How to Clean All-Weather Floor Mats in 6 Steps

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Cleaning All-Weather Mats

If it’s just a bit of dirt, or a minor spill, of course they can just be vacuumed out or hosed off like anything else. However if things get really bad, here’s what you need to do in order to get your mats looking great again:

How to Clean Your Car Floor Mats

  1. Remove your all-weather floor mats by unhooking them from the floor (if applicable). The hooks or snaps are usually located at the corners of the mats. If your floor mats don’t have hooks, just lift up and out.
  2. If you’re at home, simply lay the mats (face-up) on the ground. If you’re at a DIY carwash, most have heavy-duty clips on the wall to hang up your floor mats.
  3. Wet the mats then apply a mild or car-specific detergent, such as Griot’s Garage Car Wash Soap, to the mats
  4. Rinse with a high-pressure hose. If there’s leftover residue, use a medium-length bristled brush to clean it off.
  5. It’s best to allow the rubber floor mats to air-dry, but if you’re in a rush, a microfiber towel is perfect for absorbing any excess water.
  6. Return the mats to your vehicle and re-attach to the floor (if applicable).
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AutoAnything Select All Weather floor matsBuilt out of tough thermoplastic olefin or TPO, All-Weather Liners resist dirt, abuse, and cracks. Easily removable and cleanable, these American-made liners also feature a raised ridge that extends all the way to your vehicle’s door jamb. Your AutoAnything SELECT Weather Shield All-Weather Floor Liners are covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.


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Garrett Davis
Garrett has something of a sickness when it comes to cars, working on everything from Jeeps, to sports cars, to over-engineered German nightmares. Currently he is embroiled in an Audi Allroad offroad project, and is slowly losing his grasp on sanity.

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