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Old 05-02-2008
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My Wierd Interior

ok so i have odd interior... it is the basic of all basic it is like rhino liner inside the truck, there is stains in it i want removed but it is hard to find something to clean it since it isnt a carpet
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it looks like you have an XL.. they have the vinyl floor. Any good vinyl cleaner should get the stains off.. or in extreme cases you could just replace the entire floor for ~$100 at your Ford dealer (part only).
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Im assuming its a rubber mat. If its easily removed from truck pressure wash it, use an aggressive scrub brush and a bucket of degreaser and dishsoap mixed with water, pressure wash again. Allow it to dry out.
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be sure the jute on the back is completely dry before you put it in or itll be stinky and moldy
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it isnt a mat it is the actual floor
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could you please post a pic of this? because if it is factory it should be the mat or you would see the structural parts of the floor and stuff
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Old 05-04-2008
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Either way, try some Simple Green Max. It should remove anything you don't like.
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i cleaned it up but, i really dont like the material pictures to follow this post
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excuse the dirt, didnt have time to clean it before the battery died in camera
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Rubber floor.. the steel floor is underneath
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You can clean it with any mild household cleaner like Formula 409 or Simple Green. Just spray the cleaner all over the floor, scrub the floor with a brush, and wipe the cleaner up. Keeping these floors clean does take extra effort. A custom fit floor mat that will not slide might help, but the key is to find one that will stay in place on that floor.

If you want to replace it with carpet, you can find custom fit carpet from JC Whitney or partstrain.com for a little over $100.
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Yeah its rubber instead of carpet and can be removed, but not necesary, scrub with a brush and degreaser- soap.use a wet vac to suck up the soap-degreaser, do it a second time. the vac gets all the dirtywater and cleaner out of the cracks.
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Yeah you can tear that baby out and pressure wash it like mentioned above. I wouldn't trade my floor for anything, beats the hell outta carpet.
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