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Use Stall Mats For More than Just Stalls

Posted by Classic Equine Equipment Blog on Jul 21, 2021 2:45:28 PM

Stall mats provide excellent comfort for your horses' stall. However, did you know there are several other great places you can use stall mats?  You can use full or partial mats in non-traditional ways to make your barn and home safer, cleaner, and more user-friendly.CEE offers high-quality stall mats that will fit both standard and alternate uses. Backed by a 12-year wear warranty, our LockTuff interlocking mats are guaranteed never to buckle or curl. Available in a versatile 4′ x 6′ size, they come in ¾” thickness or ½” thickness.

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- Use mats around gates, doorways, and paddocks to eliminate muddy hooves.

- Using mats in paddocks is easier on your horse’s legs, easier to clean up manure, shovel snow, and great for use in pasture run-in shelters.

- Stall mats in hay and feed rooms allow for easier clean-up and sweeping. It also helps keep your hay dry and prevents rodents from burrowing in unwanted areas.

- Stall mats used for indoor wash bays provide a comfortable, non-slip surface with easy clean-up.

- Stall mats in the shoeing area are easier on your horse’s legs when being shod – and on your farrier’s too!

- Stall mats in the tack room floor are easier to clean than carpet and are softer and warmer on your feet than concrete.

- Stall mats make great walkways in a variety of areas – down the aisle over concrete to keep horses from slipping or as a pathway to the barn in rainy or snowy weather.

Other Uses:

-Use in front of your sink to keep your feet warmer and prevent leg strain from long periods of standing.

-Use as a welcome mat to keep mud out of the house.

-Use as a place to store wet or muddy boots.

-Use in the garage or workshop to insulate the floor and cushion feet while working.

-Use in the back of your truck or SUV to keep clean when hauling wet or muddy dogs.

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