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Old 10-14-2008, 05:48 PM   #1
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trunk mat alt?

any one know of any good fixes for a new trunk mat on the zx3
mines compleetly shreaded and is now sheeding all this shit all over my trunk and conctantly slides around my subs


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try here :) Im ordering a whole new interior for my car from them pre molded
http://www.stockinteriors.com/items....d_Focus_Carpet
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hmm thats a nice idea but i was looking more for a DIY
but rep for the idea
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Guess you could do the hatch area like some do the back seat delete. Some wood and fabric is pretty diy. I'm doing my hatch this way when I do my back seat delete.
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You can get utility mats from Home Depot.....other places. Cut the thing carefully and you've got a nice mat for cheap....


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Old 10-15-2008, 02:46 AM   #6
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hmm thats a nice idea but i was looking more for a DIY
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heheh I tried unknowing you were wanting the DIY way LOL
yeah any heavy duty mat will do

only reason im ordering them from there is cuz the previous owner who abandoned it was a royal pig car smelled like dirty pits and wet dog.. I tried my hardest with about $70 in steam cleaner stuff now its a mishmash of med odor of pits small odor of wet dog and a massive knock ya back smell of steam cleaner deodorizer hehehehe back to the drawing board I guess for me

oh yeah can't forget the case of febreeze for the seats
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This is a really good idea. Might throw this stuff down when I do the seat delete. Primarily for the dogs going to the beach.

Feral, throw some fabric softner sheets under seats, in hatch area, anywhere near odor and leave it in car with closed windows. I've had awesome luck with it getting odors out. My sister told me about it when her kid threw up in the back seat.
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This is a really good idea. Might throw this stuff down when I do the seat delete. Primarily for the dogs going to the beach.

Feral, throw some fabric softner sheets under seats, in hatch area, anywhere near odor and leave it in car with closed windows. I've had awesome luck with it getting odors out. My sister told me about it when her kid threw up in the back seat.
Ohh you have NOOOOO idea how strong the smells are...

like I said there to the point when you open the door it knocks ya back

P.S. its a wagon

if I tried that I would have to do 4x full layer from front to back including the ceiling headliner
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i accually found some half inch thick rubber mats there good
and they made my subs hit harder
better than dinomat lol
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