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Garage Rubber Floor Mats
- (Floor mat) A mat is a generic term for a piece of fabric or flat material, generally placed on a floor or other flat surface, and serving a range of purposes including: * providing a regular or flat surface, such as a mousepad.
- an outbuilding (or part of a building) for housing automobiles
- Put or keep (a motor vehicle) in a garage
- a repair shop where cars and trucks are serviced and repaired
- returned for lack of funds; "a rubber check"; "a no-good check"
- An oblong piece of rubber or similar material embedded in the pitcher's mound, on which the pitcher must keep one foot while delivering the ball
- an elastic material obtained from the latex sap of trees (especially trees of the genera Hevea and Ficus) that can be vulcanized and finished into a variety of products
- rubberize: coat or impregnate with rubber; "rubberize fabric for rain coats"
- A tough elastic polymeric substance made from the latex of a tropical plant or synthetically
- Rubber boots; galoshes
Auto Care Products Inc 60049 4.5-Feet by 9-Feet Clean Park Motorcycle/Golf Cart Garage Mat with
20-mil Vinyl Sheeting
Garage Mats not only protect your garage floor, but will contain gallons and gallons of snow, water, mud, grit and grime that make a mess of your garage floor. If garage floor protection and containment are a priority to you, then our unique Garage Mat is the answer you have been looking for. The Park Smart Clean Park catches every drop of mud, slush and grime that falls off of your vehicle. Our Garage Mat keeps your garage floor clean eliminating the problem of tracking mud and grime into your home. The Clean Park also keeps your garage and home safe by keeping all of your walk areas dry. The heavy-duty 20-mil vinyl, in conjunction with
the raised plastic edges, holds gallons of liquid from spreading onto the garage floor. The specially engineered Snap-On edges are extremely durable, as well as fast and easy to install, with
out tools. All sizes of the Park Smart Clean Park come complete with
24" long Snap-On side pieces and 18" long Snap-On end pieces. Our Garage Mat is so durable, that we offer a one year limited warranty.
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Can this couch be saved? My adventure in taking in stray mid-20th century furniture continues. First objective: eliminate dog hair. Andy Winn's dog is a sweetheart but she is also a hair-generating juggernaut. If odor and hair can't be managed, the rest of the experiment is canceled and this thing goes to the garage. The scotchtoberfestive cover is down on the list of issues to be dealt with. Mechanically, it's in good shape.
I had a row of box-like things under here that were sticking out quite a bit, and very in the way. I also had a rubber puzzle anti-fatigue mat on the floor, but it just trapped tons of sawdust, and always pulled apart. I, too, had stacks of lumber up against the bench. Little by little I'm making more room and clearing out each section, this one included.
garage rubber floor mats
Rubber is the story of Robert, an inanimate tire that has been abandoned in the desert and then suddenly and inexplicably comes to life. As Robert roams the bleak landscape, he discovers that he possesses terrifying telepathic powers that give him the ability to destroy anything he wishes. At first
content to prey on discarded objects and small desert creatures, his attention soon turns to humans, especially a beautiful and mysterious woman who crosses his path. Leaving a swath of destruction behind, Robert becomes a chaotic force and truly a movie villain for the ages.
The titular star of this delightfully perverse and ecstatically witty exercise in comic invention is old and worn out, but not so much that it can't rouse itself from a castoff slumber to roll across the desert and wreak havoc on the inanimate objects, animals, and human beings that cross its path. That includes the audience, both the one viewing at home and the Greek chorus-like group that's gathered on the film's horizon to watch the story unfold through binoculars. There's no explanation why this haphazard band of observers has been chosen to follow the beat-up rubber tire's path of destruction as it anthropomorphizes into a living, breathing, shuddering entity of malice. They engage in an ongoing commentary and string of non sequiturs while the tire goes about exacting telekinetic revenge on the humans who may or may not have done it wrong (until they meet their own untimely end, that is). Writer-director Quentin Dupieux also neglects to explain why some of the actual characters maintain such a coolly self-reflexive spin on the proceedings, especially the small-town sheriff who opens the movie by addressing the camera directly. His deadpan soliloquy is a series of philosophical remarks about the seemingly random reasons why things happened in other movies, ranging from Love Story to E.T. to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. And so it goes, as seen mostly from a ground-level, tire's-eye view in wacky sequences that slip back and forth between slasher-flick gore and existential conundrums. There's no denying the conceptual genius in this saga of an ordinary tire traveling through the dust of a Mojave Desert backwater killing randomly in anticipation of a greater glory to come. Is it a movie within a movie? Is it one of the most entertaining indie-comedy-horror-micro-budget experiences ever? Is it a movie at all? Dupieux offers no help with these questions, only a connected succession of brilliantly bizarre visuals that seem to suggest that the harder you think about it all the more likely it is your head will explode--a fate only too familiar to the beings that have close encounters with the weathered radial. The only sure thing is that Rubber teems with inspiration and free-associative magnificence in its quest for a truth that will probably never reveal itself to a non-rubberized consciousness. --Ted Fry
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