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Martinson unveils new waterhog eco elite fashion carpets
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Aug '13
The new Waterhog Eco Elite Fashion Carpet Mats are designed for commercial entrances that require attractive but durable matting. The mats are ideal for sites with heavy foot traffic, including commercial buildings, hotels, restaurants, healthcare facilities, office buildings and more.

The Waterhog Eco Elite Fashion Mat may be used indoors or outdoors, and the 3/8" thick bi-level surface effectively removes and stores dirt and moisture beneath shoe level between cleanings. With Waterhog's unique "Water Dam," these mats can hold up to 1.5 gallons of water per square yard.

"Waterhog Eco Elite Fashion mats not only look nice, but they are extremely rugged and effective," offered company president Dan Ruminski.

The floor mats are easy on the environment, as the 30 oz. sq./yd. carpet fiber is made of 100-percent post consumer recycled PET fabric from plastic bottles. The SBR rubber backing contains 20-percent recycled rubber from car tires, and can be provided with cleats for use on carpet, or smooth for hard floors.

Waterhog Eco Elite Fashion Mats come in nineteen standard sizes ranging from two by three feet to six by twenty feet. There are eight colors to choose from to match any decor. The National Floor Safety Institute certifies them slip resistant.

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