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April 29, 2014

WeatherTech Cargo Liners

by Anne Paddock

Cars don’t generally excite me and I barely know the difference between makes and models but there is one product for automobiles that makes me smile: cargo liners made by WeatherTech, an Illinois-based company specializing in floor mats and liners for cars, trucks, minivans, and SUV’s. WeatherTech cargo liners are custom designed, laser-measured liners made of thermoplastic elastomers (TPE) – a mix of plastic and rubber – which is wear resistant but flexible even under temperature extremes.

1969390_10151984850292601_1667353397_nWeatherTech cargo liners protect the carpet and the back of a vehicle from spills, dirt, pets, and debris all while looking like the perfect accessory. Made in the USA, WeatherTech liners come in three colors: tan, black, and grey, to complement virtually any interior color and are available for SUV’s, wagons, minivans, crossovers, and even, car trunks. Each cargo liner is custom molded for the make, model and year of your car, is easily installed (and easily removed for clean-ups), and has a skid-resistant surface. The liner also has a high outside lip to protect and preserve the cargo area and carpet.

1374801_10151659418307601_151008144_nDesigned, engineered, and manufactured with American-made tooling in the United States, the cargo liners come with a ten year guarantee on materials and workmanship. Quality and American-made…there’s no better cargo liner out there.

To purchase a WeatherTech liner, go to the company website: www.weathertech.com. Have three pieces of information available: Make, Year, and Model and click on the round button on the upper left that says “Start Here.” The company makes liners for more than 60 makes and for vehicles years 1974 – 2015. The price of the liners vary with most between $49.95 and $119.95, depending on the vehicle.

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