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Old 10-05-2016, 02:51 PM   #1
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Outdoor Patio Matt

Anyone have a link to a good outdoor patio matt like 9' x 12' or so in size. I have seen some that are plastic weave with open air so that they dont hold water when wet and dry out quickly when ready to roll or fold up for transport. Anyone have links to some like this?
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We just purchased one from Walmart. Seems to be just fine.
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Old 10-05-2016, 03:04 PM   #3
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We have one like this but a different pattern.
Reversible Greek Motif Patio Mat 9' x 12' - Coffee Brown - Direcsource Ltd YW-008 - Patio Mats - Camping World

We've had it for several years now and it has held up well.
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Old 10-05-2016, 03:05 PM   #4
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Faulkner Finish Line 9' x 12' Multi-Purpose Mat - Husky 48708 - Patio Mats - Camping World

I bought this 11 years ago for the sand dunes. It is still going strong. If its gets nasty just power wash it and its dry in a couple hours and put it away. However if is a gullywasher and water runs under it mud will work its way up thru it. But i really like it allot. Several guys at the firehouse have bough the same one and all seem to like it allot.
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Old 10-05-2016, 03:07 PM   #5
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We just purchased one from Walmart. Seems to be just fine.
I have 2 from Walmart...They work great.
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Not the cheapest but a decent place to start...

Search - Outdoor mats :// - Camping World
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On a whim, I bought the one from W*mart made from woven polypropylene. We used it all summer in all kinds of weather. It swept clean easily and dried quickly. Dirt, pine needles, etc. didn't stick to it so it was easy to fold and stow when we left camp after 3 months. We were really glad we had it.
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Believe it or not, we bought one from Home Depot 10 years ago and used it for the pop-up as well. I still have it. And it's reversible. If you look at my photo album, there's a picture of it with my popup.
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If you don't need it right away I'd suggest waiting until winter is upon is. They sell off close-outs real cheap. I got a nice 9x12 for about $15.00. It was either from Walmart or Amazon.
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Search RV mat on Amazon.. lots on there.. I would post a link but my security software stops cut and paste from there...
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