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Old 10-16-2014, 09:16 AM   #1
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Traveling is always a good idea. You get onto the road, and if you don't keep your ride, there'* no knowing where you might be. Depending on where you live and what the weather is like year round, you may feel the necessity of the floor mats in your car. The best craftsman of WeatherTech manufactured the DigitalFit molded floor liners, which won't let the elements spoil your mood and carpeting of your truck!

These mats are designed to provide the interior of your vehicle with over all protection against fluids and debris. They shield your floor from damage and easy clean up. Digital laser measurements of interior surfaces offer a consistently perfect fit!

Find out more information about these digitalfit molded floor liners made by WeatherTech here.



For having kids and pets floor and cargo mats also could be a good idea. See more details about cargo liners created by WeatherTech for your vehicle here.


The floor mats are available in black, gray and tan.

You can read more information about WeatherTech at CARiD.com

What kind of floor mats do you have in your truck now?

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There is no doubt that wet boots and paws, spilled coffee or coke and dropped french fries with ketchup will leave ugly, long-lasting or even indelible mark on the carpet floor of your vehicle. Getting rid of these blemishes is a tricky process that requires all your diligence and cleaning skills. WeatherTech is always in the right place at the right time to cover your vehicle'* floor from any possible damage.



Check out this 'From your shoes to your vehicle'* floor' WeatherTech commercial, it will provide you with a perfect overview of these mats and give you a general idea on how these mats will work for your vehicle:


Shop WeatherTech products here: http://www.carid.com/weathertech/
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Ya WeatherTech mats/liners are good quality.
Got a complete set of digital fit liners for the 4x4 incl cargo liner.
When it comes to water or slush it stays well inside the digital liner. I have used a small towel in the rear of the liner, to keep things dry, so the water does not roll back & forth in there. Then when you are done for the day, pull the liner, dry it out and give it a quick wipe with the cloth/small towel & re-install them.
Now after 3 years, the black liners can easily fade in the sun and sure don't look like new. The only product I have found to restore the shine and make it look new again is Mother'* Back to Black. The liners now look just like new again, and easy to apply as required.

Unfortunately for the Park Ave, there were no digital fit (front mats) available. I resorted to the AVM mats, but are difficult to get clean after 2 years of use. Grease & Boot rubbing/slime looks bad.
The basic cleaners don't cut the grime anymore. As I believe these are rubber mats, I think a tire cleaner and a solid scrubbing with a brush, then powerwashing, should get em new looking again. Plan to try this soon in the future.
Does Weather Tech have any recommended cleaners for the rubber mats?

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WeatherTech actually makes their own cleaner intended for use with their liners and mats.
It quickly removes scuff marks, dirt, and stains without affecting the finish and quality of the surface material.

Check on our website by clicking on the picture below.

WeatherTech® 8LTC7K - TechCare™ FloorLiner™ and FloorMat Cleaner (Bottle with Refill)
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