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Old 12-03-2013, 10:24 AM   #1
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Best winter floor mats?

I live in Michigan and we are about to be seeing lots of snow I'm assuming. So I've been looking at some of the winter floor mats. Obviously Weather Tech and Husky Liner comes to mind. They're expensive but I don't mind if they're worth it. Any other recommendations? Im not planning on spilling anything in the car, though no one ever does, I would like good protection from obviously melting snow, mud dirt etc etc....

Custom fit mats are important to be because I've had universals and they inevitably end up sliding all over the place....though if they're rubber maybe they wont be as bad....

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Old 12-03-2013, 03:20 PM   #2
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I only ever used newspaper and Pantsaver Universal mats in my Honda in the winter time
any moisture that escaped the mat got picked up by the newspaper
You can change the paper once a week and it will keep the carpet looking new
My Honda was 12yrs old and the carpet had never been shampooed because it never needed it

I ordered the Weathertech for my Focus and as stated dead pedal cover is lacking

I ended up with Husky because the cover the dead pedal better
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I have weathertechs and they don't really fit very well at all. So now I use dead kittens to soak up excess moisture. They work well and are soft and fuzzy on bare
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