There are a lot of air chair experts out there. People who think they know everything and are prepared to let their opinions are known. They will even have you think that they can give you solid advice about gym tiles when in fact they know nothing about them. The most important thing to remember is that no advise is good advise if it is wrong.
With gym tiles the same philosophy applies. You should always seek advise with people who know what they are talking about. Often wise it is someone who specialises in sell that product or service. Who better to know then someone that lives and breathes it. I could say with a certain degree of confidence that the same applies to the people at Southern Cross Mats. They live and breathe gym mats so they have a good understanding of a product they sell. In fact it is the only product they sell.
So what are some of the pieces of advice about gym tiles you should ignore?
If anyone tells you that you can leave your mats outdoors then that is the first thing you should ignore. Sure you can use them outdoors temporarily. You would want to make sure that it is a flat and clean surface. The thing you don’t want to do is leave them there. Any prolonged exposure to sunlight is definitely no good and neither is rain. Mats whether they are rubber or made from EVA are sensitive’s to the elements. Just because they have rubber play grounds doesn’t mean you can leave rubber mats outside.
The other advice about gym tiles you might want to ignore is if they tell you that you can clean them with a pressure cleaner. This is an absolute no-no. A pressure cleaner will just destroy your mats and will render them useless. If you really want to give them a good clean just us a damp rag. The most you should use is a PH neutral detergent and definitely do soak them. Remember! Keep in simple folks.
If you are looking for good advice about gym tiles contact Southern Cross Mats.