We Sell Mats 36 Sq Ft Alphabet and Number Floor Mat

February 10, 2012 by
Filed under: Large Area Rugs 


We Sell Mats 36 Sq Ft Alphabet and Number Floor Mat

  • Exposure to letters and numbers influences learning
  • Individual 12inch foam squares are colorful, washable and provide a cushioned surface
  • Includes 26 uppercase letters and 10 numbers that pop out for hours of learning fun
  • Straight borders included give the mat a finished look
  • Covers up to 36 sq. ft. (6′ x 6′ area) and made of high density EVA foam 10mm (.375inch thick)

Safe, non-toxic and independently tested FREE of Lead, BPA’s and PVC. Exposure to letters and numbers influences learning. The individual 12″ foam squares are colorful, washable and provide a cushioned surface. It includes 26 letters and 10 numbers that pop out for hours of learning fun. Straight borders included give the mat a finished look. It covers up to 36 sq. ft., 6′ x 6′ area and made of high density EVA foam 10mm, 3/8 inch thick. The letters and numbers do pop out of the tiles. This item

List Price: $ 45.99

Price: $ 45.99




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3 Comments on We Sell Mats 36 Sq Ft Alphabet and Number Floor Mat

  1. Laura Mojica on Fri, 10th Feb 2012 12:35 pm
    68 of 75 people found the following review helpful:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Foam might cause cancer, December 15, 2010
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    Got these earlier this year. Very happy with them, thought my daughter loves to pull out the letters and chew on them. Now Im realy concered because i just read that foam mats are being banned in Europe due to cancer causing chemicals in the foam.

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    Belgium is to ban the sale of all foam puzzle mats for babies and toddlers, citing tests showing they contain a cancer-causing chemical.

    Formamides are used to soften the foam in the mats but are corrosive and can be deadly. Toxicologist Alfred Bernard explained:
    “They are solvents, residues from the manufacturing process that stay in the product afterwards. They can be absorbed through breathing or through the skin. As a rule, children should not be exposed to these products.”

    Belgium becomes the first European country to ban the mats and will impose a 20,000 euro fine for anyone found selling them. Jean-Philippe Ducart, a spokesman for a consumer watchdog said:

    “They will be illegal in 2011 but in the meantime we ask that they be withdrawn from the market in the interest of public health and the health of children exposed to them.”

    An EU-wide ban on the mats is expected within the next few years.

    In November, the EU prohibited the sale of plastic baby bottles containing Bisphenol A, a compound that tests suggest have adverse health effects on babies.

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  2. Nova "Nova" on Fri, 10th Feb 2012 12:44 pm
    40 of 43 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A little thin but serves its purpose, March 6, 2009
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    Nova “Nova” (north brunswick, nj) –

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    We have this set up on carpet, so the fact that it’s a little thin makes little difference for us. We just didn’t want our baby’s face in the carpet constantly (I believe there are carcinogens in the stain sealants and we live in an apt. so don’t see much point in shampooing or anything). The only thing that’s annoying is the letters and numbers pop out of the mat which I don’t really like because I know he’s going to rip the thing apart as he gets older (he’s 9 months now). But, he has taken a couple little tumbles and not cried so the mat combined with the carpet underneath must make a decent amount of padding while providing a stable, firm surface for him to practice being more mobile. All in all it was a good purchase for me but know that it is slightly thing (like it says, 3/8 in thick) and it can be taken apart easily (by you or your baby).

    Edit: Now a couple months later we had to take it up. I don’t know why, but it attracts ants that we couldn’t get rid of. No matter how much vacuuming, wiping down on top and bottom they kept coming back even when we made sure my son didn’t have a crumb on him left from lunch. I suspect the problem is the texture. Lots of little grooves for food to get into which makes it really difficult to clean. We’ll probably put it back down this winter, but we disassembled it because it was just a harbor for ants and too hard to clean. Upside was we put it in the washing machine successfully.

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  3. Heidi Watkins "The Book Hunter" on Fri, 10th Feb 2012 1:06 pm
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love this Alphabet mat, June 16, 2008
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    Heidi Watkins “The Book Hunter” (Chicago, USA) –
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    = Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: We Sell Mats 36 Sq Ft Alphabet and Number Floor Mat (Baby Product)

    I have this mat set up in my living room and have two play zone play yards set up around it. My baby is happy in there for hours. He loves pulling the mat apart and even chewing on it. it seems very durable, he is pretty rough on it and it has held up great. It is very colorful and fun and I pull the letters out and tell him what they are. I think this is a wonderful product!

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