Bestselling Grill Pads & Floor Mats in 2020
Premium Grill Mat by Montana Grilling Gear for Gas or Electric Grill – Use this Absorbent Grill Pad Floor Mat to Protect Decks and Patios from Grease Splatter and Other Messes – 30” X 48”
The Splatter Mat Gas Reversible Accessory for Under The Grill Deck Protection, Black, 48” x 30 Inch
Tuffy Reversible BBQ Grill Pad (1) MADE IN USA, Super Durable, Perfect for Charcoal, Electric and Gas Grills Also for Deep Fryers and Smokers
- Made in USA - Heat resistant - "12 YEAR WARRANTY"
- Safe For Use With - Grills -Smokers - Fryers - and Kamado Cookers - DO NOT USE WITH A FIRE PIT
- Heat Source: Charcoal -Wood Pellet -Gas -Electric -Infared
- Resist Animal Fats -Fish Oils -Grease -Sauces -Marinades
- 30"x 42" - Smooth Surface-Ribbed Bottom-Wt.7Lbs-Aprox.1/4" thick-Safe for use on composite material
DiversiTech Ultra Mat for Under The Grill Deck Protection, Black, 48” x 30”, 10 Year Warranty
DiversiTech The Original Grill Pad Accessory for Under the Grill Protection, Rectangle, Brown, 30” x 42”
DiversiTech The Original Grill Pad Accessory for Under the Grill Protection, Round, Black, 30”
Armor All X-Large BBQ Grill Mat 30x60in.
- Large bbq grill mat
- Protect your deck or patio from messy grilling
- Vinyl backing prevents stains from soaking through
- Measures 3o-inch by 60-inch
- Easy clean up with garden hose
Resilia - Grill and Garage Protective Mat - Decorative Embossed Diamond Plate Pattern - Black, (3 Feet x 4 Feet)
- HEAVY DUTY PROTECTION: Flame retardant, flexible PVC vinyl protects your floor from grease, oil, charcoal, rust, and more
- EASY CLEAN-UP: Simply wash with water and it appears brands new again
- LONG-LASTING: Made with heavy duty, water-proof polypropylene for long-lasting durability indoors and out
- ECO-FRIENDLY: Made with flexible PVC vinyl that is phthalate free, DINP free, and from recycled materials
- MADE IN USA: Family owned and operated; produced entirely in the USA
Drymate Gas Grill Mat, Premium BBQ Grill Mat - 30" x 58" - Size Extra Large Grill Pad - Contains Grill Splatter and (Protects Surface)
- SOFT ABSORBENT MATERIAL TRAPS SPILLS: The Drymate Premium Gas Grill Mat traps and contains the mess! Our mat is designed to protect your expensive decking, patio and other outdoor surfaces from costly oil and grease splatters or food stains.
- NON-SLIP WATER-PROOF BACKING: Our non-slip, skid resistant backing keeps the grill mat in place and prevents it from moving around. The waterproof layer traps any spills from BBQ messes and prevents any liquid or grease from soaking through to damage or stain the surface below.
- DURABLE FABRIC: Our long-lasting grill pad material is made out of a polyester fiber and is able to withstand any BBQ mess! This strong material is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles.
- EASY TO CLEAN: When your grill mat gets dirty, simply power wash, hand wash or hose off.
- ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE AND MADE IN THE USA: Proudly made in the USA! Phthalate and BPA free. Safe for your entire family, including your pets.
DiversiTech GP-30-C The Original Grill Pad, Round 30 Inches x 30 Inches, Brown
- Easy Clean up with garden hose
- Lightweight and durable
- Heat resistant and breathable
- Suitable for placement under outdoor grills
- Round 30 Inches x 30 Inches
My First Hybrid Car: Is it Worth the Cost?
A hybrid is definitely worth the cost...but only if the price is right. I would highly recommend buying a used hybrid to anyone and everyone. And dont be afraid to ask a dealership to throw in some extras...maintenance, new floor mats, etc.
I don't believe I could have afforded the car brand new. Nor am I too sure with the type of driving I do that it would be worth the cost if I had bought it new. Brand new, the car was listed at $27,000. This Altima Hybrid was one year old and had been a corporate lease with 38K miles on it. It was marked at $17,700. By the time I was done haggling the price had come down to $15,500. Included in that price, I got the dealership to Certify the car (which gave me access to the original manufacturer warranty) and give me a number of oil changes for free. I chose to spend an extra $1,000 to bump that warranty up one year and 20,000 miles more. After taxes, title, fees, etc., I paid just over $18,000 for my car.
A very pleasant surprise for me came at tax time. I got a $2,500.00 credit added to my tax return for having purchased a hybrid. That definitely added to the "worth it" side of things!
Everyone knows Hybrids are better on gas than a regular car. But here's the kicker: It's really only "better" in city driving. The engine shuts down/goes electric when the car is idling or driving slowly. So if you're like me and do a bunch of highway driving, the hybrid car isn't going to save you enough money to make it "worth it" when it comes to the added cost of buying one. However, I know I'm getting better gas mileage than I was with my old car (27 mpg with my 2004 Elantra vs. 32 mpg with the Altima Hybrid) and in today's economy, every little bit counts.
So, between gas savings, the tax credit and all the extras I got the dealership to throw in, once again, this hybrid is definitely worth the cost. But only if the price is right.