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Anyone have suggestions for a good set of all weather floor mats? With the rainy fall and snowy winter coming I'd like to protect the carpeted floor mat that came with the car. Are the Ford all weather mats any good? I don't want to spend a fortune, but I'm willing to spend what I need to for something that looks good and protects the floor from the "gunk". I have that light charcoal cloth which is really more sand or tan looking to me than charcoal.
 

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I had the Ford all weather floormats in my last vehicle and they seem to be very good. I am going to order the ones for the fusion from ford this winter.
 

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I was just thinking about this, and I think i'm going to get the 4 black (interior match) rubber ones from partscheap.com. looks like they're only 60 bucks, and if they can hold up it's worth the cost.

I think I'm going to get the molded fusion mud-guards too. i've seen some pictures and they look pretty decent. I just hate the kickup after i spend 2 hours cleaning/waxing my car.
 

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I just received the Ford Fusion vinyl floor mats from Partscheap.com.  They are the medium stone color and cost $64.26 for a set of four.  They look better than I expected and are really sharp with the Fusion logo on the outside of both front mats.  To install them, you remove the existing carpeted mats and put these in their place.  Highly recommended.
 

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Thanks to all. Where did the Husky one's come from? I like the looks of them, but I'd like something with Fusion on it, too. Thanks for posting the picture. Any thoughts on the dealer applied fabric protection? I'm not seriously considering it, but I don't want the carpet ruined by the slush and gunk we get around here in winter. Is Scotchguard any good? I also like the look of the splashguards but I hate to drill into the wheel housing...did you install them or the dealer, and how much $?
 

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I bought the ones from partscheap also. From what they told me is that they are actually ford parts. They protect very well and it s nice to have the logo on them too. I have the medium stone interior and the top part of the dash is black and I jsut wish I bought the vlack floor mats instead of the stone ones. Just to be different.
 

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Thanks...do they match the interior well or are they off just enough that you wish you had the black mats? Can you post a photo? I have that medium stone interior and I love the two tone dash and trim, but the seats and carpet look pretty tan colored to my eye. Black would make a nice contrast and match the dash.
 

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i bought a set at wallmart and it ran me about $20 for all 4 mats, they fit fine just on the drivers front i needed to cut the mat around the foot rest. worked just fine
 

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They match pretty well. No complaints but they are made out of rubber and hold really fine dirt unless you really scrub them. Mine are starting to show some black dirt and its hard to get off. If I had the black ones it wouldn't show as much. I had to walk on new asphalt for about a week and it kinda starting wearing on my mats. I need to spray them down with a cleaner. like I said before I wish I had bought the black ones. Sorry about the pick but I don't have a digital camera yet.
 

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A question: I notice that the factory rubber mats are cut out around the footrest on the driver's side. Doesn't the carpet around the footrest get filthy from your shoe resting there? Any ideas on how to prevent this?
 

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I figured the same thing. my solution isn't a very pretty one, but my driver's footwell is spotless. I bought a set of crappy rubber "cut-to-fit" floormats from autozone. it was in the shape of a square bell, so instead of placing it so the top of the bell was under the pedals, I put the narrow part of it by the seat and have the entire area where I put my feet while driving protected. It's not the sexiest, but when i want to show off my car, i can just take out the hard rubber mat and it's **** and span.

inversely...if you wanted to use the rubber fusion mats, how about molding an extra bit to put around that footrest? don't ask me how to do that, but if you could do that, or even put some 3mil plastic down there on top of the footrest.
 
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I want to get rubber floor mats. But for the mean time. I got crappy ones. So whenever I see a stain on the carpet. I use this cleaner its almost like acid lol. But makes my interior look brand spanking new. It's like a sore dick, you can't beat it.
 

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what cleaner do you use?
 

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Damn those would be awesome to have, I just put my request in! A trunk one would be prime as well.
 

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I have the Huskey Liners that were in my Ranger in my Fusion. They fit perfectly. In the summer I just have some big black rubber ones I put in. Hell, I still have the "Dealer Must Remove" plastic from when it was new! I would like to go so something like a Weather Tech that I could leave in all year.
 
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