Welcome to Mats4Less, a seller of custom car mats, truck mats, auto floor mats, cargo liners, cargo mats, floor liners, personalized floor mats and replacement carpet by brands like Weathertech, Nifty Catch All,
Hexomat, Husky Liner, Novline and Carbox.
If you want mats for less, you have come to the right place. We also carry a large selection of all weather floormats, auto floor mats rubber,
car mats, logo
floor mats, cargo liners and auto floor mats carpet. You can also find custom car floor mats and truck floor liners. Choose from
all weather mats and floor liners that simply hose off, carpeted
car and truck mats with a deep pile, cups and ridges that catch anything
your passenger's feet may drag in, clear vinyl floor mats that let your
factory interior colors show through, or lower profile car floor mats for
a different look. For most of our floor mats and floor liners, we have
all of your seating rows protected.
floor mat type (all weather floor mats, personalized and embroidered floormat, logo floor mats etc) or by brand Nifty Floor Mats, Carbox, WeatherTech, etc), or by vehicle.
You will find our vehicle floor mats for cars, trucks and vans. With
so many different car mats and liners, you might think it’s
difficult to know what kind is right for you. We at Mats4Less have
categorized our different mats, so picking the right type of
floor protection is straightforward.
Husky Liner is the originator of the custom molded floor liner. Choose from their deep grooved floor mats, custom molded floor liners or molded rear cargo liners. These Husky Liners, Husky classic floor mat, Husky X-act Floor Liners, WeatherBeater mats and cargo liners will provide you with years of protection for your car carpet. Easy washing with soap and water will keep your Husky Liner looking like new.
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When you want to clean the floor of your car, you can just take the car mats out and vacuum them.
When you spill your coffee, it won't leave a stain on your car's original floor liner.
If your teenage daughter spills her nail polish, it will spill on the mat instead of the car.
Floor mats for cars help keep the floor liner from wearing down.
It's much easier to replace the truck mat, than to replace the entire truck.
Having auto floor mats will give your car a better resale value.
Auto mats have many different styles and designs to choose from.
You can buy custom car mats to give your car the special feel you want it to have.
You can buy automotive mats that fit the size and shape of the floor of your car.
How to Clean the Mats in your Vehicle
It doesn't matter whether they are plastic, rubber or carpet mats, you always start by carefully taking the mats out of the vehicle. Try not to spill any of the dirt or debris as you remove the mats so you don't make a bigger mess for yourself inside the vehicle.
Start by vacuuming the mats. This will remove any dirt that can get lodged in the mat during the cleaning process. Use as powerful of a vacuum as you have available. Many mats are made with dense carpet and dirt can be trapped deep inside of it.
If have rubber or plastic mats, you will next take a bucket of warm or hot water and put some common detergent in it. These mats will take anything. Get a nice soft fiber brush and aggressively rub down the mat. This should remove any dirt or spill from the rubber finish. If you have sticky stuff on the mat, get some vegetable oil to start. This will take away most sticky things. If that doesn't work try Goo Gone. If you have paint or other more permanent discoloration you can always use terpentine to see if that will take it off. Sometimes you have to live with the discoloration because the cure will look worse than the problem.
If you have carpet mats, you will need to also get a carpet cleaner. Yes, the same stuff you use in your home. There are many kinds. Some require you to mix them and then apply the mixture to the mats. Others are foamy and all you do is vacuum off the dried residue. Treat your car carpet just like the carpet in your house. They are the same materials. If you have sticky stuff use the same procedure mentioned in #2 above.
The last thing you need to do is properly dry the mats before you put them back into the vehicle. If you put wet mats back into your vehicle, they can mildew and make an awful odor inside. This is especially true in the warmer parts of the country or during the Summer months. Hang your mats to let them dry. Don't forget to turn them over. It is just as important to dry the bottom as it is to dry the top.
If after you clean your mats they are no longer good enough for your ride, check you some replacement mats in our web store, Mats4Less.com.