High Performing Wash+Dry™ Mats
Our team of matting experts has created the best performing Wash+Dry™ mats, rugs, and runners for your home. In fact, our parent company, Kleen-Tex Industries, Inc., invented the first washable rubber backed mats over 55 years ago in LaGrange, Georgia.
We stand behind (or on top of!) our products, and offer full transparency in the production and application of our products. We can assure you that you’ve made the right choice for your washable floor décor.
Attractive and Durable
Wash+Dry™ mats hold up to years of service. The craftsmanship and technology built into our high-quality products will astonish
you. Where most mats begin to degrade, fade, and fall apart after each wash cycle, we specifically designed ours so they will not bend, buckle, ripple, or create that annoying crease that typically appears on lesser quality mats.
Dress up entryways, hallways, kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, and covered outdoor spaces. Our Wash+Dry™ mats endure heavy foot traffic, as the slim, skid-resistant profile allows doors and vacuums to easily glide over the top. Plush nylon surface is permanently bonded to a specially formulated nitrile rubber backing that stays put on hard surfaces such as tile, linoleum, and hardwood.
Save The Frogs
We are proud sponsors of SAVE THE FROGS! in honor of one of our founders, R.W. "Frog" Howard, Sr. Our parent company, Kleen-Tex, was founded in 1967 and Mr. Howard was an integral part of building the company into an international success. Along with his son, Ralph Howard, Jr., his vision was to create a respected, world-class company. To honor his legacy, the company decided to support SAVE THE FROGS! in honor of his beloved nickname.
SAVE THE FROGS! has a mission to prevent the extinction of amphibian populations, and to promote a society that respects and appreciates nature and wildlife. As worldwide frog populations become more threatened due to habitat loss and climate change, it is even more important to understand the critical role amphibians play withing our ecosystems.