Floor Mat Tatami Foam JY 100x100x2.5cm – Square Pattern
This Tatami is a multisport floor mat developed to satisfy diverse needs of martial arts. The circular pattern makes it comfortable and stable for the athletes to train on, while the easy-to-use and lightweight makes it easy and flexible to handle.
Great for martial art clubs but are also used for Day Care Centres and playrooms as these are free of environmentally dangerous CFC gases and are made of harmless non-smell material.
- Balance through stability.
- Square pattern for perfect ant slippery footing.
- Easy to use and lightweight puzzle system.
- Includes closing stripe on two sides.
- You can use it from both sides.
- Made of harmless non-smell materials.
- Free of environmentally dangerous CFC gases.
- Color: blue / red.
- Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 2.5cm.
Note: The shipment for this item must be discussed with the seller.
The Installation of tatami mats is very simple. You can use the following instructions to install your new tatami:
First, clean the floor so it is free of all dirt.
Start in one corner of the room with a corner tile and add border tiles outward along the adjacent walls. Add center, corner, and border tiles where you see fit.
When coming up to an opposite wall, make sure you cut the tiles to fit the area. The proper way to cut the mat is with a cutter. Using a pencil draw a line where you want to cut the mat, and with a ruler cut alone the line with the cutter. Then fold the mat and with the cutter cut the bottom surface of the mat.
When piecing interlocking tiles together, adhesives are usually not used since the weight of the mats locked together is sufficient enough to keep it from moving. However, if you do experience movement and would like to ensure that the tiles do not slide at all, add some double-sided tape around the perimeter of the installed tatami.
CLEANING & MAINTANCE
Tatami mats are easy to clean and require little maintenance. These tiles are made of durable closed cell EVA foam which means liquids cannot penetrate the surface of the mat.
The surface of the tatami is designed so it would not absorb any stains.
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR TATAMI
The best cleaning materials for tatami mats are good quality dish detergents which include grease dissolvent and antiseptic substances but gently with your skin. It is wise to use floor detergents because these are aggressive and not healthy when contact with the skin.
The best way to wash your tatami is one by one with a sponge or a soft brush, then rinse them with clear water and let them dry.
If you’re short on time you can use a floor wiping mop, but you need to be careful because the water my leak in the puzzle edges of the tatami. In this case use a moderately wet mop.