Warnings & Warranties



We stand by the strength, design, and build quality of all our Products and offer the following warranty subject to the terms and conditions herein. Resilite warrants its products to be free from defects in materials or workmanship during conventional use and installation for the periods identified herein when the Products are used under normal uses and conditions as described in more detail below.




During the warranty period Resilite will, at no additional charge to you, repair or replace (at Resilite’s discretion) any part of a Product if it becomes defective, malfunctions, or otherwise fails to conform to this Warranty.  All labor relating to installation or removal of a Product in connection with this warranty shall be the responsibility of the owner.


Original proof of purchase is required to invoke this warranty. The warranty applies only to the original purchaser of the Product for so long as the original purchaser owns the Product. This warranty is not transferable to subsequent owners after the original purchaser.  This warranty may be voided for any product that has been damaged due to negligent or faulty use, alteration, maintenance, storage, or handling by the original purchaser. Any alterations or conditions resulting from work performed by any person not affiliated with Resilite are excluded from this warranty, including any impacts that result from alteration of the product, floor mats, or wall mat installations by other companies or individuals not affiliated with Resilite.


Any specific issues relating to a Resilite Product concerning the application or scope of this Warranty will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and subject to the discretion of Resilite.




3-Year Guarantee on Vinyl-Coated Classic Mats.

All foam wrestling mats are subject to expansion and contraction due to environmental and physical conditions. Vinyl-coated mats are subject to shrinkage and, therefore, are oversized to compensate for such.


As a one-time offer on classic practice room mats, customers can add filler strips to their order as long as they do not trim or alter the foam. The filler strips are to be no larger than the 4% variance of the shrinkage. The customer is required to pay for the freight for the filler strips. Custom colors are not available for filler strips.


Vinyl mats must be taped between sections when in use.


A Note About Vinyl-Coated Mats

All foam wrestling mats are subject to expansion and contraction due to environmental and physical conditions. Vinyl-coated mats are subject to shrinkage; therefore, mats are oversized to compensate for this shrinkage. Resilite guarantees the mats to be within a +/- 4% tolerance.



3-Year Limited Guarantee on LiteWeight Mats, Zip Mats, and DigiPrint Mats.

Allowing tape to adhere to a mat for an extended period may damage the ink and top-coated mat surface. Coverage for ink and topcoat on all DigiPrinted mats is for one (1) year only. Using tape on the zip system will void the warranty.


DigiPrint mats must be rolled with the provided tube, or the warranty is voided.


1-Year Guarantee on Kwik-Stik Wall Padding and LiteWeight Wall Padding


1-Year Guarantee on Fabric Covered Mats, and Wainscot Wall Panels


Products Sold AS-IS on Website

This warranty does not apply to any product sold “as-is” on the website.  Such “as is” Products are sold at a reduced cost, and therefore no warranties cover these Products.  The items on the website are provided “as is” and without warranties - expressed or implied.




The guarantee stated above is valid only if the Product has been handled in full observance of the Care and Handling Instructions provided with each mat; has been subjected to standard usage for the purpose for which the mats were designed; has not been subject to vandalism, misuse, neglect, or accident; has not been subjected to addition or subtraction of pieces; and has not been modified or altered by persons other than Resilite or its designees in any respect which, in the judgment of Resilite, affects the condition or operation of the mats. 


This Warranty is void if the Product is improperly stored, assembled, altered and/or modified in any way.  The Product requires maintenance, and this warranty does not cover claims for damage or defects resulting from failure to maintain or improper maintenance, or any defects relating to poor or lack of preventive maintenance. This warranty does not cover cosmetic defects including, but not limited to, scratches, scuff marks, denting or compression from incorrect storage, marring, fading, discoloring, weathering, normal wear and tear, or damage due to neglect.







The duration of the warranty is measured from the original purchase date on the original invoice.  In the event a Product is repaired or replaced, the warranty period does not re-start.


No representation - oral or written - of any Resilite representative may be substituted for the terms and conditions set forth herein.


To the maximum extent permitted by law, Resilite shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind resulting from or relating to its Products or any of the terms and conditions of this warranty.


Under no circumstances shall Resilite’s liability in relation to this Warranty exceed the total value of the Product purchased by the customer.


Further, you agree that you are required to resolve any claim that you may have against Resilite relating to this Warranty on an individual basis in arbitration, and not as a class, collective, coordinated, consolidated, mass and/or representative action. You and Resilite are each waiving your right to a trial by jury. You are precluded from bringing any class, collective, coordinated, consolidated, mass and/or representative action against Resilite and from participating in or recovering relief in any current or future class, collective, coordinated, consolidated, mass and/or representative action brought against Resilite by another person. All disputes, claims, or controversies between You and Resilite shall be resolved only in individual arbitration. The parties expressly waive the right to have any dispute, claim, or controversy brought, heard, administered, resolved, or arbitrated as a class, collective, coordinated, consolidated, and/or representative action, and neither an arbitrator nor an arbitration provider shall have any authority to hear, arbitrate, or administer any class, collective, coordinated, consolidated, and/or representative action, or to award relief to anyone but the individual in arbitration. The parties also expressly waive the right to seek, recover, or obtain any non-individual relief. Notwithstanding anything else in this agreement, this Class Action Waiver does not prevent you or Resilite from participating in a class-wide, collective, and/or representative settlement of claims.


If any portion of this Warranty is deemed unenforceable or unlawful, such portions shall be severed, and severance of those portions shall have no impact whatsoever on the enforceability, applicability, or the validity of the remaining portions of the Warranty.


Resilite will continue to improve the design of mats available for your athletic needs. Therefore, we reserve the right to make substitutions or change specifications without notice when, in our opinion, these changes will benefit the customer. Any change in Resilite’s published specifications will not affect Resilite’s Guarantee.




Warranty claims must be accompanied by proof of purchase.  Claims must be in writing and include photographic documentation of the claimed defect.  To submit a claim, under the terms of the warranty, the buyer must: provide a written statement of the claim, a copy of the original invoice, and supporting photographic evidence to assist Resilite with evaluating the claim. Send all three items noted above to: warranty@resilite.com. Under no circumstance should a mat be returned without written permission from Resilite.


Resilite will examine each claim on a case-by-case basis and in its discretion address such alleged non-conformity, either by repairing the defective Products or a replacement


Loss or Damage in Transit with Public Carrier

If the customer arranges their own freight on the original invoice, customer will be responsible for the freight costs to and from the factory for any repairs or replacement Product under this warranty. In any event, under no circumstances shall Resilite cover freight charges outside the continental United States. The customer assumes risk of loss or damage during shipment if the customer arranges its own freight.   Resilite’s responsibility ends when the customer signs the bill of lading, which is our receipt that the shipment was complete and in good condition. It is the customer’s responsibility to check the number of pieces received against the number shown on the freight bill and our bill of lading. Note the freight bill with shortages or damage before it is signed.


If Resilite Sports Products, Inc. mistakenly listed a product at an incorrect price, Resilite reserves the right to refuse or cancel any such orders whether the order has been confirmed and your credit card has been charged. If the order has gone through on your credit card, Resilite will refund the entire amount of the incorrect prices.



Information for California Customers

Please Read This Information Carefully


Proposition 65 requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about significant exposures to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. These chemicals can be in the products that Californians purchase, in their homes or workplaces, or that are released into the environment. By requiring that this information be provided, Proposition 65 enables Californians to make informed decisions about their exposures to these chemicals.


Proposition 65 also prohibits California businesses from knowingly discharging significant amounts of listed chemicals into sources of drinking water.


Proposition 65 requires California to publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This list, which must be updated at least once a year, has grown to include approximately 900 chemicals since it was first published in 1987.


Two requirements of Proposition 65 are:

  • Each year, California's Governor must publish a list of substances determined by the state to cause cancer, birth defects and other reproductive harm. Nearly 900 chemicals are currently listed.
  • Any entity doing business in California and/or selling products to California residents must provide buyers of products containing any listed chemical with a "clear and reasonable warning" before knowingly or intentionally exposing anyone to a listed chemical.


California Proposition 65 Warning

Under the safe harbor provisions of the regulations, warnings are required for purchases made over the internet following the methods in Section 25602(b). Warnings must be provided to the consumer prior to completing the purchase, and a warning must be provided via any one of the four methods for consumer products in Section 25602, subsections (a)(1)-(4). For a website warning, if a label is used for a product warning, a business may opt to provide a hyperlink to the warning, or a picture of the warning label used on the product. In addition, if an on-product (short-form) warning is provided on the product label, the website warning may use the same content.


A “short-form” warning may be provided on a product in accordance with Section 25602(a)(4). This section requires that the entire warning be in a type size no smaller than the largest type size used for other “consumer information” on the product, and in any case the warning must not be in a type size smaller than 6-point type. “Consumer information” is defined in Section 25600.1(c), and includes warnings, directions for use, ingredient lists, and nutritional information, but does not include the brand name, product name, company name, location of manufacture, or product advertising.


“In accordance with Section 25602(a)(1-4) and (b) of California Proposition 65, please be advised of the following:


WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


With some exceptions, the warning symbol is a required element of safe harbor warning content.  The symbol consists of a black exclamation point in a yellow equilateral triangle with a bold, black outline.  The symbol must be placed to the left of the text of the warning in a size no smaller than the height of the word “WARNING”.  If the sign, label, or shelf tag for the product is not printed using the color yellow, the symbol may be provided in black and white.  Businesses may download the symbols provided below for use in Proposition 65 warnings.  A business wishing to provide a safe harbor warning must meet all applicable requirements of the Article 6 Clear and Reasonable Warnings regulations.


If a warning is placed on a product label or posted or distributed at a workplace, a business, or in rental housing, the business issuing the warning is aware or believes that it is exposing individuals to one or more listed chemicals.


By law, a warning must be given for listed chemicals unless the exposure is low enough to pose no significant risk of cancer or is significantly below levels observed to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.


A warning of this type is also required for such commonly used products as these:

  • Goods made of or containing leather, vinyl, foam, plastics and other synthetics
  • Glassware, ceramics, and tableware
  • Batteries and/or products containing batteries
  • Beauty and personal hygiene products (including first-aid kits and lotions)
  • Medicines, alcohol and even fish


More About Proposition 65

Proposition 65 is unique in several ways. Unlike California regulatory statute AB 1108 or federal regulations imposed by the US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CSPSIA), Proposition 65 does not restrict or regulate sale of goods containing listed chemicals. Nor does it apply only to products used by children or to care for children. Proposition 65 warnings must be provided to California residents of every age. While this law does specify maximum permitted "safe harbor" limits for listed substances, there are no corresponding minimum amounts. Any detectable amount of a listed substance requires sellers to warn consumers against the risk of possible exposure. Proposition 65 lists only four of six phthalates regulated by AB 1108 and CPSIA (DEHP, DBP, BBP and DIDP). One additional phthalate (DnHP) not regulated by CPSIA or California AB 1108 is listed under Proposition 65:


Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) | PHTHALATE REGULATION

Dear Customer:

The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) was enacted on August 14, 2008. This law prompted new testing procedures and requirements for children's toys and childcare articles. The new CPSIA uses the standard ASTM F963 as a determining basis for the definition of a "children's toy" or "childcare article". The purpose of the CPSIA law is to ensure that children are not exposed to lead and certain phthalates while playing, sleeping, or eating. Currently sporting goods, camping goods, playground equipment, and athletic equipment are excluded from the CPSIA and are not considered children's toys unless such products are toy versions.


Phthalates-a family of chemicals that make plastics soft and pliable-are commonly used in the manufacture of PVC vinyl material. A wide spectrum of products is fabricated from PVC vinyl including furniture, shoes, purses, toys, bags, baby bibs, sporting equipment and hand tools.


Both federal (CPSIA) and California (AB1108) law limit the amount of certain phthalates that can be used in children’s toys and childcare items.


A children’s toy is a product designed or intended by the manufacturer to be used by children when they play. A child-care article is defined as a product designed or intended by the manufacturer to facilitate sleep, relaxation, or the feeding of children, or to help children with sucking or teething.


Toys used by children younger than 3 years old or that may possibly be placed in a child’s mouth-as well as all child-care items--must not contain phthalates known as BBP, DBP, DEHP, DnOP, DINP or DIDP in concentrations greater than 0.1%.


Resilite Sports Products, Inc., a leading athletic mat and protective padding manufacturer, designs and produces athletic training products for a variety of ages. Resilite's products are designed as commercial, gym-quality products and are not toys or toy versions of athletic equipment, nor are they sold for use during unsupervised play by children.


Although our products are not designed as toys, we realize they may be used by a variety of ages and skill levels. Resilite's 18oz. vinyl fabric used in a variety of products is formulated to meet the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Act of 2008, Sections 101 and 108.


The vinyl used in these products does not contain lead compounds, nor do they contain any of the six phthalate compounds listed in the Act (BBP, DBP, DEHP, DnOP, DINP or DIDP) more than 0.1%.


For more information about Proposition 65 and its current complete substance list, contact OEHHA's Proposition 65 program at (916) 445-6900 or visit http://www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65.html.



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