Available in 12", 18", 24", 29.5", and 35.5" sizes. Soft, squishy, and comfortable mat. Absorbs waste. Washable. Affordable. Helps to control humidity levels. Impressively moss-like material.
You may need to cut your Moss Mat to fit the floor of your terrarium.
Perfect for tiny terrariums. Reptiles cannot ingest this mat. Made from recycled plastic bottles. Easy to clean. Especially affordable. Soft and absorbent material. Easily cut down to size.
It would be nice if these petite Eco Carpets were available in alternate colors.
Available in 10 gallon, 15-20 gallon, 29 gallon, 30 gallon, 40-50 gallon, 55 gallon, 75 gallon, and 125 gallon sizes. Rolls out like carpet. Easy to clean. Highly absorbent liner. Helps reduce reptile waste odors. Low-maintenance.
Although you’ll probably have to cut this liner to size, it is easy to set up.
Available in 11", 17", 19.5", 23", 29.5", 35.5", and 47.5" sizes. Desert-like appearance. A fantastic soil alternative if you are concerned about accidental ingestion. Helps to control humidity levels. Easy to clean.
This is a pricier terrarium liner, but it is easier to clean and replace than real desert rocks and sand.
Made exclusively from recycled plastic. Large 50 gallon brown carpet liner. Effortlessly fits bigger terrariums. Easy to wash. Highly absorbent material. Plush and cozy reptile carpeting.
It is a shame that this extra-large carpet liner isn’t available in alternate colors.
There are so many reasons to consider placing a reptile carpet or liner in the bottom of your terrarium as you’re setting up your next tortoise, lizard, or snake’s home. For starters, reptile liners are far more hygienic than traditional substrate, much more comfortable on their feet and bodies, and cleaning a reptile carpet is a breeze when compared to digging out waste from a sandy or mossy mess. There are plenty of attractive reptile carpets and liners available to complement rainforest, desert, and whichever environment your terrarium is emulating. We highly recommend comparing different models to find the best model for your reptile’s housing needs.