Playmats - 24 x 24 inch™
Playmats - 24 x 24 inch™
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The Step2 Playmats - 24 x 24 inch are a set of 4 extra thick mats that are perfect for on floor activities.
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Playmats - 24 x 24 inch™
This set of four extra thick Mats by Step2 are perfect for on floor activities. Little ones will enjoy crawling around on them and parents can use them while they exercise in the convenience of their home. These lightweight and durable mats are great for a playroom, day care or fitness area. Made in China.
- Four 24" x 24" (61 cm x 61 cm) mats, 3/4" (1.9cm) thick
- Lock together with ease
- Not recommended for use on wood floors or for use outdoors
- NOTE: 24" playmats do not interlock with our 23" playmats
RECOMMENDED AGE: 3 and up
PRODUCT NUMBER: 7261KR
DIMENSIONS: 0.75 H 24.50 W 24.50 D
WEIGHT: 1.5 lbs
Reviewers' Choice Awards 2008 Buzzillions
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Thanks Step 2 for a wonderful product! These are the best playmats - - I teach early childhood music and movement classes and use them in my studio. I recommend them to all my parents to give their babies the best start with their movement development. They are non-toxic, thick enough to provide the right support for tumbling, clean up easily and make great sounds when you tap rhythm sticks or rattles on them. Babies need floor time and these mats allow parents to easily move the "floor' to wherever they are - -kitchen, living room, etc...I can't say enough good about them and wish all new parents had them. Thanks Step 2 for a wonderful product!Date published: 2016-07-20Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from So happy with these - changed our lives! We lined the floor of a room with these. A bit expensive but totally worth it. Our 1-year-old twins are just learning to walk/run and they are falling all over the place. Plus, they almost always go in opposite directions making it impossible to prevent or even temper all of their falls. These mats have completely taken the tension out of my shoulders and neck, because I don't care of they fall on these (versus hardwood or tile floor). The babies LOVE it! And I can allow them to run free with these. My older nieces love them because they can tumble and practice gymnastics on them, and my older nephews love to wrestle on them. And as a bonus, they are quite easy to clean.Date published: 2008-12-15Rated 5 out of 5 by Dominican Mom from Life Saver! I love these mats. I should've purchased them earlier when my son was about 4 months (I bought them when he was 8 months, he's now 9mos). They come in handy for tummy time.We live in an apartment and we have hard wood floors, I hardly let him spend time on the floor because I was afraid of him falling and bumping his head. He's fallen plenty of times (even on his face) on these mats and he didn't let one peep out! He learned how to crawl on these mats and I'm glad I bought them.He learned quickly as you can see. They've very easy to assemble (sometimes you have to flip the mats over so they can fit the proper way) and very easy to clean (just wipe them with a damp cloth and voila!).Date published: 2007-06-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Fantastic Mats - Better Than Expected We have hard wood flooring, and we needed some quality play mats for my daughter, who is only 7 months old. These are fantastic! They are very thick and soft. She has fallen on them many times without any crying! They are also comfortable for my husband & I to lay on while we play with her. They fit together very easily and don't come apart unless you want them to. They do not collect dirt or dog hair, thank goodness! And, I did some research - they are made of EVA, which is a non-toxic material that is approved for use in teethers. So it's about as safe as a choice as you can make.Date published: 2008-06-21Rated 5 out of 5 by C&C's mom from Great play mats! I really love these mats. They are big and very thick. My little girl enjoys playing on them. They are very comfortable to play on since we have wood floors which are very cold and hard. I feel better now that she has a safer spot to play on. The only bad thing is that the mats have some sort of coating that makes the wood floors more slippery. Its not bad when walking on the mats, its only slippery on the floor underneath the mats. If you don't ever move them then its okay. We just put some other rugs around so its not a big deal. Other than that, they truly are a great buy.Date published: 2009-02-10Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from safe and sturdy We covered our entire playroom, which has ceramic tile, in these mats. It's much cheaper, safer, and more hygienic than carpet. Our 14 month old is much more confident trying to walk now that he knows that it won't hurt if he falls.The mats are reasonably attractive and easy to clean. I do find you need to hand-scrub the mats to really get them clean, a standard mop won't do it because of all the little pores and crevices. It's also getting scratched up by our cats and dog, but that is mostly an aesthetic problem and doesn't affect the overall durability.Date published: 2009-11-25Rated 5 out of 5 by a happy customer from these are great! This is the perfect product for my baby who is sitting up but not yet crawling. We have hard tile floors and even though he sits up well, he does occasionally fall back and bump his head! These mats are big enough and thick enough that he does not hurt himself when he falls backward. Now he sits on his mat and plays with his toys while I am cooking in the kitchen, while the rest of the family has dinner, etc. - much better than than being in a bouncy seat all the time! We also love that the mat can be taken apart for storage, and wiped down easily.Date published: 2007-04-20Rated 5 out of 5 by Kim Shaver from I would buy this product again and again I am soooo impressed with this product. I bought 4. I have concrete floors and needed a cushioned surface for my daughter to play and crawl on. She knows the difference between the blue playmat and concrete and crawls all over the mat!! She has taken tumbles and has been great through them. Very easy to clean and maintain. I have my living room and hallway covered with the mat, as well as her room. It made more sense than buying a rug. I love them so much I gave one to my brother who is expecting his first soon.Date published: 2010-01-13
Q & AHas anyone put these over warn carpet? Once you interlock them do they stay locked together or do the tabs keep coming up? Thanks for any help you may have.I have mine over tiles and they do not come apart. My kids play pretty rough too. The connection is pretty tight.Date published: 2018-03-27I was wondering how this works with furniture on it, since I plan to cover the whole playroom. Does furniture leave indentations? Will I be able to move and rearrange pieces on it?It does leave indentations, it holds together well but once you place furniture you probably will have to leave as is. We have it in 1/2 our garage, put lawn chairs on it and they cut through a bit from chair legs.Date published: 2018-03-27Do the Step2 playmats contain Formaldehyde, Lead, Phthalates, BPO, or anything else toxic or harmful to humans?These playmats are made of EVA (Ethyl Vinyl Acetate) and do not contain silicone nor flame retardants. Phthalates are plasticizers mainly used to soften and enhance the longevity and durability of plastics, typically PVC plastics. Current testing technology cannot defect zero levels of phthalates. When the level of phthalates falls below an independent test lab's ability to detect the presence of phthalates the lab issues a report stating that the phthalate levels are undetectable, or passes the CPSIA phthalate requirement. Many toy manufacturers use these reports to make the claim their products are "phthalate free". Step2 chooses to make the accurate statement that our products are compliant to the CPSIA phthalate requirements as independent, CPSIA test labs cannot and will not state a product is "phthalate free." The soft plastic materials used in our products are routinely tested and are compliant to the CPSIA phthalates standards. To check the Confirmation of Conformance on, you can visit our website at <a href="http://www.step2coc.com" target="_blank">www.step2coc.com</a> and type in the name of the product and it will give you specifics on testing.Date published: 2018-03-27Is the product rated for a fall height?Hmm. not sure what your intentions are with this mat....they are thick enough to help soften the fall of a child learning to walk...but not much more than that. We have hard wood floors, so I covered our play room with these mats for a soften place to sit and play etc....they work out very nicely for this purpose!Date published: 2018-03-27Why does it say there are small parts? What makes this dangerous for children under 3?Although no small parts come with this playmat or are provided for assembly this product it has been age graded for children 3+. Normal use and abuse testing conducted suggests through biting, torque, and tension a small part of foam could possibly detach. That is the reason for this this warning.Date published: 2018-03-27According to the description, these mats are not recommended for hardwood floors...why?Hi, I don't know the exact answer to that, but I'm guessing that you would risk some moisture buildup under the mats that could cause discoloration of the floor. I don't think this is specific to these mats but rather to covering a wood floor with rubber or plastic that doesn't let the floor breathe for an extended period of time. Hope that helps!Date published: 2018-03-27Is this formamide-free?Question for Step2 Staff: Have these playmats been tested for Formamide, Acetophenone, and 2-Phenyl 2-Propanol? If so, what are the test results?Date published: 2018-03-27I am looking for soft flooring to use as they base for our outdoor swingset. I have read reviews on these mats and have found that some people have used them outdoors and left them out all year round with no problem. I would be covering a 30' x 30' area. Do you think these will hold up?I double my mats because they cover a driveway and they are under two Step 2 climbing structures. I probably have over a hundred of them (some were used). The plain ones are slippery when wet. I do not have the newer ones with the holes but I would recommend those for under any place where there will be lots of water. Mine have been outside for 4-5 years. They are fine except where the neighbor cats use them for a scratching post. Some will put blue coloring on the kids clothes. Most will not. I haven't figured out why that is. It could be that the cats scratching the surface have removed some kind of protective surface. The edges of the mats will allow dirt and rocks to slide under. I just sweep under the edges of the mats and they are good for another year. (I live under oak trees). My tallest climbing structure is 4' and I think a fall from that height would have a soft enough landing. You'll have to judge based on what material is underneath your mats and how high a fall might be from a swing set. Hope this helps. (Child care provider.)Date published: 2018-03-27