Formerly known as Ecospun, eco-fi refers to high quality polyester fibers made from 100% post-consumer recycled plastic bottles.
No. In fact, your speakers need more protection than your dash. The sun breaks down the speaker materials which will cause loss of sound quality. The DashMat dash cover material allows the sound to flow through without any distortion.
This is usually caused by use of Armor All® protectant. To get your tape to stick use a mild detergent or rubbing alcohol on a towel and wipe the dash clean. You may need to repeat in certain areas to get the tape to stick.
We provide two 9" strips of hook and loop fastener tape. Cut it into 1" pieces and place them evenly on your dash.
No. If you want to remove the hook & loop attachment strips simply pull them off. If there is any sticky residue remaining use some rubbing alcohol on a cloth to remove the residue.
For vehicle owners that have visible airbag panels, we offer dash covers that have flaps over these panels. However, many modern vehicles don’t have visible airbag panels on dashboards. For such dashboards we offer the covers without cut-outs, but you shouldn’t worry about your safety, since these covers are designed in such a way that they won’t inhibit the smooth deployment of your airbag.
A light sensor is a device that measures the brightness or intensity of light and turns on your ride’s headlights when necessary. So, if your headlights come on automatically at night, you have a light sensor. Don’t confuse your headlights with DRLs that turn on every time your ride starts.
A small opening for your light sensor can be made on your dashboard cover by a manufacturer or you can make a cut-out in your cover by yourself.
A heads-up display is a device that projects important vehicle data, such as speed, gear selection, fuel level, temperature, etc., directly in front of the driver's eyes. The data can be displayed onto the windshield, combiner glass, or projector screen. The main function of the HUD is to enhance your safety by keeping your eyes on the road. Heads-up displays are usually found in performance cars. If you have such a device, your new dash cover should have a hole that allows the HUD to project the information. A small opening for your HUD can be made in your dashboard cover by a manufacturer or you can make a cut-out in your cover by yourself.
A collision warning system is a vehicle safety system designed to give a warning sound or show a warning message on the instrument panel when there’s a risk of collision. To prevent a possible accident, the collision warning system can function automatically without any driver input by braking or steering a ride. Vehicles with collision warning systems have holes in their dashes, and these holes shouldn’t be covered, since in the other case the systems won’t perform properly.
DashMat offer dash covers with already cut-out openings for collision warning system indicators, but if you wish you can make a little hole in your new cover on your own.