Service work looks much more professional when placing tools on a Work Mat.
It's been proven to protect work areas from scratches, dents, burns marks & stains.
The waterproof rubber protects benchtops & floors from oil, glue, silicon & paint.
Heat resistant to 120 degrees for moderate protection against sparks or solder.
Rubber mats are highly durable and will last for hundreds of service & repair jobs.
Work mats are compact, portable & they roll out laying flat without curling back up.
Provides superior surface protection that your customers will truely appreciate!
7 Reasons Why You Need A Work Mat
Messy Work Habits Can Be Prevented By Using A Work Mat!
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The No.1 Tool Mat For Tradies
A Work Mat protects your clients property
from work mess, scratches & stains.
SHOW YOU CARE, BY USING
A TIDY TRADIE - WORK MAT
Superior surface protection
Prevents scratches, dents & stains
Waterproof protection from liquids
Protects floors vanities benchtops
Heat resistant up to 120 degrees
Rolls out flat without curling up
Firm flexible rubber, not stiff PVC
Conforms to shower & bath tubs
Has built-in ties & carry strap
Durable tear resistant rubber
Folds so mess slides into the bin
Easy to clean for the next job
Compact design for easy storage
Will last for hundreds of jobs!
Shows customers you care
Service work looks professional
Saves time cleaning up work mess
Saves money preventing damage
Customers truely appreciate it!
Advantages of a Work Mat
Plumbers - place their greasy tools, glue & silicon on the benchtop & floor.
Electricians - strip their wiring & drop the small copper off cuts on the carpet.
Locksmiths - place their tools & locks on the carpet leaving grease & oil stains.
HVAC techs - leave marks on the carpet from their greasy tool boxes.
Carpenters - scratch surfaces with their drop saw & other power or hand tools.
Kitchen installers - mark the floors & benchtops with all their tools & screws.
Painters - while doing small touch ups, flick tiny drops of paint everywhere.
Benchtop installers - mix their sticky epoxy glue & then drop it on the floor.