|Item Weight||5.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||100 x 0.13 x 88 inches|
|Item model number||AASMVC88100|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||AASMVC88100|
|Cover Included||Drymate AASMVC88100 Armor All Small Vehicle Mat - 8'4" x 7'4", Gray|
Drymate AASMVC88100 Armor All Small Vehicle Mat - 8'4" x 7'4", Gray
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- Absorbent material collects drips and protects surfaces
- Waterproof backing prevents leak-through
- Lightweight easy to move
- Easy to clean – power wash or hose off
- Use under motorcycles lawnmowers ATVs or other small vehicles
- Fit Type: Universal Fit
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Great for under ATVs motorcycles and lawnmowers the Small Vehicle Mat by Armor All protects surfaces from drips and stains Place this mat under small vehicles when changing the oil or doing other routine maintenance A soft top layer provides a comfortable surface to kneel or lay on waterproof backing prevents drips and dirt from getting on your driveway or garage floor Easy to clean and rolls up for convenient storage when not in use
From the manufacturer
Protects Surfaces & Transforms Garage
- Super absorbent material - Absorbs rain, melting snow, and other liquids and wicks away moisture.
- Slip-resistant, waterproof backing keeps the mat in place and prevents leak through to the surface below.
- Hides unsightly cracks and stains.
- Keeps floors clean.
Fast & Easy Installation
Durable & Multi - Use
Easy to Clean
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UPDATE: After having the first one all summer, I purchased a second one for the other side of the garage. I thought it did a great job protecting the epoxy finish, as you can see I added a picture with the first mat I purchased pulled up, showing the bare floor. It is true you can power wash the mat out as advertised, I just did this earlier today and it cleaned up nicely. You can tell the difference from the mat I had over the summer as opposed to the one I just bought as the first one has faded a little, not a deal breaker though. The real test will be seeing how these hold up over the winter. I'll post another update in the spring when I clean them out. My recommendation still stands.
SECOND UPDATE: I still like these mats very much. Although after two winters I had a hard time getting all the midwest salt out of them with my power washer since they do absorb a ton of water. Wear and tear and multiple washes seemed to wear out the mat and it certainly didn't look as nice as when it was new. Anyone dealing with heavy municipal salt in the winter is going to have to put more work into maintaining these mats. If you live in a climate that mostly sees rain you'll get far more life out of it. I still like them and I recently purchased a replacement. At the end of the day the mat takes the wear and tear and helps protect the epoxy which is ultimately what I wanted.
It's better than nothing, but any more than a couple raindrops and it can't contain/absorb the water.
It seeps around and underneath and then you have to park the cars outside, flip the mat over and try to dry both the mat and the floor out. If you don't it gets funky/slimy.
OK, update, so i've got a nice big garage with an epoxy floor, I wanted to protect it with some mid level mats. My Jeep leaked some fluids, Trans fluid i think... it ate right through the mat, see the last pic. What good is garage floor mat that dissolves when auto fluids get on it. Turned the mat into a gooey dissolved plastic where the fluid drops hit the mat, stuck to the floor. Real mess.
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Overall, it does a good job and I would recommend it.
Ok absorption if u want water to stay on the mat u need a containment mat.