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    Best way to clean mats?

    Whats the best way to clean interior mats and freshen them up?

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    power washer but leave it till the summer comes in

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    One of our local garages has a mat vac. That works quite well. Its like a post box you put your mat in and it cleans both sides.

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    either use a wet vac or use some interior cleaner and scrub clean after hooving. can also use a pressure washer to deep clean. once cleaned leav on the floor in your house to dry out before refitting or the damp will cause lots of misting.
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    I beat mine, then hoover them, then clean any marks with a carpet cleaner a brush, and a towel
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    Carpet or rubber ones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    Carpet or rubber ones?
    Good point, missed that
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    hoover then washing machine...

    just throwing that idea out there!

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    They are carpet lol
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    power washer is the easiest way but like stigy said wait till summer
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