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Old 10-15-2012, 08:17 PM   #151
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Thats good to know and very encouraging. Its is just a bit frustrating to buy something new and its condition not really be like new. Yes they are going to get trampled on and it might seem a bit silly to complain about it but they arent cheap and should arrive in new condition. Having said that, its their function that ultimately matters to me and your endorsement of them, as I said, is very encouraging.
Mine had a piece of paper protecting the mats from the sharp nibs, so no scratch issue for me. Maybe yours got tossed around more in shipping and the paper dislodged?
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Mine had a piece of paper protecting the mats from the sharp nibs, so no scratch issue for me. Maybe yours got tossed around more in shipping and the paper dislodged?
Mine had the piece of paper/thin cardboard separating the rear mats from the front ones. Some of the scrapes/marks are worse than the photos make them seem and to be honest look like more than simply scratches made by the sharp ribs of another mat rubbing against it in transit. But as was said by jdubhack they will get trampled in use so Im starting to think I should not worry about this so much.
I do have some concern about some creases around where the mat will cover the dead pedal area in case it affects the fit of the mats somehow, but I cant try it yet as my car is in having repairs and i wont get it back until maybe early next week.
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I like my husky mats, they do get scuffed up and whatnot but hey it is a floormat, it WILL get messed up.
It bothered me at first but I finally got that through my head and it's fine now
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Upset over scratches on a plastic floor mat, you've got to be kidding... right?
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This is how the drivers mat looks of my brand new, out of the box, Husky Liners looks (not been placed in car yet as its in the shop):-







When I emailed the retailer and sent them pictures of the marks and creasing , their reply was:
This appears to be a situation where the liner was either scuffed by a glove during the trimming process or by the box during the packaging or shipping process. Either way, this scuffing should wipe away fairly easily with windex and a clean rag.

The pictures are after cleaning them as suggested.
Looks like the liner is getting scuffed by the corrugate.. They need to add a liner/dunnage and run sufficient distribution testing to avoid this... It's crazy to think how important good packaging is when selling/shipping a product.
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Upset over scratches on a plastic floor mat, you've got to be kidding... right?
No kidding. Wait till you see how your dirty shoes will RUIN them!
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Mine had the piece of paper/thin cardboard separating the rear mats from the front ones. Some of the scrapes/marks are worse than the photos make them seem and to be honest look like more than simply scratches made by the sharp ribs of another mat rubbing against it in transit. But as was said by jdubhack they will get trampled in use so Im starting to think I should not worry about this so much.
I do have some concern about some creases around where the mat will cover the dead pedal area in case it affects the fit of the mats somehow, but I cant try it yet as my car is in having repairs and i wont get it back until maybe early next week.
Maybe I just got lucky, mine came in looking like they were right out of the factory. That being said, they're now filthy and scuffed, but still protecting my carpets.

Looking at my dead pedal makes me cringe thinking about what it would be after winter without my mats.
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Upset over scratches on a plastic floor mat, you've got to be kidding... right?
When they're brand new and said to be of high quality, nope definitely NOT kidding.
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No kidding. Wait till you see how your dirty shoes will RUIN them!
Dirt can be washed off, scratches on the other hand....
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Dirt can be washed off, scratches on the other hand....

Believe me .... your shoes are gonna do a lot more than get these mats dirty. They're gonna scratch the hell out of them. I have the Huskys in another car with 40K miles on it ... you take them out, wash them, hose them off, and wait until you see the scratches and scrapes they have.

You're making way too much out of this .... they're car mats .... and damn good ones that don't wear thru .... after a week's use they're gonna be all scratched up anyway.

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