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Pig Medium Weight Oil Only Absorbent Mat Pad

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Part# 08-07318
MFR Model# 26300


Clean up oil-based spills without wasting absorbency on water. Unlike rags or floor sweep, PIG® Water-Repellent Oil-Absorbent Mat quickly soaks up gas and oil but repels water from rain, slush, washdowns, ponds and sumps and more!
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WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.



  • Color: White
  • Mat Weight: Medium-weight
  • Size: 15" x 20"
  • Quantity per box: 100


  • Nothing to track around; keeps dirt and grit out of customer vehicles and maintains a clean, professional environment in the shop
  • Safely absorbs and retains oils and oil-based liquids—including lubricants and fuels—while actually repelling water
  • Eight layers of 100% polypropylene are thermally bonded to make PIG® Mat the strongest mat on the market; won't rip, fray or fall apart, even when saturated
  • Exclusive dimple pattern speeds wicking of liquid toward dry spots on Pad, so messes disappear fast, cleanup is simple and you use each Pad to full capacity
  • Floats to clean up oil-based liquids on water
  • Use outdoors or indoors during inclement weather to avoid wasting capacity on rain and melted snow
  • Compact, grab-and-go size; mobile techs can easily pack a few Pads with their supplies for off-site jobs
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