New Star 1 pc Heavy Duty Black 36x60 inch Restaurant/Bar Anti-Fatigue Rubber Floor Mat
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|Size||36" x 60"|
|Product Dimensions||91.44 x 15.24 x 15.24 cm; 7.44 Kilograms|
|Brand||New Star Foodservice|
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- Anti Fatigue properties provide all-day comfort when standing for long periods of time. Perfect for in-plant applications including workstations, assembly lines and more
- The drainage holes allow liquid and waste to pass through, making this rubber matting easy to clean and stain resistant providing a clean, dry and safe work area
- Ideal for Kitchens, Food Service Environments like Restaurant & Bars, Auto Body Shops, Mechanic Garages, as well as Industrial Applications
- Measuring at 36" x 60" with a Low Profile Design
- 100% Manufacturer Defect Back
Product detailsSize Name:36" x 60" | Colour Name:black
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 91.44 x 15.24 x 15.24 cm; 7.44 Kilograms
- Date First Available : 28 April 2018
- Manufacturer : New Star Foodservice
- ASIN : B009LNY45O
- Item Model Number : 54514
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Cut down on the hazards of a commercial kitchen with these new Star 3-feet by 5-feet Anti-Fatigue rubber floor mats. Perfect for the dish area or under the ice machine where floors can get slick, these rubber mats can keep your staff from slips, trips, and Falls in your service areas. Easy to clean, and meant for long term use. Try our Anti-Fatigue floor mats today.
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Reviewed in the United States on 20 October 2019
That said, I cut this mat into strips and used it to line the steps on my deck stairs. Those steps were DANGEROUSLY slipperly in the below-zero Illinois/Wisconsin winters. Now the snow doesn't pack down until it's ice, and if you sweep the snow off the stairs, you have some quality rubber instead of a potential layer of invisible black ice on your stairs.
I would HIGHLY recommend this as it serves dual-purposes of keeping your shoes/car/house more clean (as you're not walking in puddles and tracking stuff in) and more importantly, keeps you and your family/friends safe when walking where water tends to collect or run off.