Any of the car wash outfits around me seem to want to charge quite a bit for vacuuming. Heck, you need to insert a credit card to even get air to pump up your tires now at any gas station. Free is not a service we see much around here. Now I did look into getting a cheep Ridgid portable wet/dry vacuum as you can get a lifetime warranty with them so when you kill them off from sucking up salt water, hopefully, they will be replaced.
Looking at the TuxMats. From the images that I can see, they have a good sized lip around the front mats that I can see, but it looks like the rear seat mats there isn't really a water catch lip to the front. I don't know what it's like design wise when installing as it might be the mat goes up enough under the front seats not to require anything. I am wondering if you have seen any issues with kids being kids and not understanding (or more likely being bothered) to kick off the excess snow when entering the car leading to excess liquid on the mats. I don't have a garage so both our new cars are outside and I know winter being what it is, when it snows the gets stuck inside the cars.
2018 Niro EX - Ocean Blue
GTA - Canada.