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    Exterior Rubber Floor Tiles

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    Anyone used/considered rubber floor tiles as an alternative to ceramic tiles for outside work.

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    Never seen em since I was released from the pschiatric ward, are you planning a bit of wrestling,I think the humidty may be an issue,tarmac or wood chip maybe a idea if your thinking of venues for mud wrestling, please send tickets

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    If you in Esan or North this firm may be worth a call
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    or Watsadu Homepro etc

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    You live in a rubber room don't you David?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loy Toy View Post
    You live in a rubber room don't you David?
    Good response on the bounce bucketman, where else could I

    Lay Tex, yep just me mrs rubbajohnny and a foam cosh

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    depends what type of "work" you're doing, there are different hardnesses of compounds around, I have done muay thai on soft rubeer matting and weights on hard rubber matting

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    Would they melt or loose shape in the hot sun?

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    Seen them in some kids outside play areas in Thailand - they lasted better than the play equipment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiLeakHunt View Post
    depends what type of "work" you're doing, there are different hardnesses of compounds around, I have done muay thai on soft rubeer matting and weights on hard rubber matting
    It is just garden landscaping. I was just looking for an alternative to ceramic tiles. Not keen on laying ceramic over the plumbing around the houses and thought something not so permanent would be a better option.

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    Homepro sell rolls of rubbery fake lawn in 1.5 rolls in green bright blue etc used on terraces our way, seemed quite expensive and not very robust

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    ^That's all I have ever seen, fake grass tiles, working in Thailand for 10 years in design and architecture. Of course I was never looking because I never had the need.

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    Guys

    Thanks for the comments. Looks like its back to ceramic tiles and maybe some decking, will just have to check the plumbing underground is ok first.

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