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My wife is the President / COO of a family owned Beauty Salon business in the St. Louis area. She is replacing all of the hydraulic chairs and anti-fatigue mats in one of her salons. She said I could have any / all of the old mats. There are 51 mats that will become available sometime in May.
I cannot use all 51, at most I could use 5 - 10. I'd hate to throw the rest away without offering them up for free to the fine members of this forum.

As far as condition. She has given me one before because it was torn (see photo). I don't think the rest are torn or I would already have them in my shop. As you can see in the photos, the hydraulic hairdresser chair leaves a depression in the mat.

If there is any interest, reply in thread or PM me. If no interest, I'll probably list them on CL for free or as a last resort throw them away.

So here's the terms:
local pickup for anyone in the area - just come and get what you want
anyone else would have to pay for shipping - I'm assuming the "new" ones will come in a box of some sort that I could re-use, then I don't know what USPS or UPS would charge
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I'd be interested in one for in front of the lathe if the shipping isnt too bad.

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I would be interested in one also if shipping isn't too bad. Would be nice in front of the lathe.

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That's a very generous offer and the price can't be beat. If I wanted one, shipping cost is expected. With the smooth finish, keeping clean would be easy. Thanks for the offer...you get a





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Great, a couple takers already.

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doh....I actually just went out and bought one last week. Ive been rollin on it with my stool so it's not returnable. Had I know about this sooner, I surely 'wood' have jumped on it.

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doh....I actually just went out and bought one last week. Ive been rollin on it with my stool so it's not returnable. Had I know about this sooner, I surely 'wood' have jumped on it.

Thanx for the offer though.
No problem.

Wouldn't surprise me to find that it's cheaper to buy something somewhere than ship these mats.

I went to harbor freight today to pick up caster wheels and saw that they have a 4pak of the anti-fatigue interlocking squares (16 sq ft?) for pretty cheap - $12.99 maybe?

So there you have it.

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That is the HF mat. Definitely less than shipping will be. Thank you for the generous offer though.

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My wife is the President / COO of a family owned Beauty Salon business in the St. Louis area. She is replacing all of the hydraulic chairs and anti-fatigue mats in one of her salons. She said I could have any / all of the old mats. There are 51 mats that will become available sometime in May.
I cannot use all 51, at most I could use 5 - 10. I'd hate to throw the rest away without offering them up for free to the fine members of this forum.

As far as condition. She has given me one before because it was torn (see photo). I don't think the rest are torn or I would already have them in my shop. As you can see in the photos, the hydraulic hairdresser chair leaves a depression in the mat.

If there is any interest, reply in thread or PM me. If no interest, I'll probably list them on CL for free or as a last resort throw them away.

So here's the terms:
local pickup for anyone in the area - just come and get what you want
anyone else would have to pay for shipping - I'm assuming the "new" ones will come in a box of some sort that I could re-use, then I don't know what USPS or UPS would charge
I'm interested!
Are they all semi-circles? And what are the dimensions? I'm in Northeastern Ohio, so give me your zip and approximate weight of the mats and Ill 'figure shipping.
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For an update on this incase anyone was waiting / wondering. . .

We finished the salon remodel in Mid June.
My wife ended up offering the hydraulic chairs to the hairdressers for them to take home. They also took the floor mats.
After all was said and done, I was left with about 3 or 4 mats, so there was no surplus available.

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