etrailer Floor Mats Review - 2020 Subaru Forester

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Review of the etrailer Floor Mats on a 2020 Subaru Forester


AJ: 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 Subaru Forester. This is going to be an awesome way to make sure you keep the inside interior of your cargo area nice and clean. What I mean by is you're coming back from the beach, you throw your towels and beach stuff in here, the sand's going to fall on this and never even get to the interior of your vehicle. Same with if you're going to hike, you got muddy boots thrown in here. You go skiing you can throw that back here.

Whatever you got that's going to be messy you can throw it back here. Then you just take these loops off the back of the headrest, take it out, shake it out and leave that mess outside. It never gets in the vehicle, you don't have to vacuum a thing.Also, it's awesome for if you've got any pups, they're going to hop up in here and then they can walk around on this, it's not going to move around as they walk around and look over the seat to see what you're doing. Also, I like that it has an extra layer of protection on your bumper. So when they go to jump up their claws, aren't going to scratch the back bumper.

The threshold is even protected. I mean, that really helps when they're hopping up in there. You can have a floor mat like this in the back to protect the cargo, but it's not going to protect your bumper, it's not going to protect the threshold, it's still going to mark that up. So it's cool that this goes all the way over there, it keeps that protected.And it comes in three sections. So when you're driving down the road, I recommend go ahead and take then off the section that covers up the bumper.

And it attaches by hook and loop fasteners here. It's going to be the same for each one. So you can just take it off, fold it up, probably fold it up better than I did. And then the same with the main cargo area protector. You have three strips inaudible 00:01:50 loop.

And then finally the part that protects the back of the seat is another good thing that a normal floor mat doesn't cover, it doesn't protect that. So if your pup is jumping up, it's going to protect its claws here too, and make sure there's no damage to the back of your seats.All you got to do to take it on and put it off, just put these loops around the headdress. You just do that to disconnect it. Fold up this last section. And now it shows you how little space it actually takes up. All folded up you can put it in a side net if you have one of those. Doesn't look like on this Forester there is one, but you can lift where the spare tire compartments are, set it in there, out of sight, out of mind. That does it. I hope this helped.


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