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Mat Care and Maintenance
Here you will find helpful hints to keep your mat in top shape for years to come.

Battlemat™, Megamat™ & Mondomat™
Double-Sided Mats
These mats, first made available in 2002, build on our reputation for single-sided vinyl game mats. The specially-made vinyl features the same eye-pleasing oyster color as our "previous" single-sided mats while being made in such a way to give a flat surface for writing. Using water-soluble overhead-projection pens (NOT dry erase, grease pencil, or permanent markers), you can write on the vinyl and remove later with water when the drawing is no longer needed.

We have a variety of patterns available in three sizes of
mats: 26” x 23½” (66cm x 60cm) Battlemat™, 34½” x 48”
(88cm x 122cm) Megamat™, and the
102” x 54” (259cm x 137cm) Mondomat™. To see all the
available patterns, click here.
  Factory 2nd Mats
Whenever we do a production run of mats, we always get
a few mats that are not completely up to our standards
of quality to be sold as a first-rate mat. Usually
all that is wrong with them is that they have gotten
dirty or have some small blemish in the vinyl. During the inspection process,
we pull these mats aside and sell these at a discount
at conventions and here on our web page. Because
these are of factory second quality, we allow for
returns if you are unhappy with the level of
imperfections. However, of the thousands we have
sold, only a handful have even been returned for this
reason. This is because we sell the worst of the
factory seconds only at conventions where customers
can see exactly what they are purchasing (where the
worst are often sold at even further discounts) To
see all the available patterns, click here.
Mat Pens
These water-soluble overhead-projection pens work well with the mats. The black, blue, and green colors are the best regarding being removed with water. The red has a tendency of staining much more than the other colors so it is best used for highlighting only.

Never use dry erase, permanent, or grease-pencil markers. The vinyl is too porous for the lines created from them to be able to be removed. If you have any doubt of the suitability of any particular
marker, draw a small line on the border, let sit for awhile, and see how well it can be removed. Better to have a small permanent blemish on the edge of the mat than a permanent map drawn on the entirety of the mat!

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