Stop Dirt and Moisture in its Tracks with the Cintas Active Scraper Floor Mat

January 14, 2019


Adverse weather can wreak havoc on a business’s floors. From tracked in debris such as sand and salt, to soggy carpets and slippery floors, unsightly floors run rampant this time of year. To help businesses maintain clean and dry floors, Cintas Corporation (NASDAQ: CTAS) introduces the Active Scraper® Floor Mat.

Designed to reduce the amount of dirt and moisture being tracked into a facility, the Cintas Active Scraper® Floor Mat uses active blades of various heights that move when walked over to scrape particles and grime off shoes. The mat’s unique design also contains deep channels and drainage holes to help keep accumulated dirt and moisture away from shoes, making it ideal for outdoor use in front of entryways.

Due to the blades’ innovative high-performance design, the mat can be placed in any direction as the blade pattern will work no matter which direction the mat is walked on. This allows the mat to capture three times more dirt and debris than traditional mats, keeping moisture and debris outside where it belongs.

“Eighty percent of dirt within a facility is tracked in from the outside,” said Sean Mulcahey, Marketing Manager, Cintas. “The Cintas Active Scraper® Floor Mat acts as a first line of defense against dirt and debris, allowing businesses to proactively protect and care for floors no matter the weather forecast.”

When paired with an additional interior mat as part of a dual mat system, businesses can save precious time previously spent sweeping and mopping floors. Not to mention the money savings associated with increased floor protection.

For more information about Cintas Active Scraper® Floor Mat, visit https://www.cintas.com/facilityservices/matservices/entrance-scraper-mats.aspx.

 

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