Handling Tips, Cleaning Tips

Handling Tips, Cleaning Tips

Handling Tips, Cleaning Tips Thank you for choosing Vitrazza! We want your Glass Chair Mat experience to be exceptional, so please read our tips below. Handle with care. When carrying a Glass Chair Mat, use two people and wear gloves that have a latex grip. We’ve included 2 sets of rubber bumpers we call Stabil-a-dots™
Handling Tips, Cleaning Tips Thank you for choosing Vitrazza! We want your Glass Chair Mat experience to be exceptional, so please read our tips below. Handle with care. When carrying a Glass Chair Mat, use two people and wear gloves that have a latex grip. We’ve included 2 sets of rubber bumpers we call Stabil-a-dots™

Handling Tips, Cleaning Tips

Thank you for choosing Vitrazza! We want your Glass Chair Mat experience to be exceptional, so please read our tips below.

  • Handle with care. When carrying a Glass Chair Mat, use two people and wear gloves that have a latex grip.
  • We’ve included 2 sets of rubber bumpers we call Stabil-a-dots™. One set is for hard floors, one set is for carpet. Apply the relevant bumpers to the bottom of your mat per the enclosed diagram (the top of the mat, which has our protective coating applied, is indicated with a label).
  • If you have high-pile carpet and find that the included Stabil-a-dots don’t work well enough to keep your mat in place, you can request a complimentary set of ‘Super-size’ Stabil-a-dots. Email your request to customersupport@vitrazza.com.
  • Do not set two Glass Chair Mats where the edges will touch.
  • Do not set a Glass Chair Mat where the edges will rub against metal.
  • We recommend giving your new Glass Chair Mat a thorough cleaning before you set it in place. You can use any glass cleaner.
  • For long-term cleaning, use Repel Glass & Surface Cleaner; it cleans extremely well and contains a nano-tech barrier that enhances the coating on your mat. Buy it online at www.vitrazza.com.
  • If you need to move your Glass Chair Mat, we recommend using two people, both wearing gloves that have a latex grip. Use the enclosed “easy lift tool” to get under the glass chair mat and lift it up off the floor. DO NOT USE METAL TOOLS. If you need to stand your Glass Chair Mat on end, be sure to place it on a moving blanket or similar.
  • For the best experience, consider replacing plastic caster wheels. Some customers find these can be slightly noisy against the glass and also don’t provide a solid grip. Vitrazza sells casters with urethane tread; these roll quietly and produce a superior grip on a Glass Chair Mat. Learn more at www.vitrazza.com.