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3' x 3' Practice Dance Floor

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Product Highlights
  • Easy to assemble and disassemble.
  • Great for practicing tap dancing.
  • 12 year warranty.

  • Easy to assemble and disassemble.
  • Great for practicing tap dancing.
  • 12 year warranty.
  • Consists of 1 - 3' x 3' tile and 12 edge pieces.
  • Eases impact on your limbs and joints.
Description - Hone your skills while at home or on the road with our 3' x 3' Personal Dance Floor Kit. This kit consists of 1 - 3' x 3' tile and 12 edge pieces making assembly and disassembly a breeze. Easily connect multiple panels then add the edging to create a larger finished dance floor. Delivering great “sound” for tap dancing and easy to clean and maintain, makes this the perfect practice floor for any dancer. The all-weather, smooth vinyl surface is specially engineered to handle the elements both indoors and out. Additionally, the Practice Dance Floor is 100% waterproof, making it perfectly suited to hold up to rain, snow, sleet, the works! Backed by a 12-year warranty.
Material - Manufactured with high-grade polypropylene and a vinyl top surface.
Tile Size - 3' x 3'
Thickness - 1/2"
Weight - 18 lbs/tile
Recommended Uses - Our 3' x 3' Practice Dance Floor Kit is the perfect practice floor for any dance student and is commonly used as a practice dance floor for tap dancing, as a home dance floor, as flooring for folk dancing, for clogging and much more.

In Stock - Ships between Sep 22 - 23

3' x 3' Practice Dance Floor interlocking tile kits are easy to maintain. Cleaning of these multiuse tiles typically includes:
  • Vacuuming or sweeping any loose crumbs, dust, or debris from the modular tiles when necessary.
  • Hose off or damp mop the floor tiles with a mild soap and water mixture for tough or caked on dirt and/or stains.
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will it work on carpet for pointe work?
We have had customers use this on carpet for pointe.
For the 3' x 3' practice dance floor tiles, would these need a sub floor if put on concrete, or is it recommended? It would be for ballet practice
Edward Dewey
You can use this directly on concrete if you'd like to or you can put down a rubber of foam underlayment for added support/cushion.
What is on the back of this floor? I have ceramic tiles in my house. Will this floor damage my tile floor?
The back side of the tiles are hard plastic, it would not damage ceramic tile.
Can you buy 2 or more and then connect them together to make a larger dance board area?
Nickie Corey
Yes you can.
Can you make it 2x4 for a narrower space?
This product only comes in 3x3 sizing but you can choose one of our dance tile products to customize your own space.

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Self-installed in bonus room
ALEX WELLS from Portland, OR wrote...
I purchased two of these, pretty simple to click together, nice 3x3 large plastic/vinyl (I don't really know, just not wood) tile. Comes with the black border you click on. I have mine on top of carpet, the carpet has rubber padding, so resulting dance floor was a bit squishy (for a large adult), but works great for my 11 year old practicing her tap dancing. Pros: Large single tile, easy to put together, visually appealing Cons: not actual wood, a little spongy ontop of carpet (probably be just about right on a hard surface.
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Angela M S from Apple Valley, CA wrote...
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Self-installed in Family Room
Anonymous from Annandale, VA wrote...
When you can't dance ballet at the studio - this is a great option! The ability to add tiles & increase the size of the floor is helpful - and as it can be just 3x3 it can be moved. When set on a rug, it gives the right firm support while also providing spring (beneficial when doing point). It does take a little work to get them connected - but you also don't want the to separate, which they do not! When connecting there is a slight sag at the seems, but as long as mindful of this it is perfectly fine. We started with 1 square; 2 are great for allowing increased dance movement while managing space; but we are now at 4 squares for 6x6 flooring! An excellent choice for the Covid months of dance at home!
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