What might you be transporting in the boot of your car? Gardening paraphernalia... household bit and bobs... beach gear... sports kit... stuff for the recycling centre... the mother-in-law... dogs!
All these things (except the mother-in-law, bless her!) can leave their mark on your car's seats and fittings; protect your car with a huge, high-quality fabric protector - the market-leading Keep-Kleen car boot liner!
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This liner's got it covered!
Whatever the car, this liner has got it covered! The liner's universal fit means that it can be used in whatever vehicle you choose. Protects not only the floor of your car (as some smaller liners do) but also the fabric on the rear of the seats.
This protective liner can be fitted to cover either the boot/trunk space of estates and hatchbacks or the rear seats of any model of car.
The hard-wearing liner is neutrally-coloured; its flecked mid-grey upper surface is manufactured from a dense, strong, ribbed, cord-like material. The black backing is a non-woven, rubberised, odourless (I've just been pressing my nose against one trying to smell rubber - not a trace!), breathable, anti-slip material. The liner is extremely well-finished using a heavy-duty black edging material.
Stow away when not required
When not in use the boot liner doesn't have to be removed from the car; leave the clips in place and stow the liner behind the rear seats by rolling it up. Secured by using its integral velcro tabs, the liner can easily be let back into place whenever you need it.
Light and flexible
Although these liners give a carpet-like impression and appear to be substantial items to be carrying around, in fact they're surprising light and flexible. In terms of handling they could be compared to - say - how a jacket or a fleece might feel (really! That light!). Definitely nothing like as heavy as a carpet!
Last updated: 11 October 2011
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