Floor Liners for Custom Look

When it comes to the vehicle protection, it is always a good idea to think of the interior protection, as it’s way better to get the new floor liners in, than to replace the factory carpet. However, there is a variety of floor mats to choose among, so it is not that easy to select an aftermarket floor mat set. So we decided to help you with selection of the perfect floor area protection by pointing out the most crucial things about the aftermarket floor mats.

Protection. Floor liners have got raised edges and do not allow liquids, spills and dirt get on the factory carpeting by keeping everything inside. There are many brands, that offer such mats, including WeatherTech, Husky, 3D Maxpider, Smartliner and many others. Though, as rule, such mats look too commercial and rugged. Regular floor mats do not provide that level of protection and last significantly less, than floor liners. Though they look more natural in the vehicle’s interior.

Materials. Both floor mats and floor liners can be made of different materials. When selecting the floor mats for your vehicle. do not forget to make sure the liners or mats you select are non-toxic and safe to use. Make sure the product you will use every day does not have any materials that fall under the Prop 65, as this may lead to serious health problems in future. Here are the most popular floor mat and liner materials used in America:

  • rubber;
  • carpet;
  • plastic;
  • thermoplastic.

Appearance. Many car owners compromise between looks and protection, as the floor liners that provide the maximum protection, as a rule. look too commercial, especially in classic vehicles, sports cars and luxury cars, trucks and SUVs. Though, there are floor liners that do not look too rugged, and it is 3D MAXpider who makes them. They are available with both rubber and carpet upper layer and are made in 3 colors:

  1. black;
  2. beige;
  3. tan.

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