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Interior detail

Here are some picsof my Ranger that I detailed on the inside this last weekend. I love the rubber floor vs. carpet. I had the idea of removing the rubber floor cover and having someone spray in the stuff they use for bedliners. How does everyone think that would look?
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Looks like a new truck!
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Looks good!
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damn you took the seats right out?!

i cleaned mine today as well lol, souple rags, and a shammy to dry. looks literally like new. Till i got in it and drove down to my brothers haha! but i didnt take the seats out lmao.

and bedliner would be a terrible idea imo. you like the rubber vs carpet im assuming since its easy to clean, well, bedliner would be worse then carpet.
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damn you took the seats right out?!

i cleaned mine today as well lol, souple rags, and a shammy to dry. looks literally like new. Till i got in it and drove down to my brothers haha! but i didnt take the seats out lmao.

and bedliner would be a terrible idea imo. you like the rubber vs carpet im assuming since its easy to clean, well, bedliner would be worse then carpet.
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not only that but you would lose alot of sound deadening that you now have, you'd have wires showing and it just wouldnt look good at all. Just keep it like it is!
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Yeah the seats are pretty easy to get out, and there's a lot of nasty stuff you can get to much easier with them removed. I used anti-seize on the seat bolts before I reinstalled them. I also took out the plastic center console that's mounted to the floor. It comes out easy too, just four sheet metal screws.

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Mine were spotless under the seats, I guess I'm just lucky :p

What do you guys use for all the plastic trim pieces? I have meguires wipes but they just leve streaks are are useless unless I dry it instantly with my microfiber cloth.
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I use Turtle wax ICE all purpose cleaner on the plastic
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I'll have to give that a try thanks.
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I use Meguiars quik interior detailer. Love the stuff. I tried the TurtleWax Ice interior detailer and hated the semi-greasy feel and how it left a film on everything. It was so bad I stopped using it and bought another bottle of the Meguiars.
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I would not run bedliner... it's makes for a much louder interior overall.

My Ranger came with it inside... PO used the roll on stuff. It looks nice and has decent, but definetely not great sound deadening qualities.

Stick with carpet, unless you have a water leak that you can't find or fix. Then bedliner is probably a good idea since moldy carpet never smells good.
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