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Old 09-22-2013, 11:24 PM
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I don't know what color you have but i have the black ones. Pressure washer with some some then rinse and trying with a power dryer thing at the car wash and they were good as new.
Where are they located? In the bed of your truck?

You absolutely should never have to pressure wash mats with the finish of Weather Techs.

Dirt and debris - even caked in - will remove with a good APC and hose rinse.
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They put down crushed concrete on the road/parking lot at my work. Besides the God-awful dust it creates, when it rains I get this mucky concrete slop on my weathertech mats. I have found that good old Dawn dish washing soap and a sturdy little hand brush clean them up good as new.
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Simple Green is the best thing I've found to clean the Weathertech floor liners with.
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Mine are black I had run into the same problem with remaning dirty. Scrub brush, simple green, pressure washer work... Followed by some sort of vinal protectant to keep them from drying out.
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Be careful of some of the popular "coatings" people use as it might make them realllllllly slick.
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