Anybody ever use those interlocking floor tiles?

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I have actually thought about this stuff. It's been around a VERY long time and is tougher than a mother-in-laws heart.
Do the current stuff come in maybe a non-slip surface for industrial setting ???
I think it would make a hell of a pretty floor over concrete.
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"Pat Barber" wrote

Products like this is common for gym floors. One big problem with them is if you get a big leak of some kind and get an accumulation of water/moisture under the rubber. This can turn into a mold factory which not only puts some permanant mold spores in the air, but can smell as well.
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