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What’s not to like about a color that hides dirt, dust and almost every unattractive substance that could come your home’s way? Gray is the color of your dreams when it comes to hiding unsightly business around the house. I recently installed a gray rubber floor in my basement and it is an outstanding choice. Between the “Kitty Vomit” and the outdoor track that comes in through the garage, I am one happy camper!
This product could not be easier to install, you just interlock the puzzle teeth and you’re done. Here are some suggestions on how to utilize rubber floor tiles.
1) Shop around for the product that best suits your needs.
2) Choose the material that works for your plan. Some tiles come in PVC which is a harder surface that works better in a garage or outdoor space.
3) Gray is the top color choice, but there are options. Many of these products come in multi-colors with a choice of surface variations.
Here is an example of colored tile usage. Patterns are a plus when it comes to camouflaging stains so you may want to consider this as an option.
Color Tip of the Week: Camouflage color, gray