Waterhog Spill-Proof Christmas Tree Mat - Green
It makes sense – nothing beats a Waterhog mat for keeping floors clean and dry, so what could be a better choice under your tree than a Waterhog Christmas Tree Mat?
The same ultra-absorbent, easy-care PET fabric that soaks up mud and slush at your door holds up to a gallon of water per square yard, making it perfect for preventing spilled tree water from reaching your carpet or wood floors. It also protects your wood floors from scrapes and scratches from your Christmas tree stand.
The unique raised surface design traps pine needles and other debris so they won't scatter, while the nonslip rubber backing ensures your tree stays put. Use a tree skirt over it or alone – the understated holiday image and festive color add an elegant touch to your holiday decor. Embossed evergreen tree design adds instant holiday style.
Certified Slip-Resistant by the NFSI (National Floor Safety Institute). The hefty rubber backing has 20% recycled content and stays in place. Exceeds requirements for FF2-70-Standard for surface flammability of small carpets. Size is approximate. Made in USA.
- Commercial-grade, durable PET face with nonslip SBR rubber backing
- Embossed evergreen tree design adds instant holiday style
- Protects floors and rugs from water spills, stains and damage
- Also protects wood floors from scrapes and scratches from the Christmas tree stand
- PET fabric face is made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic bottles
- Ultra-durable for use season after season; easy care, hoses clean and dries quickly
- Anti-static, quick-drying, won't fade, rot, mold or mildew
- Low profile with raised holiday design
- Made in USA
Recycled Content Info
PET fabric is made from 100% recycled post-consumer plastic bottles. Approximate number of recycled 2-liter plastic bottles in each Waterhog:
2' x 3' - 10 bottles
2' x 5' - 15 bottles
3' x 5' - 20 bottles
3' x 7' - 30 bottles
Certified Slip-Resistant by the National Floor Safety Institute
Exceeds requirements for FF2-70-Standard for surface flammability