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What is the best way to clean these all weather floor mats that came with the GMC AT4?  I have always had carpet floor mats in my trucks.  Just take them out to the car wash and hit them with the high pressure hose?  Sorry for the ignorance.  Thanks for the replies in advance!

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8 minutes ago, fuelsrock said:

What is the best way to clean these all weather floor mats that came with the GMC AT4?  I have always had carpet floor mats in my trucks.  Just take them out to the car wash and hit them with the high pressure hose?  Sorry for the ignorance.  Thanks for the replies in advance!

I have been using a power washer at my local DIY car wash

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Wand power wash with soap at the car wash followed by spot-free rinse and air dry.  That way is WAY better than Meguiars vinyl/rubber cleaner spray as recommended by WeatherTech and others.  

Edited by MaverickZ71

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The Husky liners recommend not to use soaps, it dries out the rubber.

 

They like products like Windex to be used, which I have done and works well. Sure the factory ones would be similar for cleaning them.

Edited by JimCost2014

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I used a short broom to push away the dirt

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I just used water and a cleaning mitt to get the dirt off. They turned out almost like new.

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If they are nasty, some all purpose cleaner like Adams APC works wonders. 

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I use whatever car wash that I'm washing the truck with.. Stiff brush.. quick scrub, rinse, dry, done.

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Don't over-complicate it. Just shop vac them off, then get some warm Dawn soapy water and wipe them off. They'll look brand new. Why bother removing them at all? 

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