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For vinyl floor, it doesn't have the clips to lock in, so we suggest you use the velcro tape to fix them if the floor mats slide a little bit.
Since the foor mats are pressed in the box for a long time, they will be slightly deformed, resulting in problems such as edge deformation, and gaps in the edge after installation. But don’t worry, just give it some time to lay flat and restore its resilience. If necessary, you can manually fold it in the opposite direction of the fold.
Step 1, Remove from your Vehicle It’s quite common for car owners to do things quickly and conveniently. But, to really wash any floor mats, you need to remove them from the vehicle first.
Step 2, Remove Loose Debris from the Rubber Mats You can simply use your hands to shake them off, vacuum the ‘stuff’ off with a shop-vac, or even beat it with a stick.
Step 3, Pre-Rinse with Water After you’ve got a clean place to wash the floor mats, pre-rinse them with fresh water. This will help to remove debris that might be caked on, but loose enough for the high-pressure water to remove. The concept here is to gradually remove debris with each step – allowing the soap to clean the surface of the mats.
Step 4, Wash with Soap Using tons of suds, wash your rubber floor mats with your brush. The microfiber material with the noodle-like appearance is good for penetrating those small creases in rubber mats.
No need to get too aggressive with washing, as a good once-over should remove all dirt and stuck-on debris. When you’re done with the front, wash the back.
Step 5, Rinse them Off Using your handy-dandy garden hose, rinse off the floor mats completely. You don’t want any soap to stick to them, so plenty of water is best – on both sides.
Step 6, Dry with Air or Hang If you’re lucky enough to have an air compressor, attach the air chuck to the hose and blow them off. The key is to remove any standing water. This is especially important for those living in areas with heavy water – or water rich in calcium, to reduce water spots. If you don’t have a compressor, shake them off and dry with a towel initially. Then let it air dry by hanging in a clean area.