Tips on Maintaining Gym Mats
Fremont, OH — Many indoor sporting activities, including wrestling and gymnastics, require the use of gym mats to promote safety and prevent injuries. However, compared to other types of matting, gym mats have very specific placement, cleaning, care, and storage requirements. Following these guidelines closely will help keep matting in tip-top condition, providing years of quality service.
Crown Mats and Matting — a leading manufacturer of all types of mats, including gym and athletic mats — offers the following suggestions on how to care for gym mats:
“Properly storing [gym] mats is also critical,” says JoAnne Boston, Business Development Manager for Crown Mats and Matting. “If it cannot be stored flat, roll the mat up, not too tightly or too loosely, and secure it so it does not unravel. This should keep it in good condition.”
About Crown Mats and Matting
For more than 60 years, Crown Mats and Matting has been a pioneer in the development and manufacture of matting products. Beginning with the invention of walk-off matting by the company's founder, R.P. Johnson, the company now has the most diverse matting product line offered in our industry. Crown sells matting through an extensive network of highly trained sales representatives throughout the United States and worldwide. These sales experts are familiar with the features and benefits of all matting systems and are able to help their clients find the right system for virtually any application.