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    Weathertech Floor Liners

    It has been a hard winter for my black floor liners and I looking to bring then back to life. I know I could use any interior care product but obviously I would need something that does not leave a slick surface. Any suggestions?

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    APC or APC+ workgreat every time.
    It will clean them well and no slippery surface

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    Well I was going to clean them with APC and a stiff brush, I just wasn't sure what kind of "finish" it would leave.

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    I have 4 sets of weathertechs and I use APC+ at 10:1 on them (4:1 if they get a little greasy). Works great. Do not use Super Degreaser at 4:1 or Fantastic. They are a bit strong and tend to dry them out and cause cracking. I've never tried APC. To get rid of the chalky appearance without making them slippery I have used 40; spray it on a rag and work it in, wipe off the excess let it dry and follow with a wipedown from a microfiber soaked in hot water and wrung. QID also works great for a light wipedown after cleaning.

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    I used APC on mine after this winter and they look like you just took them out of the box.

    I also use APC on the rubber floor in my truck, keeps it looking like new. All at 10:1 ratio.

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    good thread, i gotta try to restore my driver side!

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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    My biggest complaint about WeatherTech Floor Liners is they don't make them for my truck!!
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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    kudos for a a tacoma with weathertechs! ive always wanted some for my truck but couldnt justify the price... ill let the gf get em for me for xmas hahah...
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    Re: Weathertech Floor Liners

    I know the thread is over a year old, but 2 thumbs up for WeatherTech liners.

    I clean with APC 1:10 in the spring, and to make them look brandy new just did a final spray n' wipe with Hyper Dressing.

    After a new England winter, now they look like new!

    See my thread in the "Show your Detailing Work" section:
    http://meguiarsonline.com/forums/showthread.php?t=50880
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