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post #31 of 49 Old 03-27-2016, 08:55 AM
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The WT fit isn't always perfect as mentioned but very little gets past the side compared to the rubber mats. I can usually get by without having to remove the WT's for cleaning whereas with the rubber mats I have to remove them and clean the edge where everything gets by. The WT's are also better for spills.
Yup. Like I mentioned before, there is very little left to vacuum out of the carpet with the WT since not much makes it to the carpet.

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Really? I called my parts guy, gave him the part # and he said no problem.
I just checked the parts catalog and that number is not listed.

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WeatherTech are great quality and very functional and protective when you have wet or dirty shoes. Some may feel they are too much like you what you would put in a contractor's work truck used at a dusty construction site. Also good if you have kids spilling things on the floor.

I'm thinking of switching from WeatherTech to Lloyd's Luxe mats with 48oz weight carpet that's thicker and software than you get in most luxury cars and just being more careful with them.
I love my Lloyd's Luxe mats. The super black (I think that's the color) is a little darker than the carpet, so not a perfect match. But they feel great and maybe even quieted the car a little more.
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I love my Lloyd's Luxe mats. The super black (I think that's the color) is a little darker than the carpet, so not a perfect match. But they feel great and maybe even quieted the car a little more.
I wonder if Llyod's other black color (charcoal or ebony?) is a better match.
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I also have the same issue with the OEM Honda mats.
The sides are high but the front tapers down completely and does not prevent wet snow/slush from hitting the carpet.

I ended up buying the Weathertechs and like them better in this regard.

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post #36 of 49 Old 03-28-2016, 07:57 AM
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WT. 3rd Honda and 3rd set. They are not that slick and the fit front and rear are nice and tight. I have the soft rubber ones (All Weather) from WT in my Pilot and do not like how much the rear's move since they are 2 pieces. They also let a lot of salt and dirt get on the carpet by the door sill and over by the center console.

The digital fit WT in my 16 Accord are much better. I was a bit concerned when the rear came folded to fit in the box but it conformed to the contour of the carpet quickly and they stay nice and tight.

Pull them out as needed, hose off and scrub with a little soapy water to make them look like new.
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Wt for sure. I love mine.
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Got a set of honda rubber mats and the rear ones are always sliding forwards an inch or two.. even with the little carpet grippers. Guess I would try weathertech if I had another go. Need to see what I can do to get the bastids to stay put.
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Got a set of honda rubber mats and the rear ones are always sliding forwards an inch or two.. even with the little carpet grippers. Guess I would try weathertech if I had another go. Need to see what I can do to get the bastids to stay put.
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Got a set of honda rubber mats and the rear ones are always sliding forwards an inch or two.. even with the little carpet grippers. Guess I would try weathertech if I had another go. Need to see what I can do to get the bastids to stay put.
I recommend Husky, I got mine on sale at amazon for $96. The mat have sharp nibs underneath to prevent sliding.

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Got a set of honda rubber mats and the rear ones are always sliding forwards an inch or two.. even with the little carpet grippers. Guess I would try weathertech if I had another go. Need to see what I can do to get the bastids to stay put.
I recommend Husky, I got mine on sale at amazon for $96. The mat have sharp nibs underneath to prevent sliding.

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I can say the photos do it justice and fit very well! The nibs underneath prevent movement and the mats collected all the salt perfectly! Rinsed them with hot water and they look like new! These mats are cheaper than WTs but offer the same quality/protection if not better. I'll keep pushing them on anybody debating WTs as I once had the choice, and seeing my friends WTs in his Accord almost had me sold until I did some research!
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WeatherTech all day, I have ruined so many carpets with other stuff that says they are the same quality, I bought the WT for my 13 Accord and with a quick vacuum the car looked like it came off the lot again, ordered another set as soon as I ordered my 16 and since they are the same I now have a set for my wife's
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WTs are nice but aren't cut right and look like crap.
Sounds like you bought the wrong WTs for your car. Mine fit perfectly including around the trunk / gas door release pull / press switch.

Our winters are usually severe up here in Illinois including all the salt & grime that is brought in. I have the light gray mats & they are now over 2 years old. Holding up very well .

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I like my WeatherTech mats a lot. In a 7th gen car.

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