|Color: Clear||Material: Plastic|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Non Toxic: Yes|
|Water Resistant: Yes||Scratch Resistant: Yes|
|Warp Resistant: Yes||Crack Resistant: Yes|
|Stain Resistant: Yes||Fire Resistant: Yes|
|Ergonomic: Yes||Scuff Resistant: Yes|
|Lead Free: Yes||Pattern: Solid|
|Shape: Rectangular||Rollable/Foldable: Yes|
|Casters Recommended: Yes||Weight Capacity: 200 Pounds|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Product Care: Do not use strong liquid cleaners|
|Assembly Required: No||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: Manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty|
|PVC Free: Yes|
Floortex Cleartex Polycarbonate Office Mat
Nancy Schmitt from Eugene, OR– Verified Buyer
I've only had it two weeks so don't know if my computer chair wheels will eventually leave dents in this mat as happened to previous mat. I do like the way my chair glides over this mat, and it looks really great on the carpet letting the color of the carpet show through. The size is absolutely perfect in front of my computer armoire. It is easy to pick up, with no pointed prongs to stab into my hands. Definitely better than previous mat which was a folding one that split at the fold after 18 months. The carpet care person who cleaned my carpet in 2009 told me I needed a mat under the chair wheels so I purchased the folding one for ease of picking up as that man also said I should vacuum under the mat occasionally. So far, the Floortex is great!
Toby from Granger, IN– Verified Buyer
We got this for our home office. It seems pretty durable so far. I am using it with a L-desk in which the mat butts up against the desk so the mat sliding on the carpet is not an issue for us. (Before we got the desk we had the mat setting on the open floor and I noticed it would move some on the carpet) The "nubs" on the bottom are very shallow, I would have expected longer ones for plush pile. The edges are pretty sharp on the mat. I have not noticed it marring the desk where it touches the base though. Overall I like the mat but it is kinda pricey
Robert from Shelbyville, KY– Verified Buyer
I have very plush carpet in my home office. I bought a cheap PVC mat at an office supply store only to find it was garbage. I'm a big guy and found the wheels getting stuck in the indentations. I researched the best material for the mat and found polycarbonate to be the strongest. I didn't want to break the bank and didn't feel like paying $200 or more for the size and quality. This one fit my budget and is very sturdy. It does move a little, but as long as you have furniture against it to stop it you're fine. Watch unpacking the mat; once you cut the band on it, it unfolds with great force. I bloodied my knuckle in fact.
pete from greenwood, IN– Verified Buyer
Be careful when unpacking. The tension causes the mata to snap open.
Siqun Zhang from Unionville, CT– Verified Buyer
The product is well made and looks very dourabe. It is very hard to cut, so make sure the size before you purchase. The edge of the mat is very sharp so you may want to be careful if you are bear foot on the edge. Overall I am happy with this product.
Aasim Noveer from Fishers IN
This is the best mat. My cousin is using from 1 year and it is still intact. It is really worth
Great mats for home office
Nancy Faraday from Nepean, ON– Verified Buyer
Nice Heavy Chairmat
Adrianne from Nashville, TN– Verified Buyer
Lovely and heavy - only thing is that it does move around a bit on carpet.
Doesn't Stay Put.
Zaks from Willow Springs, IL– Verified Buyer
Compared to the mat I replaced, the Floortex has much fewer pegs and much shorter to boot. It slides about an inch at the end of the day which is annoying. There was no information of any kind to identify the mat. All mats I purchased before had identifying removable stickers. How could anyone tell that this indeed is the FLOORTEX Cleartex Polycarbonate mat that supposedly retail for $125.
Could be stiffer
Mark Paola from Livermore, CA– Verified Buyer
The carpet that this product is sitting on is fairly think and there is some give to the mat. I'm concerned over the long term that the chair wheels might make permanent depressions in the surface.