Front floor mats

Discussion in 'Gen 4 Prius Main Forum' started by Blueeyedme, Oct 19, 2020.

  1. Blueeyedme

    Blueeyedme Junior Member

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    The passenger side (OEM) front all weather floor mat slides all over the place. Has to be the thinnest all weather mats I have ever seen. I asked the dealer when I was in for service and they were clueless aside from telling me there were no tabs like on the drivers side...SHM. Looked at the Eagle Klaws and base carpet is not thick enough for the spikes. Any ideas on how to hold it into place? This is on a 2020 Limited. Thanks.
     
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    For the "rough" mat I keep in the boot, I've got some "sticky" fabric - I think I bought it from IKEA, designed to put under mats on slippery floors.
     
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    I have WeatherTech and they fit so well that they do not slip around. I do have a set of front and boot Toyota all-weather (rubber) mats for a Gen4 at a reasonable price, but for local pickup as they are bulky.
     
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    LoL....thank's. Yes, I have the OEM all weather. That's the problem. I am thinking sticky tape/velcro or something before I chuck these and go the WeatherTech route.
     
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    Yeah, but with sticky or velcro tape, you still have to anchor or hope it sticks to the carpeting. You would think that the fit should be perfectly snug.
     
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