[DML] Re: Crease in DMCH floormats
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[DML] Re: Crease in DMCH floormats

One word, steam.  Rent a carpet steam cleaner and do your mats, and 
while your at it, why not do the rest of your carpet, and maybe if 
you have time some of the carpets in the house too.  Your local 
supermarket/hardware store should be able to rent you one, you will 
need an upholstry (sp?) attachment.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, ComposerZelgadis@xxxx wrote:
> Hi, all.  I bought some really nice new-style floormats from  
> dropped in my car, and the interior looked 10x better.   
Literally.  It's amazing 
> what some good floormats will do for a  car.
> Anyway, they have seen quite a bit of use as of late, as my car is 
a daily  
> driver.  Apparently, my driver side floormat got bent or jammed in 
the  wrong 
> position, or *something*... but I have a rather large crease 
going  sideways 
> across it, almost directly underneath my pedals.  I've tried  
shifting the 
> floormat around a little bit, but it keeps returning to its  
original position, and 
> it's interfering with my clutching and pedal work.
> My question is this: How does one go about and removing creases 
from these  
> floor mats?
> Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> William F.
> #1366
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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