etrailer Cargo Area Protector Review - 2017 Honda CR-V

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Review of the etrailer Cargo Area Protector on a 2017 Honda CR-V

Rob: Hey everybody, it's Rob here at Today we're going to be taking a look at the etrailer cargo area protector on our 2017 Honda CRV. Most of us do have floor mats so we can protect the floor in our CRV and some of us do have cargo area protectors, but what really makes this one stand out is that it's a three piece design, so not only is it going to keep the floor protected, but it's also going to protect the back of our seats, because let's face it, behind there is just more carpet.So if we have a lot of gear back here, maybe it's messy, or maybe we even have pets back here, if the back seat isn't protected we're going to have to spend a whole lot of time cleaning that carpet and probably not have to worry about the floor.But the other thing that I really like about the etrailer cargo protector, again is it's a three piece design, so one piece will be on the back of the rear seat, the second piece is going to be on the floor, and then the third piece, you can actually drop out the back of our hatch and it'll keep the bumper area protected.A lot of times we have heavier gear, or maybe we went to the hardware store and we have a bag of mulch, rock or something like that, and when we go to take it out we don't want to scratch the bumper, so this is definitely going to help protect it, make sure we don't have any rub marks, or if something happens to fall out of the bag it's not going to fall directly on our vehicle.The cover is made out of a polyester material so it is going to do a really good job of repelling water, so you shouldn't have to worry too much about water seeping through and getting the carpet wet underneath. Now obviously if you've got a lot of dirty gear back here the protector itself is going to get dirty, not so much the carpet underneath or anything like that, so if you have a small mess you usually just get a wet rag, wipe it up. If you have a bigger mess you are probably going to want to remove it so you can clean all that stuff off.That's another big benefit of having a design like this. What I like to do, especially if you have a big mess right in the middle of the floor, I would suggest where you can kind of fold your cover over the mess, we can pull the straps off the headrest, cover it up.

It'll help contain all that dirt and debris inside the cover to where we can take it out in a nice neat little package and go clean up the mess elsewhere without having to worry about spilling everything inside.Then whenever you're done it does fold up into a decently small package that we could actually store underneath right by the spare tire so we'll have it ready for us whenever we do need to have some gear back here that may cause a potential mess.Again, I'm Rob here at That'll finish up your look at the etrailer rear cargo protector on our 2017 Honda CRV.

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