G-Floor® Imaged Parking Mat is offered at a bargain price, $100 off (price is as shown), due to a skewing during the trimming of the mat. 55 Mil wear layer, B&W checkerboard, design underneath durable clear vinyl with high gloss topcoat with ceramic texture. border, simply roll out and your mat is ready to use, repositionable, and easy to clean.
Showcase your prized vehicles – autos, motorcycles, ATVs, golf carts, riding mowers, etc. – with super cool, multi-purpose G-Floor® Imaged Parking Pads. These vinyl floor mats are a fun way to protect your garage flooring from deterioration while giving your whole garage a facelift and your treasured toys a highlighted personal space when not in use.
Our G-Floor® Imaged Parking Mat garage floor protector looks just like racing tile but it’s actually a vinyl roll out garage mat. It only takes a couple of minutes to place, and you can move your parking pad whenever and wherever you want your mobile possessions parked. We recommend completely adhereing the mat to your subfloor.
Manufactured in the USA, the G-Floor® Imaged Parking Mat has a black and white checkerboard design scheme printed underneath a 55mil wear layer to keep it looking brand new for years.
Not only is the G-Floor® Imaged Parking Mat engineered to look great, it’s made from the highest quality materials for maximum durability and strength under heavy use and extreme temperature and weather conditions. These vinyl floor rolls offer other great features:
- DIY unroll installation; DIY cleaning and maintenance
- Waterproof barrier to protect floors from mold and mildew deterioration
- Also resists oil, battery acid, brake fluid, mud, salt, antifreeze & other common chemicals
- No peeling, cracking or curling
- Super easy to move
- Strong enough to drive a car on, yet cushions for anti-fatigue benefits
- Insulates and reduces noise
- Hides sub-floor imperfections
These won't last long and when they are gone - they are gone for good! Be sure to order yours today!
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