Friday, April 7, 2017

Keep your car's floor mats from sliding
One of the most bothersome and overlooked problems car owners have are out of place floor mats. Not only do floor mats that move around in the front and back not protect the floor from dirt and make the car look messy, they can be a safety hazard.  Unsecured drivers-side mats can jam pedals, and have prompted major safety recalls by Audi, Mercedes Benz, Toyota and Maserati. 

Some cars have nothing to hold the mats down, while others have difficult to install, hooks, clamps or Velcro pads, which often fall apart or break off. Regardless of the type of retainer, many car owners agree that they don’t work well. It’s not only about how fasteners connect to the floor mat; it is also about how securely they stay in the car floor under the mat.

If you have a mat problem in your car take a look at Eagle Klaw, the new, patented, American made, world’s only multi-point tension fastener.  Very easy to install (just step on it!), and minimally intrusive, Eagle Klaw anchors penetrate the carpet at 5 points and grip the car floor with the strength of an eagle’s claw.

Visit the website NOW for the current sale!  Get a free cutter tool and use code EGL20 during checkout for 20% OFF!

information provided by AAPEX which represents the $356 billion global automotive aftermarket industry, and is co-owned by the Auto Care Association and the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), the light vehicle aftermarket division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA).

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