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Cleaning method for weather tech floor liners?


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Hey guys, what's the preferred method around here for effectivly cleaning and dressing weather tech floor liners without leaving a slippery or greasy finish. I've tried SVRT in the past but I got a complaint the liners became very slippery.

 

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On mine if they are really dirty they get APC and rinsed, I've put TID on and got a good dark look but still a bit slick when wet. Most of the time I just spray down with car shampoo and water mix, scrub and rinse.

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I only use mine in the winter but when I do clean them I am using wheel cleaner, (not Adam's)  (sorry guys).  I scrub them and hose them off and they look nice.  I don't "dress" them as I do not want anything that may become slippery.

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I hose my weather tech mats down, then spray some APC on the (the residual water from hosing them down usually dilutes the APC a bit) and scrub them with an undercarriage brush. They usually look pretty good and don't require any dressing to shine them up.

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I always used APC, but as mine have aged, 5-7 years old, they have really dulled.  So being picky about the looks I hit them with VRT, but yes its sorta slick for a few days but wears off soon.  We actually just upgraded mine and my wife vehicles and ordered new weathertechs for both rides.  I saw they offered a product to put on the mats, so I ordered it to try, mostly because it said it wasn't slick.  Thinking since our mats are new it may be a while before they start to look faded to really tell how nice the product works, but I'm hoping it protects them some from getting faded over time too.  Side note, I have tried in and out on the old ones, but seemed like a waste of product, but it did work nicely in the grooves.  

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I just used TRC last time I did them also and liked the results. Others may cringe, but when my truck will be at a show I sometimes hit the mats with In&Out afterwards. That's mainly because the truck is a DD, but it still needs to look great at shows.I'm just real careful with my shoes.

Bruce

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