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Commercial Brush Entrance Mat Rubber Edge Various Sizes

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Entrance Brush Mat with Rubber Edging Multiple Sizes

£31.20

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* Multi Colours Entrance Brush Ramped Rubber Edge Mat Various Sizes If you're looking for a modern equivalent to Coir then our Brush mat is a superb option, Brush is a synthetic matting which is ribbed from left to right and is a fantastic alternative when our traditional Coir may not be suitable.
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More Information about Entrance Brush Mat with Rubber Edging Multiple Sizes

* Multi Colours Entrance Brush Ramped Rubber Edge Mat Various Sizes If you're looking for a modern equivalent to Coir then our Brush mat is a superb option, Brush is a synthetic matting which is ribbed from left to right and is a fantastic alternative when our traditional Coir may not be suitable.
Brush Mat is a 100% synthetic alternative to coir entrance matting. There are some advantages of this fantastic product over the traditional coir mat. Being synthetic, it does not moult or shed like other traditional products.It has a total height of 13.5mm, so can be used in areas where 17mm coir is not suitable. This product is guaranteed by the manufacturer for 10 years for heavy commercial wear and also passes the flammability test for BS EN 13501 – 1 Efl-s1.

Standard Size Brush Entrance Mat From Commercial Matting

Additional Information About Entrance Brush Mat with Rubber Edging Multiple Sizes

SKU CM-BM-AS-RE
Material Polypropylene Rib
Backing Latex Rubber Waffle
Available Colours Anthracite, Black, Blue, Brown, Green, Grey, Natural, Red
Label Standard Size
Features Modern brush rib entrance matting the ideal entrance mat
Product Information Brush matting will go anywhere indoor or outdoor big or small
Installation Sub floors should be clean, dry and flat and prepared in accordance with BS5325. Entrance area sheet should be fully adhered to if required.
Safety Regulation EN 13501-1 Efl, NFSI 101-C
Application Areas Foyers, Entrances, Office Reception, Hotel Entrance, Shop Entrance
Durability Heavy Industrial|Medium Domestic|Heavy Entrance
Use/Feature Dust Collecting
  • Polypropylene needlepunch ribbed matting
  • Heavy duty crushproof ribbed texture
  • Nitrile rubber and latex backing
  • Available in a single colour or inlaid custom design please contact for more info

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    Adem Rib & Brush Door Mat - Care & Instructions Guide

    How to care for your brush door mat (Adem Rib)

     Vacuum Cleaning: Vacuum the mat regularly to remove debris that has been deposited on the mat

     Fading: To prolong the life of your doormat do not place it in direct sunlight or where it will remain wet for any length of time

     Chemical Cleaning: Avoid using chemicals to clean this product as it may stain the synthetic fibres

     Drying: If the mat becomes wet allow to air/dry naturally

    Cotton Door Mat (Drit Trapper) - Care & Instructions Guide

    5 Year Manufacturer Guarantee

    All of our dirt trapper mats come with a 5 year manufacturers guarantee, this is a guarantee against manufacturing defects for a period of up to 5 years. Wear and tear is not covered under this guarantee and we cannot cover any products that have been altered from their original state e.g. if they have been cut down.

    MACHINE WASHABLE

     We always suggest that you wash before use, use non bio liquid or power, do not bleach.

     Machine or hand wash at 30oC or below.

     Allow to dry naturally by airing on a washing line/clothes horse.

     Do not add fabric conditioner as this reduces the absorbency of the cotton mat.

     Check the filter on your washing machine before and after the first few washes to ensure that the drain is free from cotton lint. You may wish to place your entrance mat in a pillowcase to minimise any lint getting caught in your machines filters.

     Large mats are heavy when wet and we recommend when washing in a domestic machine you check the load limit on your machine.

     Mats should not be placed on a damp/wet floor, please ensure mats are placed in a dry area before use.

    Pre-Washing

     All of our cotton mats come pre-washed, we supply them in this way to reduce any lint that comes from the cotton, although we always suggest that for maximum performance of your mat, it should be washed again before use

     NOTE: We strongly advise you to check the filter on your machine after each wash. Grimefordmill Ltd take no responsibility for any damage that may occur to your washing machine during the washing of any of our mat products.

    Coir Door Mat Care Instructions & Guide

    How do i care for my coir entrance mat (coir door mat)???

     Vacuum Cleaning: Vacuum the mat regularly to remove debris that has been deposited on the mat

     Shedding?: Shedding is normal in the initial month of use. During this period, simply brush or gently shake the mat

     Fading: To prolong the life of your doormat do not place it in direct sunlight or where it will remain wet for any length of time

     Chemical Cleaning: Avoid using chemicals to clean this product as it may stain the natural coconut fibres

     Drying: If the mat becomes wet allow to air/dry naturally

    Oil Cloth - Care & Instructions Guide

    How to care for your Oil cloth

     Machine Wash: Vacuum the mat regularly to remove debris that has been deposited on the mat

     Marks: To remove marks / spills and splashes, please wipe clean with a damp cloth

     Chemical Cleaning: A mild detergent may be used if necessary

     Creases: To remove creases, the product is able to be ironed on the reverse (fabric) side, this should be done at low temperature. DO NOT IRON THE PVC SIDE OF THIS PRODUCT

     Stains: Some stronger based stains such as curry’s and other strong coloured sauces should be removed immediately to avoid marking

    Table Shield - Care & Instructions Guide

    How to use Tableshield effectively, Please note that Tableshield is a multi-purpose product that can be used in more than one way.

    Heat Resistant Use

      At mealtimes when hot dishes are being placed on the table, make sure the felt side is uppermost for maximum protection. Tableshield is guaranteed to provide heat resistance but is not heat proof and therefore hot dishes transferred straight from the oven should not be placed directly onto the felt but onto additional table mats.

      Tableshield can provide everyday protection against scratching, knocks, spills and fading and should be left in permanent position with the leatherette side uppermost for maximum effectiveness.

    Care of your product

     IMPORTANT: TABLESHIELD SHOULD ONLY BE USED AS A REGULAR TABLE PROTECTOR. NO RESPONSIBILITY CAN BE TAKEN FOR ANY DAMAGE CAUSED IF USED AS A BASE FOR IRONING.< br> Avoid staining by wiping any marks on the leatherette immediately with a damp cloth. When not required, your Tableshield product should be loosely rolled up with the leatherette surface facing to the outside.

    Table Defence - Care & Instructions Guide

    Caring for your table defence product

     Spills/Marks: To remove marks/spills and splashes, please wipe clean with a damp cloth

     Chemical Cleaning: A mild detergent may be used if necessary

    Important Not to do's

     1: Table Defence should not be used as a base for ironing

     2: Table Defence is heat resistant to 75 degrees C only, please do not place items directly out of the oven onto the table protector – additional table mats should be used for this.

     3: Table Defence is able to be rolled or folded up for storage

    HELP GUIDE Measuring your Table

    Best Practice

    The best way to measure your table is to make a paper cut-out that is the same size. If your table has an unusual shape, this can then be sent to us to make sure we get the perfect fit for your protector!


    Using a large sheet of paper (or smaller pieces stuck together), cover your table making sure that the whole flat area is covered.
    Make sure your paper is flat – you can do this by placing items like plates or magazines on top of the paper. Smoothing out the paper will help to make sure that your table protector is the right size, and not a centimetre or two out. Draw around the edges of the table, making sure you don’t include any bevelled edges or other parts.



    Double check your lines and cut the pattern out.
    Once you’ve cut your pattern, place it back on your table to make sure it is the size you want. If there are any excesses, trim them off.
    If you have extra leaves, remember to create a separate pattern just for them and draw a line on your main pattern indicating where the leaf will be placed: see the diagrams below for more information on leaves.




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