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I hope you and your family are healthy and safe during this time of confinement.

For some reason I have not been receiving e-mail notifications for comments on my previous posts. If I have not replied in a long time I apologize. I just reviewed my notification settings and my spam filters.
I have been away from social media, forums, and my YouTube channel for over 1 month now, but I am getting back into it slowly. I finally posted a new video after 2 months, as a followup review to the Tuxmat car mats. Tuxmat is a Canadian company that offers car mats for a wide variety of vehicles, I installed and reviewed their mats last year when I installed them in my Kia Niro EV SX Touring.

This new video shows you how they have held up and, more importantly, answers the question: Did they protect my Niro EV carpets?
Here is the link to find out:
 
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Another great video! Might have been good to show how easy they are to clean up while you had them out. Looking forward to seeing your next one!
 

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Another great video! Might have been good to show how easy they are to clean up while you had them out. Looking forward to seeing your next one!
I agree, but I was too lazy to clean them ;)
They are still dirty. It is too cold to wash my car and do a proper cleaning of the mats.
 
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Another great video! Might have been good to show how easy they are to clean up while you had them out. Looking forward to seeing your next one!
I forgot to say thank you! Thanks for the compliment.
 

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Ive had mine in for two winters and they still look like new after you wash the salt and grit off them. They have been the best floor mats for a car that I have ever owned.
 

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Ive had mine in for two winters and they still look like new after you wash the salt and grit off them. They have been the best floor mats for a car that I have ever owned.
It's nice to get a second opinion. They look like they will stand up to the test of time, but knowing that you have had them for 2 years with no issues is reassuring. I would say the only weak point of the Tuxmat solution is that a sharp heal could puncture them since they are a softer material, but since I don't have any high-heel wearing passengers I am not too worried :)
 
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