ExactMats® Inc. (owned by parent company ExactMade®, LLC) was founded back in 1997 to serve everyday automotive owners.
The company was created when our founders released our original, clear ExactMats to meet a growing demand for auto mats that keep vehicles clean and damage free in the least distracting way possible.
In 2004 we were fortunate enough to uncover another hidden, yet totally intuitive opportunity, when our customers started to ask us to produce clear, exact-fitting protective coverings for drawers, cabinets, home and office furniture, restaurant surfaces, floors and other applications. They saw dozens of potential applications for a product that protects other surfaces nearly invisibly, so we got to work and created the methods and secured the resources to make them. After all, who are we to argue?
At that moment, an innovation called ExactMats Home & Office™ was born.
The idea was to create custom-made surface protection that exceeds the quality of anything else available on the market, and we wanted to get it right.
So, we created a protective solution that addresses an entire spectrum of consumer wants, ranging from clarity and precise fit, to unparalleled durability, sound dampening and impact resistance . We learned how important it was for our customers to have a way to protect their investments including cabinetry, furniture and flooring. From shelves to desks, countertops to drawers, and pantries to storage rooms, ExactMats Home & Office lays down a gauntlet of timeless protection that will last for years.
Recently, we innovated once again to create an all-season version of our classic auto floor mats. We call it X-Edition™️. This product was designed to provide heavy duty protection without taking over the intended look of the vehicle like other bulky products do. And like our clear automotive mats and ExactMats Home & Office products, X-Edition are fully made in the United States.
For more information on our individual product lines, ExactMats Automotive and ExactMats Home & Office, please take a look at the following pages: