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I wanted to share a quick review of the Weathertech complete set install. I originally or the Ford Maverick set, but was somewhat disappointed with the coverage. My preferred manufacturer would have been Husky, but Weathertech was a close second. Finally, Weathertech offered the complete floor protection for $207 (including tax and shipping).

I figured I would apply a ceramic coating with Armor Shield coating. I had some left over and didn’t want to use the professional grade product such as System X due to cost. After all, they really are just floor mats. My goal is to be able to have enough protection to quickly clean with the ceramic filling in the pourus texture. As you can see in the attached photos it appears to have a wet appearance, but once wiped off and dry there is no visual effect Of the ceramic remaining.

Overall, I’m very happy with the protection coverage. This was a must have on my bucket-list of upgrades.

not the pictures below represent the coating look prior to drying. My goal was to show the application of the product rather than end result. The look and feel or the completed project is no different than factory. It would not have bothered me if the product would have remain as a wet look.

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458392BC-D362-4639-B9E9-BE8F9EEF43A7.jpeg
90097A17-413A-4B2B-874C-27B755C48BE4.jpeg
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I wanted to share a quick review of the Weathertech complete set install. I originally or the Ford Maverick set, but was somewhat disappointed with the coverage. My preferred manufacturer would have been Husky, but Weathertech was a close second. Finally, Weathertech offered the complete floor protection for $207 (including tax and shipping).

I figured I would apply a ceramic coating with Armor Shield coating. I had some left over and didn’t want to use the professional grade product such as System X due to cost. After all, they really are just floor mats. My goal is to be able to have enough protection to quickly clean with the ceramic filling in the pourus texture. As you can see in the attached photos it appears to have a wet appearance, but once wiped off and dry there is no visual effect Of the ceramic remaining.

Overall, I’m very happy with the protection coverage. This was a must have on my bucket-list of upgrades.

7823468C-8A3A-49F7-B74D-4B2647E830A1.jpeg
3D69DF16-738E-4C93-B69E-59D95AA7A13E.jpeg
458392BC-D362-4639-B9E9-BE8F9EEF43A7.jpeg
90097A17-413A-4B2B-874C-27B755C48BE4.jpeg
88A49B19-9471-47F3-9369-90960DA566E8.jpeg
865FAA55-DD44-4D42-9057-359C80B713A9.jpeg
ECD25725-0251-45E7-A48E-C142A28DA038.jpeg
Does the ceramic make it slippery?
 

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Do either of the Ford or the Weathertech have more “pliability”? I’m wondering if either is slightly rubbery or squishy to the touch vs. feeling like just hard plastic.
 
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Do either of them have more “pliability”? I’m wondering if either is slightly rubbery or squishy to the touch vs. feeling like just hard plastic.
I think the Husky is considerably more flexable that the Weathertech. If I had a chance the Husky would have been my preferred. However, I’m I’m pleased with the Weathertech.
 

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Glad to see what they look like, have rubber backed carpeted mats now that are hard to clean and don't create a basin to hold the slop. I didn't order Mav mats.
 

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The addition of ceramic coating doesn’t change the look or feel from factory.
Either way, they look good. I opted for the factory mats but might have to go your route.
 

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I wanted to share a quick review of the Weathertech complete set install. I originally or the Ford Maverick set, but was somewhat disappointed with the coverage. My preferred manufacturer would have been Husky, but Weathertech was a close second. Finally, Weathertech offered the complete floor protection for $207 (including tax and shipping).

I figured I would apply a ceramic coating with Armor Shield coating. I had some left over and didn’t want to use the professional grade product such as System X due to cost. After all, they really are just floor mats. My goal is to be able to have enough protection to quickly clean with the ceramic filling in the pourus texture. As you can see in the attached photos it appears to have a wet appearance, but once wiped off and dry there is no visual effect Of the ceramic remaining.

Overall, I’m very happy with the protection coverage. This was a must have on my bucket-list of upgrades.

not the pictures below represent the coating look prior to drying. My goal was to show the application of the product rather than end result. The look and feel or the completed project is no different than factory. It would not have bothered me if the product would have remain as a wet look.

7823468C-8A3A-49F7-B74D-4B2647E830A1.jpeg
3D69DF16-738E-4C93-B69E-59D95AA7A13E.jpeg
458392BC-D362-4639-B9E9-BE8F9EEF43A7.jpeg
90097A17-413A-4B2B-874C-27B755C48BE4.jpeg
88A49B19-9471-47F3-9369-90960DA566E8.jpeg
865FAA55-DD44-4D42-9057-359C80B713A9.jpeg
ECD25725-0251-45E7-A48E-C142A28DA038.jpeg
I ordered these and I don't even have my truck yet... lol I put these in my Tacoma and they lasted a long long time
 
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Either way, they look good. I opted for the factory mats but might have to go your route.
I really like that the factory option included the embedded Maverick naming, but i could get over their lack of coverage.
 
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Do either of the Ford or the Weathertech have more “pliability”? I’m wondering if either is slightly rubbery or squishy to the touch vs. feeling like just hard plastic.
I have WT mats in my current car and they are definitely stiffer like plastic trays. Whereas the Maverick branded mats I ordered (for the truck I don’t have yet) are more silicone-like and seem more flexible.
 

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I wanted to share a quick review of the Weathertech complete set install. I originally or the Ford Maverick set, but was somewhat disappointed with the coverage. My preferred manufacturer would have been Husky, but Weathertech was a close second. Finally, Weathertech offered the complete floor protection for $207 (including tax and shipping).

I figured I would apply a ceramic coating with Armor Shield coating. I had some left over and didn’t want to use the professional grade product such as System X due to cost. After all, they really are just floor mats. My goal is to be able to have enough protection to quickly clean with the ceramic filling in the pourus texture. As you can see in the attached photos it appears to have a wet appearance, but once wiped off and dry there is no visual effect Of the ceramic remaining.

Overall, I’m very happy with the protection coverage. This was a must have on my bucket-list of upgrades.

not the pictures below represent the coating look prior to drying. My goal was to show the application of the product rather than end result. The look and feel or the completed project is no different than factory. It would not have bothered me if the product would have remain as a wet look.

7823468C-8A3A-49F7-B74D-4B2647E830A1.jpeg
3D69DF16-738E-4C93-B69E-59D95AA7A13E.jpeg
458392BC-D362-4639-B9E9-BE8F9EEF43A7.jpeg
90097A17-413A-4B2B-874C-27B755C48BE4.jpeg
88A49B19-9471-47F3-9369-90960DA566E8.jpeg
865FAA55-DD44-4D42-9057-359C80B713A9.jpeg
ECD25725-0251-45E7-A48E-C142A28DA038.jpeg
Thank you!
 

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Mine came with the weather mats. Guy that ordered and crapped out included them. Since I have them I'm happy. Now to the rear seat area.
 

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I have the weathertech mats I think they have better coverage then fords mats.
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