etrailer Floor Mats Review - 2020 Chevrolet Traverse

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Review of the etrailer Floor Mats on a 2020 Chevrolet Traverse


What's up everybody. It's AJ with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to be checking out the etrailer cargo area protector on our 2020 Chevrolet Traverse. It's going to be a great way to cover up the rear of your vehicle, then it'll keep it nice and clean.Now, this one actually has the factory mats underneath it already, which are great and those work out pretty well. But, what they don't cover up, is the bumper here. So this is good for if you have pets that are going to ride back here and hang out.

When they go to jump up there, they can't scratch up the bumper because this is going to protect it. They don't normally have that protection with their factory mats in there, so that's a very important thing that this cover will offer in addition to the cover you already have.The other thing this is good for is if you're coming back from the beach or you've got snowy items or dirty items, you can throw them back in here. The dirt and mess stay on this cover, that way you can just take it right back off, throw it out there, throw it in the wash, dry it. It's all good. You don't have to worry about taking these rubber mats out, spray them down with the hose.

Scraping them, trying to get that stuff off and out of there. It's way easier to just take this off, shake it out and leave the mess outside.Now it comes in three different sections. This one's a little bit lower because if we lower these seats, we can put it on the front seats or the middle row, but it works on this back row as well. So that's why there's little extra hang over on your Traverse. So I'll go ahead and take off the first one.

It's got three strips of hook and loop. I'm sorry, this one has two. That way you can remove that and fold it up. You do the same thing with the bigger center section. This one is the one that has three.

Do the same thing, fold this one up.And now, the final one that protects the backseat area here. You can see how it attaches. It's got these loops that just go around the headrest. It's that easy to remove it or put it on. You can also fold it up. So that way you can kind of set it up when you know you're going to the beach or going skiing or something like that. You can set this up, where the mess can stay in there and when you're not using it, you can easily just put it in your compartment down here. Out of sight, out of mind.Well, thanks for hanging out. I hope this helped.


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