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Matrix Garden Floor panels are ideal for many applications, both indoors and outdoors. They are 290x290x15mm and are made from UV stabilised recycled plastic which is impervious to moisture and most chemicals. They have an open ribbed design which allows fast drainage of water, helps to remove mud or sand from feet or shoes and improves grip when wet.
They are fast and easy to lay down and remove. They can be used for long or short periods and allow light through to prevent damage to the grass during extended use. They can also be used to retain pebbles in paths and garden beds and to stop soil erosion on sloping areas. NOTE: MATRIX Garden Floor panels are not suitable for vehicle traffic use.
Matrix Garden Floor Panels are available only from Bunnings in packs of 6 in charcoal colour. Each pack covers 0.5m2.
· Lawn protection from constant foot and wheelbarrow traffic
· Shed and basement flooring to keep contents dry
· Camping / caravan entry matting to help keep inside dry and free of sand or dirt
· Floors for wet work areas (commercial or domestic)
· Retaining pebbles or gravel
· Erosion prevention
· Shower floors for indoors and outdoors
Recommended installation for floors.
Check that the ground surface is flat. If not, level and finish with packing sand.
Lay the panels with the tabs pointing in the laying directions.
Line up the slots and tabs and clip together by pressing down.
If necessary, cut the end panels to fit the floor size you require using a wood saw (we recommend using a jigsaw with a blade for wood).
Matrix Garden Floor panels will protect grassed areas from foot and wheelbarrow traffic.
Simply lay them out in the high traffic area you wish to protect and clip together.
Lay the panels upside down on a flat surface to fill the area.
Clip them together and then spread the stones over them until they are covered.
Rake over to settle the stones in place, making sure you have the desired coverage.
Level the area you wish to secure and lay the panels clipped together over the area.
Use a rubber mallet to tap each panel lightly into the soil surface.
Then use the appropriate tent pegs as required to secure the panels to the ground, which will depend on how loose the soil is and the angle of the slope.