Covercraft Cargo Area Liner Customer Reviews
24 Customer Reviews
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Your SUV faces a constant barrage of loading and unloading. And, all those toys, tools, groceries, gardening supplies and who-knows-what-else can make any cargo area look more like Area 51. So, protect your cargo area from everyday damage (and government cover-ups) with a Covercraft Cargo Area Liner.
Covering your cargo area is just the beginning—the Covercraft Cargo Liner also blocks the back of your rear seats. In fact, it attaches right to your rear seat headrests. And, to keep the dirtiest dirt and the wettest water at bay, your Covercraft cargo cover is crafted from waterproof, urethane-coated polyester fabric.
Made specifically for your vehicle’s cargo hold, the Cargo Are Liner boasts a perfect fit. Rugged, integrated tie-downs secure the liner to factory D-rings, so install and removal is a cinch. And, Covercraft backs your Cargo Area Liner with a 90-day warranty.
24 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Keith G (LAKE OSWEGO, OR) Reviewed for a 2009 Lexus LX 570 — Nov 09, 2013 5:19 PM
Hoped this would more "substantial". It's really thin (think of a vinyl toaster cover) and I have serious doubts it will really protect the back cargo area from some of the uses I give my SUV. I load barbecue and other "tailgate party" equipment regularly and can only hope this will somehow protect the backside of he middle seats.
Reviewed by John H (Wilmington, DE) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Acadia — Oct 29, 2013 10:27 PM
I needed something to protect my interior from all my work cargo. Not only does it protect the carpet, it is easy to clean and makes the cargo easier to get out. And it fits my vehicle like a glove.
Reviewed by ANITA R (Center Valley, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota RAV4 — Oct 29, 2013 3:23 AM
I loved the idea of a cargo area cover that would protect the back of my seats and still allow the split. I had to return for a number of problems: 1.First and foremost, My Swiss Mtn Dog slid like she was on ice. 2. The 60/40 split for the back seat was reversed so I would not have been able to use that feature. 3. The fit was good, but not sure how well it would have been as a water barrier. I would have had to purchase a Weather Tech or some other sturdy type waterproof mat to use with it.
Reviewed by Mike L (FRISCO, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Expedition — Sep 30, 2013 8:47 PM
I bought both this and the CanvasBack in order to compare them. This one is not as easy to put on and it doesn't fit as snug -- you tie it to the headrests, whereas the CanvasBack fits all the way around with Velcro. This just has Velcro in select locations. I also like the CanvasBack's zipper to split for the back seat. The one feature that I liked better on this one is the bumper protector. Both fit my 2013 Expedition EL nicely.
Reviewed by Scott M (Canandaigua, NY) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Escape — Sep 05, 2013 5:21 AM
At first I wasn't sure that this was what I really wanted but I installed it to see and it fits perfectly and protects the entire area. I really like the fact that it is easy to adjust regardless of how you have the seats set.
Reviewed by christine g (NEW PALTZ, NY) — Aug 25, 2013 12:47 PM
Some reviews said the liner was missing straps but mine had them where needed. It is a slippery material as noted in other reviews but today my dog dripped water on it and it beaded up great! it will definitely help me keep my cargo area clean and functional and I think it is a good buy!
Reviewed by Katherine Z (Ingleside, IL) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota RAV4 — Aug 25, 2013 6:31 AM
Fit is okay install is lame, a couple of strings to hold it in place. With the seats laying down there is no way to hold cover to shape of seat. Allowing it to ride up and expose the most vulnerable part of the interior to the elements.
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Asked by Ryan C
Mar 13, 2013 2:01 PM
2008 Ford Escape
Hello, If I put this product in the washing machine with clothes detergent will it damage it? Thank you
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 18, 2013 6:15 PM
Hi Ryan, I would recommend hand-washing. Laundry detergent will be fine though.flag Accept Answer