Restroom Service

Product Number 4067 (sink mat), 4068 (commode mat), 4069 (urinal mat)

Restroom Service mats are designed for long-term use, making them ideal for those seeking an eco-friendly alternative to disposable restroom mats.

  • Solution-dyed fabric provides superior colorfastness.
  • Bleach resistant.
  • "Water Dam" border traps dirt and absorbs moisture.
  • Anti-microbial treated, controls odor causing bacteria.
  • Heavy duty rubber backing keeps mats in place.
  • Easy to clean - vacuum, hose off or steam clean.

Recommended for commercial use in bathrooms and restrooms.

Sink Mat - 3' x 5'
Commode Mat - 22" x 22"
Urinal Mat - 20" x 17"

Fiber: Needle-punched, solution-dyed PET
Weight: 14 ounces/yard2
Pattern: Squares

Material: SBR rubber (20% recycled content)
Thickness: 68-mil 

OVERALL MAT THICKNESS: 3/16 inch (0.1875")


  • Passes flammability standard CPSC FF 1-70

Proper laundering will prolong the service life of Restroom Services mats by preventing the buildup of soil and soap residue.  It may be necessary to adjust the formula shown below to increase break time, temperature, or number of rinses to achieve desired results.  For sanitary purposes we recommend the break temperature be maintained at 140 degrees.  Do not wash Restroom Services mats with cleated general-use mats as this may cause pilling of the fabric surface.

  1. Flush 2-3 minutes, high water level, 120 degrees F (49 degrees C)
  2. Flush 2-3 minutes, high water level, 120 degrees F (49 degrees C)
  3. Break 5-10 minutes, high water level, 140 degrees F (60 degrees C)
  4. Rinse 2 minutes, high water level, cold
  5. Rinse 2 minutes, high water level, cold
  6. Lay mats flat  nap side down following removal from the washer. This will allow any water in the mats to drain out.  When dry roll mats nap out for delivery. 

Drying is normally not necessary.  If there is excess lint on the carpet, simply tumble the mats for 5 minutes using the cool down cycle. No heat is necessary.  

Do not use high pH detergents, alkali or solvents. The break should not exceed a pH of 9.5. Use a low pH non-ionic detergent. 2-4 oz./ 100# of mats.  Consult with your chemical supplier for exact amounts.