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Humane Rubber Cow Mat, 6' x 4' x 3/4"

Blain # 297882 | Mfr # MAR7240

$42.99
Blain's - Humane Rubber Cow Mat, 6' x 4' x 3/4"
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It's not a typical rubber floor mat, and it's not a dog pillow for cows. It's the Humane Rubber Cow Stall Mat: a perfect combination of functionality and comfort. This easy - to - clean mat features a non - absorbing, textured surface over a cushioned mass that makes it great for traction and bedding, while being a great insulator. No stall is complete without the Humane Rubber Cow Stall Mat. Not only will you be glad you added it; your livestock will thank you too.

Features

  • Textured surface
  • Resilient, cushion comfort
  • Easy to clean
  • Reduces bedding volume
  • Reduces volume of waste bedding
  • Insulates against moisture and cold
  • Easy to install
  • Can be used on any firm floor including concrete, clay, compacted dirt, etc.
  • Absolutely non - absorbent
  • Install in new or existing facilities
  • Saves time, labor and money
  • Increases milk productions
  • Anti - fungal / anti - bacterial
  • Made in the USA

Technical Description

All dimensions and weights are nominal
Product is made from recycled material
Height: 3/4"
Width: 4'
Length: 6'
Color: Black

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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store
workout room
Robert W on May 9, 2015
Home gym flooring
Jayant R on Mar 12, 2015
Price
Margaret B on May 6, 2015
Work out room mats.
Fred S on Feb 28, 2015
I am in need of cushioning for jumping rope on a cement floor (too much impact, hurting my feet and knees). I know this may have a bit of a 'gripping surface' (could catch the rope) but I could put a piece of carpet over it. I want to know if this has enough cushioning, or is really too hard. I assume it's about like floor mats at the gym, which I think would be good. Is there sufficient cushioning in this mat?
Paul S on Jun 18, 2014
Best Answer: I covered my entire basement in these and created a full workout room: weights, yoga, and machines. I have two high school athletes and they use it all the time. I'm sure it would work perfect for what you need. The big bonus is that you cannot beat the price compared to other alternatives.
Reply · Report · mark s on Jun 24, 2014
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What is the warranty on this mat?
Texas on Jan 2, 2015
Best Answer: For information on the Warranty, please call the manufacturers direct customer service line. 1-608-356-8336

hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Steph_SStaff on Jan 22, 2015
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Several people refer to this item as having a strong rubber smell, like new tires. Does the smell dissipate over time, or is it just as strong after months of use?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: When I bought mine it had a very strong rubber smell. I noticed it had a oily residue on it, possibly from manufacturing it. I laid it out on the driveway and scrubbed both sides with soapy water on a hot sunny day. After that I put the mat in the basement for my workout area. The smell is very minor now, I really only smell it if my face is right up against the mat (doing pushups or other workouts).

In my case, it is definitely not as strong as when I first bought it. The mat still had a smell of rubber to it after I scrubbed it down, and it does seem to be less strong today. I bought mine 3 months ago.
Reply · Report · Jason R on Nov 16, 2014
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How dense is the material? I plan to roll heavy (300-400lbs) equipment on it using dollies with smaller plastic wheels. Will that sink into the rubber, or is it dense enough to have this roll over?
Jeff G on Jun 1, 2015
Best Answer: I would think it should be fine. The mat only gives a little. But if you are turning "sharp" on the mat it might leave little scuff marks. Your carts should manuaver fine on it though.
Reply · Report · Sarah L on Jun 3, 2015
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Hello. I was wondering how to install these mats? Will simply placing them on cement flooring do the trick?
A shopper on Mar 26, 2014
Best Answer: Bought these mats for a gym so if you are using them for cows/livestock my answer probably does not apply. For people use on a hard floor like cement, these are fine without any other preparation or adhesive. They can be moved as needed or if you are covering a finite floor space can be cut and fit together like tiles, again without any other preparation or adhesive.
Reply · Report · Owen D on Mar 26, 2014
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Is there a pattern/texture on both sides? If not, does the textured side face down?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2014
Best Answer: No pattern on the opposite side. The textured side seen in the thumbnail is used faced up. I use my cow mat 6'x4' x3/4" for a home gym in my garage and because of the weight of each mat, it does not move.
Reply · Report · Larry P on Feb 27, 2014
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Would these mats work as a tricycle or bike track outside? Is the texture/cushion too much for little kids on bikes?
cheryl u on May 16, 2015
Best Answer: First and foremost, these mats are incredibly heavy. I bought mine online and knew I was in trouble when the guy used a fork lift to bring it to my car. It's about 100 pounds. It is indestructible. I used mine for indoor training on my bicycle but it will hold up to kids on bikes.

The texture is not rough but there is not much cushion as the rubber is so dense. It is softer than asphalt but not by much! It's also difficult to cut if you're trying to make an oval track. If you just want to define a play area and can use the mats as they come, these could work. Good luck!
Reply · Report · Mark M on May 16, 2015
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Can these be installed on a heated (radiant) floor?
A shopper on Feb 8, 2015
Best Answer: Not sure on that, but we installed them directly on concrete floor of our new home in our workout room. They work awesome for this application. Once the are down they will not move or shift. Very heavy duty and think protection for floor of exercise room.
Reply · Report · Clark O on Feb 12, 2015
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Does the rubber smell ever go away?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: The odor is definitely strong when you first install the matts. We use ours in a gym setting and they get mopped/vacuumed weekly. The smell greatly dissipated after about 4-5 weeks of usage. We've had our matts for about a year now and I don't notice an odor at all.
Reply · Report · Cheston B on Nov 17, 2014
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can this product be cut to size to make "leveling blocks" for a camper ?
nancy d on Mar 5, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Nancy,

I own a gym and we use the mats for our floors. We cut them all the time with a utility knife. Use a straight edge and keep scoring it. Good luck!

Rebecca
Reply · Report · Rebecca M on Mar 10, 2015
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Has anyone used the 3/4" mat for what it is actually designed for, which is to use as a stall mat for horses or cows?
How long did they last? SB in Decatur
Texas on Feb 15, 2015
Best Answer: 3/4" thick mats are excellent for horse stalls. We bought those mats about six months ago as a replacement of existing 1/2" mats.
Our horses walk on them 24-7.
3/4"×4'×8' are easy to install by yourself, and if installed correctly, they don't shift nor dent.
Excellent for horses.
Reply · Report · Ela J on Feb 16, 2015
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1. It's hard to get the impact of that surface texture on the skin, if sitting or kneeling on it.. Is it scratchy?
2. I'm in a northern clime..it's for my cellar..need pple to be able to sit, kneel on the floor. Will it insulate better than carpet w foam padding? Or the same? And does it have any give..in feel..to it? Or is it nearly rock hard to the touch..with of course imperceptible give, as it see,ms to be tire rubber. Help me to understand please.. urgently seeking a solution and this would be excellent if your feedback is good news!
3. Cleaning: Those who say its easy to clean may referring to a lower standard of cleaning if it's in a horse stall or in a one person gym, there's less traffic than I expect to have. I need to know whether the grooves/cracks between the bumps are dirt retentive. Can a mop scrub up the dirt from the textrue no problem? Is the surface finished (shiny? glazed look? porous? toughened for brush scrubbing, or is it a sweep only surface? ) It's hard to know how you clean it for a multipurpose gym/meditation/floor seating and chair seating space. Can someone please give me some real details..it's hopeful reading the comments but not exact enough! Thanks, Inge
Inge M on Aug 21, 2014
Best Answer: The "best answer" above is excellent. Let me add these are very thick and hard, suitable for heavy weight benches and equipment (rowers, treadmills) and for dropping weight plates on without cracking any floor tile underneath. You'll note almost all of the answers to the questions here are people using these as workout room flooring. They are an outstanding value for this.
Reply · Report · A Shopper on Nov 16, 2014
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Could anyone please tell me how effective they are at absorbing vibration? I want to put a washer and dryer on them.
Nathaniel C on Mar 10, 2015
Best Answer: Thank you for your interest in our products. These would be good for the purpose you are wanting to use them for. They would inhibit the appliances from moving around, and knocking on the floor. They will not however stop them from shaking from being over loaded or not balanced. They could also help save the floor during a small leak, or drips from the washer.
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