Save Facility Floors with Cintas High Performance Series Floor Mats

January 10, 2020

Trying to keep a business’s floors clean during the winter is challenging but essential. With salt, ice and moisture tracked in as a result of inclement weather, businesses must protect their floors with the appropriate type of mat. To help facilities maintain their floors while keeping their image spotless, Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ: CTAS) offers a variety of high performance mats to combat the spread of outside debris and moisture indoors.

In order to keep facility floors looking their best during the winter, Cintas offers a variety of high performance mats to limit the spread of outside particles, including:

  • Cintas Active Scraper® Mat: Using active blades of various heights, the Active Scraper mat scrapes grime and debris off shoes to reduce the amount of moisture and dirt being tracked into facilities. Ideal for front entryways, the unique design contains deep channels and drainage holes to keep accumulated dirt, salt and moisture away from shoes.
  • Cintas Traffic® Mat: Having a clean facility starts at the front door, so investing in high-traffic floor mats is one of the most important aspects of keeping floors clean. With the highest traction rating given by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI), the Cintas Traffic floor mat features granite fabric patterns to hide dirt, heavier rubber backing to decrease movement and high-performance tire tread technology to enhance grip.
  • Cintas Xtraction® Mat: Capture dirt and water with ease with advanced fibers that create 10 times the surface area to capture and hold debris. Perfect for winter use, the Xtraction mat features multiple sized, fast-drying fibers that remove fine particles and provide quicker evaporation of moisture.

Implementing a comprehensive mat program that includes removal, cleaning and replacement of unsanitary mats can help keep floors clean and costs down. For more information on Cintas’ matting solutions for facilities, visit

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