How do I restore my liners back to their original luster?
Unfortunately, black color floor liners show dirt and show wear more quickly than colors—and this can make them appear dull. Husky Liners suggests cleaning your liners with soapy water and a soft brush. Citrus based cleaners will remove any oily residue. To regain some of the luster, try Windex or a good quality automotive detailer spray. Do not use Armor All as it will make your liners slippery.
How do I restore my Husky Mud Guards back to their original luster?
Clean the mud guards well using soap and water. Once the mud guards are dry wipe them down with a good quality automotive detail spray.
What is the difference between the WeatherBeater Floor Liners and X-act Contour Floor Liners?
Husky Liners X-act Contour Floor Liners and WeatherBeater Floor Liners are both custom molded to fit your vehicle exactly. The amount of floor coverage provided by the liner styles is very similar as well. The biggest difference is the material. The X-act Contour liners have a softer, more rubbery feel, whereas the WeatherBeaters are pliable, but not as rubbery. Both products offer superior protection.
My vehicle has vinyl flooring, does Husky Liners have a product for me?
The softer, more rubbery material of the X-act Contour liners make them great for use with vinyl flooring. The flooring does need to be clean (dirt & debris free) so the liner material is in direct contact with the vinyl floor.
What is a “Cab and Chassis” model truck and will the Husky liners fit in these?
A Cab and Chassis model truck (also called a Chassis Cab) is a specialty truck that comes from the factory with just a Chassis and Cab—it would not have a standard truck bed. These trucks are often equipped with modifications to the floor pans allowing accommodation for mounting hydraulic controls or PTO (power-takeoff) units. Often these features keep the Husky Liners from fitting. Please review the Tech Notes that accompany the part lists to see if the liners will fit a Cab and Chassis model.
I know that Husky Liners has products for Crew and Extended Cab trucks, why won’t these liners fit in my Standard Cab?
Standard Cab trucks (aka Regular Cab Trucks) often do have different shaped floor pans than the extended length trucks. This is often related to the fact that the “back seat” area has additional ventilation to heat or cool them. The duct work for directing airflow to the back is generally under the floor pans which causes the reshaped floor.
Can you install Wheel Well Guards and Mud Guards together?
Yes! You can install the wheel well guards and mud guards on the same vehicles. Husky Liners suggests installing the wheel well guard product first. If the mud guards are already installed, it may be necessary to “back out” the screws securing the mud guard prior to WWG installation. Once the WWG is in place, retighten the mud guard screws.