Rubbertite Front Floor Mats
NOTE: Due to statewide closures in California, please expect at least a 30-day wait if you order certain Rubbertite Mats. We still have a few on our shelves that will ship today, select your desired mat from the drop-down menu to see if it is available now.
What colors do you have available?
We have floor mats available in black and tan.
What are those little holes in the mat? What do they do?
The manufacturer calls these "wells". The wells pool together dirt, mud, water, and etc. They make the mat extremely easy to clean as the dirt will go, mostly, in those wells making it easy to spray out and clean later.
I have to be careful about allergens. Could you tell me what this is made of?
A heavy-duty composite rubber. It should be non-reactive as it relates to you and your allergies unless you are allergic to rubber.
My allergies also make mold an issue. Regular carpet mats need to be cleaned up pretty quick because of my problems. Ideally, I'd like something very easy to clean. Are these mats easy to clean?
Yes. The little wells catch debris, dirt, water, and the alike which means that you just have to spray out the mats and dry them most of the time.
Is the fact that these are made of rubber also helpful? I read that rubber mats are better at resisting mold because they cannot soak up liquids.
You are correct. The rubber material cannot suck up liquids as easily as other types of mats. Most mats, especially stock versions, are usually made up of fabric which can absorb smells and liquids.
I hate dragging in dirt into my house. I bought a welcome mat so I could wipe off my feet before coming in and I want to do the same with these mats. I'm worried that they aren't textured enough, what do you think?
The wells located on the mat should provide an abrasive enough material to get the dirt, grime, snow, and other elements off your shoes.
I hate mats that move around and do not sit quite right in my vehicle. Is there something I can do to get a nice tight fit that will stay in place?
The manufacturer says that there are anchors included with the mats that should help to keep the product in place. A major plus because the mats will not be able to interfere with your ability to accelerate or brake.
I've been known to go to some pretty cold places. I want a front mat that will stand up in the colder weather. Is that this mat or should I look elsewhere?
The manufacturer says that this mat functions well even when subjected to sub-zero weather. We have not tried this but the manufacturer assures us this is the case.