Easy to install, just follow directions. Be sure to clean your current concrete floor thoroughly before installation.
G-Floor RaceDay Peel and Stick Tile with PSA - 95 Mil Diamond Tread 24" x 24" Slate Grey 10-Pack
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G-Floor® RaceDay® Peel and Stick Tile with PSA, Diamond Tread™, 24" x 24", Slate Grey, 10pc:
- Includes 10 Diamond Tread™ - 24 in. x 24 in. Peel and Stick Tiles covering 40 square feet
- DIY easy installation instantly improves the appearance of any room
- Resistant to most chemicals and contaminants found in your garage or work environment such as oil, anti-freeze, brake fluid, gasoline and even battery acid.
- Specially engineered polyvinyl offers durability with a great look and lasting protection for many years
proposition 65 reasons:This product can expose you to chemicals including - Vinyl chloride monomer; Carbon black; Ethyl acrylate; Titanium dioxide; Rutile (TiO2); 1,2-benzendikarboxylsyra, di-C8-10-alkyl ester, grenad; Nickel antimony yellow rutile (C.I. Pigment Yellow 53); Quartz; which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or Diisodecyl phthalate; which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
This product can expose you to chemicals including - Vinyl chloride monomer; Carbon black; Ethyl acrylate; Titanium dioxide; Rutile (TiO2); 1,2-benzendikarboxylsyra, di-C8-10-alkyl ester, grenad; Nickel antimony yellow rutile (C.I. Pigment Yellow 53); Quartz; which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or Diisodecyl phthalate; which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov www.p65warnings.ca.gov
|Manufacturer Part Number|
Better Life Technology LLC
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
240.00 x 24.00 x 0.10 Inches
Hot Tire Pickup Fighter
I painted my garage floor years ago and it wasn't long before the tires on my cars began to rip up sections of paint. It occurred to me that the "hot tire pickup," as it's called, happens once the car is at rest and the recently used (and thus warm-to-hot) tires have a chance to stick to the painted surface while cooling down. It's actually upon the next outing that the damage occurs, not while driving the car into the garage. When I repainted my floor a second time around, I bought a 20 sq. ft. box of these tiles and laid them out such that I had two tiles under each of the front tires x two cars, and three tiles under each of the rear tires x two cars, for a total of 20. I purchased this second box to increase the overall area since different cars have different wheelbase lengths. and the wheel base shifts location if you back the car in versus drive in forward. When you apply these tiles, make sure you have a clean, dry relatively warm surface (I prep'd with a hair dryer for good measure) to promote best adhesion. BTW, Wal-Mart has THE best price around on these and with FREE shipping right to your door, how can you go wrong?
Better than advertised. Easy to install. Did some preperation by finding out tips on how to lay tiles and had no problem.
Ready Set Go
Tread tile went down very easily. They look great & feel good on floor. I got a little off on my trimming, but that was my error. I am pleased with the tread & I would purchase more if I needed them. You can't beat the price!!!
The main problems with this product are cutting issues. (1) Tiles consistently are not square. Most are slightly rectangular. This can get out of hand really quickly as rows progress. Searching for the right tile for the right place can take a lot of time. (2) Many tiles are not cut vertically, but at an angle. (3) Some tiles are not cut straight, being slightly jagged, as if they were cut by dull equipment. Furthermore, some tiles weren't cut perpendicular to the pattern, resulting in a wavy rotated look – not good when looking across a long room. And don't waste your time trying to cut entire tiles with a utility knife, as recommended. You'll be crippled before you are half finished. Buy a fine tooth blade for your circular saw. Works great. Second biggest issue is pattern matching – or not. Tiles have arrows on the backing paper, but they are completely meaningless. Because of the cutting and size issues mentioned above, you can get into trouble very quickly. Following the arrows results in pattern matching sometimes and in randomness sometimes, which makes no sense. Why? Why? The pattern is poorly designed. If every tile was identical, installation would be child's play. Third issue: backing paper can be ridiculously hard to remove (FYI, black ones work better, white ones are impossible). After you've spent 10-15 minutes per tile chipping away at the paper with your finger nails, you'll be wondering why in the world you bought this stuff in the first place. Your fingers will be sore, and you will be in a very foul mood. OK, the very best thing about this tile is looks, but even that comes with a caveat. It scratches easily, and the very first time a car tire touches it, a yellow stain will result. Unacceptable. One final issue is that the cartons are not strong enough for the weight of the shipment. Mine came in three different shipments, but half of the cartons were damaged, and some of the tiles were damaged, too. I did a 1700 sq. ft. garage, so I invested a lot of time and money. If I had it to do over again, I wouldn't do it. Overpriced junk.
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