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Soft Floor Interlocking Tiles, Among Others, Are Perfect For Christmahanakwanzika Kids Gifts!

Posted on: November 2nd, 2012 by

Christmahanakwanzika is coming and I’d like to tell you guys about my favorite products.  Unless you’re a gymnast or dancer yourself, you might not know what things to look for- let me help!

My most favorite product is by far the Mylar Mirror.  They have the most clear reflection (better than a regular mirror) and they don’t reflect a lot of light which makes those duckface pictures in the mirror so much easier to take, since the flash doesn’t bounce back at you! Just kidding!! If you’re a dancer you know that the reflection of a light can obstruct your view of yourself, which makes rehearsing in front of a mirror kind of pointless. There are also no ghost images.  So if you’re standing further away, you won’t see a blurry or double image of yourself.  I also really like how light these glassless mirrors are. Whether you have them on rolling frames or mounted to the wall, they are easy to maneuver or reposition. The other cool thing about them being so light (especially if you have school and you need multiple mirrors) is that whether you purchase one or six, shipping cost will stay the same.

My next favorite product would probably be the Softwood or Soft Floor Interlocking Tiles.  The wood ones I really want to put in my living room. Every once in a while I want to lie on my stomach and watch TV, but I don’t have carpet so it’s not very comfortable.  Having these foam tiles would make it much better.  Since they look like wood I wouldn’t have to worry about putting them away- this speaks to my laziness.  A lot.  The colored ones are great for kids playrooms, the Soft Rubber Tiles work amazingly in work out areas or washrooms where you’re potentially standing on your feet for a while. Over all the Soft Floor Tiles are very versatile.

The Matlay Dance Floor is another product I wish I would have known about when I used to dance. I can’t tell you how many splinters I’ve gotten from trying to dance on wood, and you certainly can’t tap on wood, or tile for that matter. The Matlay floor is a smooth, and strong, material that allows you to move smoothly and protects any floor if you happen to tap.  One other great thing about Matlay flooring, if you tap or have people in your house that do, is that it helps muffle the sounds.

Lastly, I like the Folding Exercise Mat.  The fold in half, which makes storing them and taking them out very easy.  They might come in handy this weekend…I’m having a party and there are always people that are too..uh…tired to go home so I could just pull out a mat from my closet or under a couch and let them sleep there.