Originally posted by ldsbeaker@Jun 17 2005, 03:43 PM If you park your car in a garage, then get a couple pieces of cardboard and make a floormat sandwich. Then park on it for about a week. That should flatten them out.
get yourself some industrial rubber, the thin stuff they sell in sheets at Lowes or Home Depot, comes in rolls. Clean your existing mats... discussed above. You can use contact cement or industrial adhesive and glue the mats to the rubber. Use a utillity knife to cut out the mats. Now your mats will be clean and will never crease up, bunch-up or move because they are backed up with a plyable and water resistant material. I did mine and they work great. Seeing as I don'tdrive my car in the winter up here in SALT-VILLE Montreal I don't use after market mats you can but at WalMart.
Just my buck-tree-eighty...
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