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October 04, 2016, 11:35 PM #0

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Protect your investments, protect your floor. Floor Guard Garage Mats are constructed from a 28 oz. per square yard anti-skid vinyl coated nylon in grey or beige colour. 1″ diameter ethafoam barrier heat sealed around the perimeter (1″ rope also available for heavier duty applications) is designed to keep liquids and dirt trapped to prevent them from running all over and ruining your garage floor and walls. Material used is rated from -40 degrees Celsius to +40 degrees Celsius to withstand the toughest environment.

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    October 08, 2016, 10:22 AM #1

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    I can vouch, these are awesome. Imo a necessity in a garage where the pad shifted and water doesn't drain out. 
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      October 08, 2016, 04:48 PM #2

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      so once its in there how do you clean it up from the tarp?
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        October 13, 2016, 10:54 PM #3

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        Originally posted by benz88
        so once its in there how do you clean it up from the tarp?
        My pad isnt level and the water/melt would run toward the side wall. This contained the mess, and it would dry up after a day or two of dry weather. Otherwise id squeegee it out the end of the mat into the driveway or yard
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          Originally posted by Joe
          My pad isnt level and the water/melt would run toward the side wall. This contained the mess, and it would dry up after a day or two of dry weather. Otherwise id squeegee it out the end of the mat into the driveway or yard
          oh ok, For some reason I was thinking this was also used when servicing a vehicle too. Was wondering how you clean up spilled Oil and fluids lol Guess Water/Snow would be great of this
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            October 19, 2016, 03:20 PM #5

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            Winter is coming! These mats help protect your expensive cement floors as well as your tool boxes, shelving units and anything else you have in your garage. These mats use the thickest material on the market and require no assembly (unlike some other brands).

            They would contain oil and other fluids when servicing as well but they are more intended to contain water, sand and salt during the winter months.
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              « Reply #5 on: October 19, 2016, 03:20 PM »