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EVA Interlocking Foam Mats for Under Paddling/Swimming Pool

Posted By: ifoaming

Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2022

Price: $0.50

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Foam mats for under swimming pool consists of 8 pieces of comfortable and durable foam puzzle mat, which can be arranged under an above-ground pool to protect the basement from wear and tear caused by pebbly turf, pointy twigs, and other ground debris.
These foam tiles under pool are simply placed on the spot u plan to set up your pool. And these foam mats for under pool have been specially designed to lock together for extra stability and simple expansion. If 8 sheets of foam tiles for pool aren't enough to fit the size of your pool, you can combine extra packs and expand the area that the pool flooring covers.
One of the benefits of interlocking foam tiles under pool is that they offer fantastic protection for your lawn.


Interlocking Foam Tiles For Under Pool Features
These foam matt for under pool are a kind of swimming pool floor protector.
The set of foam mats for under paddling pool contains 8 tiles without edges.
The square of interlocking foam mats under pool measures 50x50x0.4cm, and one set under pool foam mats covers 1x2m.
Combine multiple sets of interlocking foam tiles for under pool to cover larger areas and create your own size.
Blue, grey color interlocking foam tiles under pool for your choices.
All of our foam tiles for under pool are made in China.


Why Use Interlocking Foam Tiles Under Pool?
Protect the pool liner
Temporary on-ground pools have one thing in common. They have a thin vinyl liner that is easily punctured if not installed properly. Roots, stones, pebbles, and anything under the pool could cause the damage of the pools.
Cuts down on mold
Placing a foam mats for under swimming pool gives an added layer of protection between morning mildew and natural moisture.
Keeps grass and insects at bay
Easy on the feet
A foam mat for under pool benefit extends to swimmers in the pool, too. A soft interlocking foam blocks underneath the pool gives a “soft landing” to people in the water.


Pool EVA Foam Mats For Under Paddling Pool Recommended Uses
With a wide selection of pool EVA mat, friendly and knowledgeable designers and experts can help you decide which foam mats for under paddling pool is best for your space in lawn, Spa, Yoga & exercise and other outside spaces. Whether you want to update your current foam mat for paddling pool, or are installing a new swimming pool, iFoaming is a one-stop-shop for all of your pool EVA mat needs. No matter which option you choose, you can believe that you will get the best service and quality when you buy your foam mats for under-pool from iFoaming.
Lawn
Outside
Spa
Yoga & exercise


https://www.ifoaming.com/products/interlocking-eva-foam-mat-under-pool/



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