|Package Dimensions||92.2 x 10.8 x 10.8 cm; 2.6 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||2.6 kg|
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Chair Mat Carpet Floor Protectors PVC Home Office Room Computer Work Mats 120x90
- ⭐ 【HIGH QUALITY】: Made from high-quality PVC material. The overall dimensions of the product are 120cm x 90cm x 0.5cm. Comes in clear colour.
- ⭐ 【DURABLE】: Sturdy and rugged construction. Protects your floor from accidental damages. Meant for long-term and regular use.
- ⭐ 【ELEGANT】: Crafted for a beautiful design. Grippers are provided on the back side of the mat. A pefect addition to your existing furniture.
- ⭐ 【PRACTICAL】: Suitable for carpeted surfaces. Built strong and tough to resist wear and tear effects. It comes with 1 year standard warranty.
- ⭐ 【USE INSTRUCTION】: Recommeded to put it under heavy weight item for 2-3 days to flatten it. If still rolls up, put in under hot water and let it cool down, pull it outwards to flatten it.
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As the chair mat is packaged in a roll up shape, it is recommended to put it under a heavy weight item for 2-3 days to flatten it. If it is still roll up, please run it with hot water and let it cool down (PVC's feature), then pull it outwards to flatten it.
Made of PVC material
Ideal for protecting your floor
Grippers on the back side of the mat
Suitable for carpeted surfaces
Size: 120cm x 90cm x 0.5cm
1x Floor Mat
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A minor drawback is that any chair I place on it leaves small indentations. I now keep my chair in those exact grooves now at all times.
I'm not sure what this mat would be good for, as because of the carpet spikes, you can't use it on a hard floor.
By Brad Wells on 10 January 2021