- What do you line your car boot/seats with?
Fluff and dust work well together.Posted 1 year ago
Leather seats so they wipe clean easy enough. Use a boot liner and mat, really good quality, impressed with it – I started a thread on these a while back if you’re looking for links
I often borrow a hatchback for bike trips, I stick a big blue tarp inside and the car has never got dirty as a resultPosted 1 year ago
I started a thread about this recently for a berlingo. Got boot liner with bumper flap off ebay, was fine but just too small. Cost £15, fits the wives wee car well. Seems “tarp” was a popular and cheap option.
Wanted fancy so priced up the custom ones with all the bells and whistles I wanted but couldn’t spend that much!
Boot Buddy £175
In the end went for a heavy duty tarp, rubber mats and waterproof seat covers with a bib type thing. Should cover me, or the car for all eventualities. Total cost £60Posted 1 year ago
bike on the roof in a lockable Thule rack, front wheel in a wheel bag, boot lined with thick old blanket that I can chuck wet/muddy gear onto. also have used IKEA bags on road trips for “stuff”Posted 1 year ago
I also have a 70l plastic bucket to drop all the wet stuff, bags and helmets into to stop them rolling about
Shower curtain in the boot. Cheap, waterproof and any colour you want.Posted 1 year ago
Got one for both cars, rubbery material, with a lip and waterproof, neat and tidy, seem to have them to fit most cars, and much cheaper (and better) than manufacturer one in my case (VW).Posted 1 year ago
Im thinking a Tarp cut to size and glued together might work now. Could maybe make a custom bike bag with that if its really dirty.Posted 1 year ago
Mud, lost sweets, all mixed deep into the seats with a generous topping of spilled drinks and the odd vom*
If I was bothered about the interior of my car, I’d just fold up a tarp as appropriate, with some old towels/sheets to protect metal bits from each other.
*actually I think almost all of this has landed on the mud mats in the footwells or been caught in an appropriate container so far.Posted 1 year ago
I use a picnic rug with a waterproof backing.
But are they actually waterproof or just water resistant? I used on on the backseats of my last car and put a wet tent ontop. The seats were soaked through when i got home.Posted 1 year ago
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