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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 11:41 AM Thread Starter
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Floor Liners

Looking to see what floor liners people are using. Husky 2nd row looks like it would trap all the garbage from falling into the tracks a little better than the Weathertech. I have no brand loyalty as I've used both in previous trucks with similar results. I was about to order but thought I'd post and see if I got any responses. Thanks in advance,

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-18-2017, 02:53 PM
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I personally wouldn't by Weather Tech again, hard to clean, I have the beige colour ones. I've emailed them, no help, even though I followed their recommendations to clean. Maybe Husky is the way to go. My two cents.

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I use the cloth mates in the summer. I buy the gm all weather mates in the winter or when traveling. Those mates that cover everything i know give full protection. I am old school, and remember cars and trucks that just had vinyl flooring. They were the cheap models. so no good for me.

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I have Weather Tech in my 2011 Enclave. Front, middle row, back row and the cargo area. Have nothing but positive results.


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Re: Floor Liners

Thanks for the input, seems to be about as all over the place as I assumed it would be. I have a kid who brings home half of the sandbox when I get her from school and a dog that likes to get into everything. Kel, is the beige the issue with it turning color or something else causing issues cleaning? I had black ones in a Trooper back in the day and was able to wash mud right off. I hear you Fcar, I had trucks with the vinyl floors and wish I had something that easy to clean again! I had a few where I took the carpet out so I could spray the interior with bed liner, not an option on my family hauler unfortunately. I will keep investigating for a few days before I pull the trigger.
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I have the Black Weathertech and they are fine, no problem cleaning etc. I just use them in the winter, and put the OEM ones back in for the summer.

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I was going to post photos of the weather tech in my Enclave. Took me forever to find the images. I have the gray one, as you can tell.

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Seeing your weather techs installed in the rear has me second guessing them, the Huskey liners cover the tracks so nothing can fall into them. I have to vacuum them out every couple weeks and would like to not worry about them getting gunked up. They look nice but may not accomplish what I am looking for.
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Seeing your weather techs installed in the rear has me second guessing them, the Huskey liners cover the tracks so nothing can fall into them. I have to vacuum them out every couple weeks and would like to not worry about them getting gunked up. They look nice but may not accomplish what I am looking for.
If you cover the tracks, how can you slide the seats?
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Seeing your weather techs installed in the rear has me second guessing them, the Huskey liners cover the tracks so nothing can fall into them. I have to vacuum them out every couple weeks and would like to not worry about them getting gunked up. They look nice but may not accomplish what I am looking for.
As was mentioned in the previous post. I guess you do not plan on sliding the seats back and forth. You could just lay a towel over the tracks, beneath where your child sits.

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