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Stall Skin Customers Report Reasons for Choice

By Rosendo Espinoza Subscribe to RSS | February 27th 2012 | Views:

Horsemen nationwide report that using Stalls Skins as a stable mat system for their barns is making their lives easier and provides substantial cost savings over rubber stall mats. Whether you have mares in foal or heavy draft breeds in your barn, Stall Skins is a superior choice over rubber stall mats or horse stall mats. Stall Skins are half the price of conventional rubber horse stall mats, are easy to install, keep the stall drier, and you’ll find that bedding is lasting two to three times longer, which means less labor too. Here’s a recent note from a Stall Skins customer: “I’ve used Stall Skins for over five years now instead of rubber stall mats and have yet to find any need to replace the Stall Skins. And I have pretty tough horses: Pacers, weavers, and pawers. I even had a draft horse paw on a Stall Skin for three years without a wear mark. I love Stall Skins! Rubber horse stall mats be gone!”

What are other reasons why people choose Stall Skins over rubber stall mats?

Savings on bedding is definitely high on the list. “I just love Stall Skins,” reports an Indiana horsewoman. “With regular rubber stall mats, my stalls were always wet and I was throwing away wet bedding all the time. Now that I have Stall Skins instead of rubber horse stall mats, the stalls are always dry, I use about half the amount of bedding, and the stall floor never seems cold. I recommend these to anyone who loves their horses and wants to keep them dry. I put my old rubber stall mats out on the concrete wash rack outside. They’ll never be put back into any stall — it’s Stall Skins forever for me and my horses!”

What about durability?

“I had to relocate my Stall Skins to new stalls and was surprised to find that after being in place for two years, they were in perfect condition. I hosed them off and moved them where it was easy to install them again. They work like new,” reports a Texas rancher. “I’ll never use rubber mats ever again.”

Stall Skins, the perfect alternative to rubber stall mats and horse stable mats, come in a one-piece roll that’s easy to install. Shavings lasts 2 to 3 times longer, and Stall Skins are easier to clean than conventional rubber mats. Horses stay cleaner than with rubber stall mats, the ammonia smell from urine is greatly reduced, you’ll save significantly on shavings, and installation costs 50% less than rubber horse stall mats.

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Stall Skins has been providing a superior and economical alternative to rubber stall mats for over 14 years.For ore details on Rubber Stable Mats and Stable Mats than please visit our website.

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