Customer Reviews For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
Rolled Rubber 1/4 Inch Eco Regrind per SF
The mats we ordered have held up quite well and work as a good solution for flooring over the top of...
TruTread Black With GritTuff 3x5 Feet
Good product and great service from Greatmats.
Most Common Product Questions For ground protection mat at Greatmats:
How strong are the mats?
This anti-fatigue matting surface is designed for foot traffic.
Does this flooring need to be glued down?
No, this material does not need to be glued down, most customers will use a vinyl tape for installation over a hard flat surface.
Is this 10 X 10 or 10 X 5 LF? Description says 10 x 10 but specs say 10 x 5.
Width 5.25 feet Length 10.00 feet
Can you use sneakers on this flooring?
Yes, hip hop sneakers are fine on the Adagio. Some sneakers will leave a rubber residue on the floor.
Hello, would it work to unroll this during my daughter's ballet class daily and then roll back up afterward? Unfortunately we do not have a place where this can be left out permanently throughout the day. Also, is it possible to use without taping down? Or, if I need to use a little tape to keep it in place, is there a tape that would be easy to use and remove daily which would also not damage or leave residue on our wood floor? And do I understand correctly that this roll is 5' x 10''? Thanks, Dawn
Yes. This can be rolled an unrolled frequently. Just make sure you have an roll it up around an appropriately sized tube and store it upright to avoid creating waves in the marley. You can use the marley without taping it down. If you find the floor moving, taping the corners with our <a href='/dance-floor/vinyl-floor-tape.php'>vinyl tape</a> should suffice. The roll is 5.25'x10'.
Does this Rosco Adagio come on a tube, which it then can be rolled back onto?
Can this mat be used on carpeting? My daughter needs a dance surface but we only have carpeted surfaces.
You'll want to install a layer of our <a href='/tiles/court-floor-tile-flat.php'>Flat Top Court Floor Tiles</a> over the carpeting first and lay the marley on top of the court tiles.