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      10-22-2021, 12:15 PM   #1
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M Performance all-weather floor mats

Installed these today getting ready for winter. I like that the material looks like carpet rather than rubber. The bottom is in fact like any other rubber mat. The top is also rubber, but with a texture to it. They also have the attached Velcro anchor patches to keep them in place.

Part number: 51-47-2-407-299 (front pair)

I ordered them from the local BMW dealership to avoid the shipping cost.

https://www.getbmwparts.com/oem-part...nt-51472407299
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How bad are your winters? These will let liquid sip down your carpet. I would recommend buying the Weathertech floor liners.
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How bad are your winters? These will let liquid sip down your carpet. I would recommend buying the Weathertech floor liners.
I am curious as to the best method to clean these mats. I have a set that Ive tried to power wash and clean but fantastic or car wash soap doesn't easily help.
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How bad are your winters? These will let liquid sip down your carpet. I would recommend buying the Weathertech floor liners.
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I am curious as to the best method to clean these mats. I have a set that Ive tried to power wash and clean but fantastic or car wash soap doesn't easily help.
You're replying to P4rD0nM3's reply, so I'm not sure if you have the Weathertech liners or the M Performance all-weather mats?

I had the OEM MINI floor liners in my 2015 F56 Mini. Same as Weathertech, but with a MINI logo. The MINI was my daily driver and driven in snow, and the Weathertech liners did the job, as P4rD0nM3 said. But I didn't like the hard plastic feel of them (compared to carpet), so I would remove them in the spring. Tried cleaning them once after they were removed using Simple Green and car wash soap like you, and it didn't get all the dirt off. So I don't really know how to clean them.

I do have a set of winter tires for the M2C and will drive the car year round, but don't plan on driving in snow if possible. So I'm not worried about entering the car with snow-covered boots, and having melted snow run off the mats onto the carpet. As far as cleaning the M Performance mats, we'll see. Does anyone else have them and tried cleaning them?
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How bad are your winters? These will let liquid sip down your carpet. I would recommend buying the Weathertech floor liners.
I am curious as to the best method to clean these mats. I have a set that Ive tried to power wash and clean but fantastic or car wash soap doesn't easily help.
I put mine in the washing machine. Works great.
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Unfortunately it doesn’t clean very well. The gray gets dark pretty quickly and it’s a pain to get out. I use these for summer and rubber mats for winter.
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Unfortunately it doesnít clean very well. The gray gets dark pretty quickly and itís a pain to get out. I use these for summer and rubber mats for winter.
Oh that's a good idea to use the rubber mats in winter and the M Performance mats in summer. I understand P4rD0nM3's point about liquid just rolling off the edges of the MP mats. You don't want that in the winter when your shoes might have snow and salt on them. I had the WeatherTech-type liners in my Mini and didn't love the hard plastic feel. The BMW rubber mats are cheap enough at $50 and have a channel around the edge to catch liquid, so I may get a set and use them during the winter like you're doing.

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