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Old 04-25-2003
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what do you guys use in the summer for floormats?

winter mats year round?
the carpet ones that came with the car?
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I go with the OEM mats, I love the way they fit.
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I have been using the oem but my left heel is wearing a hole in the mat where the clutch is. I will have to get something or at least do something before it hits the carpet. I liked the mats in my '93 accord that had some tuff stuff in the heel area. Some strong carpet of some sort. My heel never wore through after 5 yrs and 150k..
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OEM Carpets, Dust is the only problem.
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i have oem mats and use a towel on top of them because i'm too lazy to clean them when they get dirty...
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I do the exact same as falken.
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ya i got that wearing thing going on to near the clutch. looks like ****. also, anyone got any ideas how to really clean them good. i try vaccumming them for ever and i never get all the grass and stuff off.
i also play volleyball quite a bit over the summer and i always find sand ground down in there. cant get it out.
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Shampoo them?
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throw them in the washer...works great for when they are really dirty (pre-treat first though)
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I bought some cheap heavy plastic ones for the winter and I put my OEM CIVIC ones back in in the summer....
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For floor mats, I have the neuspeed floor mats.


For cleaning I spray with simple green and foaming carpet cleaner then let it set for a few minutes. The I use simple green and water and a srcub brush to get the rest. hose off and let dry. I use an old tooth brush for the embroidered lettering. As for the worn foot spot I thinking of attaching a rubber foot reast to diamond plate.

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I have the OEM carpet mats but I also have the holes near the clutch and near the brake pedal. It is pretty sad that this has happened...the car only has 23,000 miles on it. I had a 94 civic before with 84k miles and I had the OEM floor mats...They were perfect.

Too clean the mats, I soak them with carpet cleaner, and scrub them with a brush....Then I either go over them with my LIttle Grean Machine(Carpet Cleaner) or I hose them off and let them dry in the sun. (That only works on hot days)
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I use the Civic factory rubber mats that came with my car.
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Yeah I bought the OEM all weather mats and work well for anytime of the year I have found
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well i have oem ones but during the winter i place some half rubber/half carpet ones on top of the oem ones. my factory ones looks brand new cause theyve never really been used. i bought them about 6 months ago off hondawerx. they didnt come with the car.

in the back i keep the oem in and nothing over them. no ever really rides in the back.
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