mine for some cabinets that I needed to place and have more secure stability when I needed them to be in the corner. Super easy to assemble and looks like spills clean ups are easy.
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Looks good, but not all that useful
I’m still debating what type of flooring to use as I finish my garage and shop. I thought these tiles might be an inexpensive way to dress up the floor while providing a bit of cushioning, but they are neither inexpensive nor cushy. The seams are not waterproof so spilled fluids end up underneath them but they are waterproof enough to prevent the water from evaporating. On a slick floor these tiles add grip to prevent slipping. However, for similar cost I think I’d rather epoxy the floor with a traction aid mixed in.
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Easy to use & looks great
Tiles are 18” square measuring at their widest point and are 1/8” thick. They come in a box of 6 which weighs 14lbs. The box measures 18.5” X 18.5” and is 1.5” thick. The box has 6 squares in it and includes a page of instructions. The instructions advise you to start with a clean, dry, level floor upon which to place the squares. The instructions also give you a calculator to figure out how many boxes you’ll need to cover your selected square feet. Each square measures 18” from outside of each tab to outside of each tab. The squares hook together easily and even though the instructions suggest you use a mallet, I just stepped on mine and they clicked immediately into place. You have to line up the edges as the corners snap only into each other. By this I mean that you will have continuous lines in your flooring and unlike wood flooring where you would stagger the ends, you cannot do that with this flooring. The floor tiles have a definite topside and bottom side. The bottom side is rather slick; the top side is rough (not crazy rough, just not smooth) so you won’t slip on it. The circles on the top are just barely raised – not enough to trip on, but enough to keep you from slipping if you get oil on them. The instructions state that they’re cleaned with a broom or vacuum. If they get really dirty/soiled, you can use a damp cloth and some mild detergent. I used the 6 tiles given me in front of my washer & dryer and I like the clean look it gives. As finances dictate, I’ll be buying more. They are comfortable under foot and there’s a definite difference I can tell between standing on the tiles and standing on bare concrete when wearing tennis shoes.
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Very handy
I have placed these tiles in the garage where my laundry is located. They are easy to clean and the interlock pattern stays in place. Yesterday I had a little project to do on my truck, changing the serpentine belt. I discovered this has to be done from under the vehicle. So rather than lying on the concrete I redeployed my rubber tiles to driveway duty. Success, these are very handy to have around.
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Useful floor covering
These are a solid plastic like material. When I ordered them, I was thinking it was more of a heavy duty rubber. They function similarly and are lighter. When I felt the top with the raised coins, I originally thought they were rigid and would snap easily. The tiles can flex. I originally laid these on my wood floors and jumped around on them. They didn't seem to move as a hard plastic tile would. They stayed in place. I plan to put these in my garage to pick up messes from dirty shoes. The package came with 6 tiles which didn't cover very much. I'll have to order more to cover a larger area.
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