Mats/Cleaning

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by muaythaiko, May 22, 2008.

  1. muaythaiko

    muaythaiko White Belt

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    I just bought some puzzle piece mats from online. My friends and I used them last night, they work great. I was just wondering what should I use to clean them? Any suggestions?
     
  2. Deloitte

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    How much did you spend?
     
  3. muaythaiko

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    $120 for 12'x12' puzzle mats
     
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    Foolkiller You have meddled with the primal forces of nature!

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    A mop and some diluted disinfectant.
     
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    Where'd you buy them? That seamslike a pretty good deal to me.
     
  6. John L Sullivan

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    Ten parts water one part bleach.
     
  7. SaneJim

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    Swiffer with anti-bacterial solution
     
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    Lysol, it works great and most mat companies suggest it.
     
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    Best option in my opinion.
     
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    Bleach is a good cheap disinfectant, if you want something that is a little better at cleaning try a quaternary cleaning solution. You should be able to find some like Butchers or Waxie online. The main thing you should be trying to do is kill staff, ringworm, hepatitis, etc.
     

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