Rear floor mats

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DJMCUK wrote: Fri Jan 12, 2024 4:33 pm Black self-tappers.

That'll do it.

;)
Haha very good! I’ve obviously just got mates with boisterous feet! Thank you all
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Might be worth trying self adhesive velcro.

Or tell your mates to control their feet :lol:
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ScotMac wrote: Fri Jan 12, 2024 7:24 pm Might be worth trying self adhesive velcro.

Or tell your mates to control their feet :lol:
Or buy a Cayman.. :)
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Or ditch the mats and provide "bags for dirty feet"..
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Col Lamb wrote: Thu Jan 11, 2024 9:14 pm
AllanG wrote: Thu Jan 11, 2024 8:47 pm My Porsche rear rubber mats have no fixings, but I don’t find they slide around when people travel in the back.
There is the answer.

Buy a full set of the rubber mats, I did, 7 years later they look like new.

I Jet was them out of the car of course and when dry I use Gtechniq tyre dressing on them, leave them in the garage overnight and refit.

Job done.


My original carpets are in the bag that the rubber floor mats came in and safely stored.


Same for me!
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