4 Pack Smooth Interlocking Square Rubber Tile Mats – AmeriHome



Includes four 20-inch square interlocking rubber mats
Interlock multiple sets to cover a large area and create a custom shape
3/8-inch-thick rubber reduces foot, knee and back fatigue in the shop or garage
Prevents slipping on wet concrete and tile
Ideal in the garage, home gym, or laundry room
Flexible, super durable non-skid padded material absorbs shocks
4 pieces covers 10.67sq ft.

150 in stock

SKU: RMTS20I4PK Categories: , ,


Cover your floor and reduce fatigue and soreness with the Buffalo Tools Anti-Fatigue Industrial Interlocking Rubber Square Rubber Tile Mats. Four 20 by 20 inch flexible Square Rubber Tile Mats interlock on all sides, so you can link multiple sets together to create a custom shape for your space. Solid rubber 3/8 inch thick provides enough cushion to reduce fatigue without creating a tripping hazard, and the non-slip surface gives you more traction when grease and other liquids get spilled. Just spray it clean with a hose or power washer when it gets dirty.

Item # RMTS20I4PK

  • Choosing a Rubber Mat for my home or warehouse involves considering several factors to ensure it meets my needs. To begin with, here are some key considerations:
    1. Purpose and Application:
      • First, I identify the specific use of the mat. Is it for the home, a commercial warehouse, or an industrial setting? Different settings may require different types of mats.
    2. Material:
      • Rubber mats come in various materials, including natural rubber, synthetic rubber, and recycled rubber. Consider the material’s durability, resistance to chemicals, and ability to withstand heavy loads.
    3. Thickness:
      • The thickness of the mat is crucial, especially in industrial or warehouse settings. Compared to thinner mats, thicker mats provide better cushioning and durability. Without a doubt, this is essential for areas with heavy foot traffic or equipment.
    4. Surface Texture:
      • The surface texture of the mat affects its slip resistance. For areas prone to spills or moisture, choose a mat with a textured surface to enhance traction and reduce the risk of slips and falls. Sooner or later
    5. Size and Shape:
      • Measure the area where you intend to place the mat. Ensure that the mat’s size and shape match the space requirements. In fact, some mats come in interlocking pieces, allowing you to customize the size according to your needs.
    6. Resistance to Chemicals and Oils:
      • If the mat will be exposed to chemicals or oils, I choose a mat with resistance to these substances. To put it another way, industrial or automotive areas where spills may occur may require extra durable protection.
    7. Ease of Cleaning:
      • Another key point I consider is how easy it is to clean and maintain the mat. For instance, mats in high-traffic areas may require frequent cleaning. As long as they are easy to wipe down, I can clean with common cleaning agents.
    8. Anti-Fatigue Properties:
      • In places where people stand for extended periods, like a warehouse or workshop, I consider using mats with anti-fatigue properties. In this example, mats provide cushioning to reduce stress on joints and muscles.
    9. Weight Capacity:
      • For industrial or warehouse use, I check the weight capacity of the mat. For example, I ensure it can withstand the weight of heavy equipment or machinery without deforming.
    10. Budget:
      • Finally, I set a budget for the mat. Prices can vary based on material, thickness, and features. Of course, I balance my requirements with my budget to find the best value for my needs.