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Default Custom-fit 3W Floor Liners + CARiD Video Review

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Hello, guys! Today we are back to introduce you the new name on the aftermarket floor mats scene - 3W Floor Liners. Unlike traditional floor liners, that are made by compression molding, which does not allow for many details, causing the floor liners to be rigid and stiff, 3W liners are resilient and durable.

Made from non-toxic and odorless Thermoplastic Elastomers, which shows advantages of both rubber and plastic materials thus having more strength, resilience, durability, and elasticity. 3W liners will provide maximum coverage to protect your carpet or trunk from dirt, moisture, and debris while adding a personal touch to your interior. We've also prepared a video review on these floor liners to show them in action.









Features:

- Anti-slip construction for perfect grip
- CNAS certifications: environmentally friendly and fire-resistant
- International SGS environment TS 16949 certification
- Weatherproof materials for long-lasting use
- Designed to precisely fit your vehicle
- Water-resistant odorless finish
- Air pockets on the back to absorb road noise.

If you want to have a clean and healthy interior environment, choose 3W Floor Liners at CARiD!
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