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I hate my drivers side floor mat. It is never staying in place and has a big crease in it. It is always getting in the way of my feet and the pedals. Over the summer I laid it out in the garage with a book and brick on top of it to try and flatten it, but after a few days, it went back to normal. I figure I may have to purchase a new one, but I was wondering if anyone had this problem or had any ideas.
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do you have the velcro backing on the bottom of it? either that, or the little plastic screws? if you don't i'd look into trying to get those...
 

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It has the velcro, but it's not sticking.
 

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hmm, i'm guessing it's due to the velcro not sticking then... if it stuck, i doubt it'd crease in the middle even if there was already a crease in it... see if you can do something about getting the velcro to stick or something.... sorry, i know that's not much help..... just push down real hard on the velcro...
 

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Have you tried heating it with a heat gun or hair dryer?
 

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carguy84 said:
Have you tried heating it with a heat gun or hair dryer?
Will that work? I may give it a shot.
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Man I know what you're talking about. Mines is as wrinkled and creased as my grandmothers ankles.
 

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try cleaning the velcro it tends to gum up after a while
Or, you can always try to get UUC, ACS or hamann mats
 
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