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    Re: How to Restore Faded Rubber Car Mats

    I’ll second Solution Finish to restore any lost color.Maybe spraying it through a hobby air brush to not use as much. But to maintain them I also agree with Roger about using the weather tec cleaner and dressing.

    @Calendyr, I have Weather Tec mats in 3 of my vehicles and they all were over $200 a set. I know the Huskies are a little less but they’re not “ cheap” per se.

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    Re: How to Restore Faded Rubber Car Mats

    Quote Originally Posted by Eldorado2k View Post
    What about Weathertechs?
    Works for any kind of hard surface mats, Weathertech included. In fact weathertech's floormats are usually easier to clean than rubber ones.

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    Re: How to Restore Faded Rubber Car Mats

    Quote Originally Posted by fly07sti View Post
    I’ll second Solution Finish to restore any lost color.Maybe spraying it through a hobby air brush to not use as much. But to maintain them I also agree with Roger about using the weather tec cleaner and dressing.

    @Calendyr, I have Weather Tec mats in 3 of my vehicles and they all were over $200 a set. I know the Huskies are a little less but they’re not “ cheap” per se.
    I have never seen weathertech mats that needed it. But on those, sure, would probably do a good job. After doing it, I would suggest protecting them with either a ceramic coating or a durable sealant.

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