Park Smart Heavy-Duty Clean Park Garage Floor Mat Customer Reviews
171 Customer Reviews
Keep your garage floor looking sharp! The Heavy-Duty Park Smart Clean Park Garage Floor Mat traps nasty engine drips, dastardly liquid spills and shameful messes on a rugged vinyl surface and off your parking spot. It's like having the floor of a fine automotive repair shop.
With its generous 1" raised outer lip, the Heavy-Duty Clean Park Garage Floor Mat contains gallons of liquid on the mat, keeping dirty tracks out of your house and the floor safe and dry. And, it's a breeze to clean with a wet/dry vacuum, squeegee or spray hose.
Choose from many sizes to fit vehicles large or small. What's more, your Heavy-Duty Park Smart Clean Park Garage Floor Mat is covered by a 1-year warranty.
171 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Robert F (Frankfort, MI) Reviewed for a 2009 Subaru Outback — Mar 06, 2014 7:03 AM
Does what it claims to do. It catches all the crap falling off of and melting off of the Subaru. Not real easy to put together in a garage that is 32 degrees but it did go together. Would be much easier in warmer temps. I like it, period, and would buy one for my truck, if I could get it in the garage. My only minor negative is that the melted snow and ice have to be broomed onto the driveway and it freezes. But, what else can you do? At least now I don't have the melt off all over the garage.
Reviewed by Timothy W (LOVELAND, CO) Reviewed for a 2013 Honda Accord — Jan 06, 2014 11:53 AM
I purchased two of these mats for our garage. The installation was fairly straight forward, the edge pieces snapped on easy enough and the cutting to fit went ok. My only complaint at this point is that it is hard to make the mat even and flat as it will have some wrinkles. Overall it does what is expected, keeps the water on the mat.
Reviewed by Edward R (BARABOO, WI) — Nov 20, 2013 6:55 AM
For the price of $273 you could get a mat to lay flat on the floor once you had it together. Not so. It is uneven all around the sides from the pinching of the 2 ft side pieces. This will cause difficulty in squeeging the mat. For the price one pays for this product you would think a company could put together a better system of building this so that the mat would lay perfectly flat.
Reviewed by Richard L (LAMONI, IA) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Nov 15, 2013 5:46 AM
After following the instructions, we had wrinkles that we could not get out as we put the last pieces in. So in our rework, we (1)started from the front end, putting the caps on from the measured middle out. (2)put the side caps alternating sides, working toward the back, smoothing carefully as we went. (3)leave a small gap between each cap to allow some flex. If leakage is a problem, caulk the gaps with bathtub caulk. (4) trim the back side and put the roll-over caps on last. Now it looks good.
Reviewed by Nelson G (INDIAN HILLS, CO) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 — Nov 12, 2013 9:01 PM
I am on my 3rd Park Smart HD floor mat. These are garbage but there is no alternative so I keep buying. Basic physics: you buy these because you live in a cold weather climate. The edge channels are plastic. Plastic gets cold. You run a 2 ton car on them. They crack. Period. They get pretty beat up the 1st year. By the 2nd year, they're trashed. Be prepared to spend a few hundred dollars every other year
Reviewed by Karen B M (GRAND JUNCTION, CO) Reviewed for a 2003 Toyota Land Cruiser — Oct 24, 2013 11:23 PM
We purchased two heavy-duty garage floor mats to replace our 5-yr-old 2-mil mats that had worn out. The new mats much heavier vinyl lies perfectly flat, and the borders are rigid and stable. We expect these mats will last a long time and keep snow and slush from running into the back of our garage. Great product!