My interlocking tiles don’t seem to fit properly…the tabs don’t line up to the adjacent tile?
It is important to keep the arrow in the same orientation. IE: top right-hand side of each tile and keep this configuration for each tile.
The mats I received have a “this side down” sticker applied to one side. What is the difference between the side that meets the floor and the side that faces the ceiling?
We give directions on which side is the top and bottom so that the color texture and shade are consistent when a customer purchases more than 1 mat. The production process adds a sheen to one side. When a customer purchases multiple units we want to make sure that the customer has both mats facing …
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Can the Play Tiles be used outdoors for kids play area?
Rubber King Play Tiles are the perfect product for outdoor play areas. They are ASTM tested to meet a 6 foot fall height
Can I wear running shoes or bare feet on the Fitness Mats?
Shoes or bare feet are fine on the flooring.
What flooring is best for a home weightlifting set?
Rubber King Fitness Mats and Performance Fitness Flooring are the best options for home gym equipment. For increased impact and sound absorbion please consider our Fitness Tiles.
The mat has faint rubber smell, will that go away after a few days?
We always recommend an initial cleaning upon receipt and installation of the product. If you are sensitive to the low odor we would recommend cleaning with a scented based household cleaner. All our products are FloorScore certified for the highest level of indoor air quality.
How do I clean the tiles?
Sweeping & light mopping with all-purpose household cleaner/solution.
Would it be possible to cut these mats for custom fitting?
Absolutely, the mats and tiles are easy to cut. We suggest laying tile on a flat surface, hold a metal straight edge on the desired cut line, and cut with a sharp utility knife. Keep scoring the cut until separated; change or snap off blade frequently to ensure clean cuts.