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Recycled Rubber Flooring Has Many Uses!

Posted on: April 5th, 2013 by

You know…  Living in California, we rarely and randomly get rain. On more than a few occasions it’s started raining after a night out dancing and I’ve made a joke that it was my fault. Since I’m Native American I would say I must have accidentally done a rain dance.

I used to think I was joking, but now I feel there might be some truth behind it. It has to be a combination of dropping to the ground and moving your arms in a specific motion. I came to this conclusion last night after I spent 2 hours cleaning my floors. I shampooed the carpets, waxed the wood floors and cleaned the grout in my kitchen. I saved the task of cleaning the laundry room floors (where the dogs enter from outside and spend most their time) because they’re the worst and takes the longest.

Literally, less than an hour after I finished it started raining. Within that hour my laundry room floors looked disgusting. My dogs have this habit of lying in the dirt planter where the dryer exhaust is to keep warm. The problem is that it’s in a planter and usually muddy.  I’m not going to restrict my dogs from coming inside and I can’t seem to keep them from lying in the dirt, I need a solution.

I was thinking of getting some type of outdoor mats and I knew it had to have holes so I first thought of a drainage mat, but then I thought it wouldn’t be that comfortable for my dogs.  So, I thought about anti fatigue mats, but they would absorb too much water.  Then, I got it!  Our recycled rubber flooring Tuff-n-Easy tiles. The size of the rubber interlocking tiles will almost be a perfect fit and they come in a variety of colored fleck so it won’t look so blah. The only thing I would have to do is drill some holes for drainage.   My dogs could lay where they want, and I wouldn’t have to worry about them tracking in mud. Plus! The black surface will absorb heat and give them added comfort! If anybody has done this or maybe has a better idea, give me a call!


 



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