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Intro-Tech Automotive All-Weather Cargo Liners

Protect your vehicle’s cargo area from the onslaught of mishaps trying to soil your carpets. Intro-Tech All Weather Cargo Liners catch any spill your kids or pets can dish out.
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I LOVE MY CARGO LINER

Reviewed By Marisa M (Tampa, FL) Reviewed for a 2015 Mazda CX-9 —8/28/2015 4:19 AM

My car is new and I didn't want to cover the back up, but the cargo liner just added beauty to my new car. Things don't slide around in the back, when we take our dogs there's no worry of accidents when giving them water. We love it so much, my husband made me buy one for his car!

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Match Made in Heaven

Reviewed By Rosemarie M (Granville, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Nissan Murano —6/18/2015 10:08 AM

Love, love these clear liners.They are a perfect fit! Plus they are inconspicuous and allow the color of the carpet to seamlessly blend with the overall interior. No clashing colors! They are cleverly made slightly larger than the original floor mats, thus keeping those edges protected and out of the way. Only one drawback...hence the 4 star rating. The plastic odor immediately overpowered the new car, leather smell of my 2015 Murano. I am considering removing them until they "air" out.

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Hexomat Cargo Liners

Reviewed By Irving Y (Tucson, AZ) Reviewed for a 2012 Nissan Xterra —8/26/2015 8:53 PM

Have only had them for a few days. They appear to be of good quality & fit. But of course They have not been tested...that will have to await a few trips with loading. Then we will see how they really work under loading with heavy gear that can be abrasive. Also, how easy will it be to slide some heavy stuff across them ?

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