Cleaning rubber mats/cab floor lining.

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by savantuk, Aug 16, 2009.

  1. savantuk

    savantuk

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    A tip which you may find useful.....

    The cab floor of my Fiat Ducato (that is not covered by carpet) which was looking a bit dull and lifeless is now looking like new. I have in the past used 'back to black' silicone spray, but this, whilst looking good, has made the floor slick and slippery.

    I bought a can of 'tyre shine' from the Pound shop yesterday, and today have given the interior rubber a good coating..... spray on a goodly quantity, and then wipe of with a rag. The mats now look like new, with a dull sheen, which isn't at all slippery.

    Money well spent!!
     
  2. Spacerunner

    Spacerunner

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    FWIW

    Fiat sell a good cab mat for the X2/50 cab.

    Its blackish, waterproof and improves the look and feel of the cab floor. Its held in place by those carpet screws things, I had to unscrew the plastic sides of the seats to get the mat down properly. Also has a nice 'Ducato' logo embroidered on it.

    Costs about £35 from Fiat dealers accessory shops.
     
  3. roger buckley

    roger buckley

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    Thanks will try this !:Smile:

    Dirty floor mats from Northants !
     

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