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Car Boot Liner Basics

Posted: Thursday, July 25, 2013

By Brandy Sean Anderson

Car boot liners have existed for decades although very few people have good reasons for having them installed in their vehicles. Nowadays, cars are not just used for transport but for many different things: shopping, garden waste removal, transporting pet dogs, kid toys and DIY equipments. There are also sports equipment, work tools, wheelchairs, and scooters. All these things, can eventually cause damage to your car and rear area.

Thanks to car boot liners, you do not have to suffer from these damages anymore. They have different forms but they all boil down to one thing: they aim to put a barrier between your boot interior and whatever you need to transport. They can greatly help in reducing scratches, dents and damage on paintwork on the interior of your car which then preserves a relatively high value for your vehicle. They also come in different design, sizes, materials and fixing methods. The materials used can range from simple plastic sheets, to molded trays that have both low and high side backs. These plastic sheets can be fitted or semi-fitted while molded types are fully fitted hard wearing canvas.

Liners can also be shaped to fit your vehicle - low and high sided - or you can opt for 'box' styled liners. Each have its own purpose, of course, molded car boot liners fits snugly in your vehicle as they are custom fitted. They are often low sided while some have a very small lip on three or more sides. Box styled liners, on the other hand, offer waterproof protection and it secures your equipment at the back of your car.

Boot liners have transformed to being a useful accessory to a 'must-have' accessory. This can be attributed to the fact that a lot of cars are now being fitted with light colored upholstery which are more prone to dirt, thereby increasing the need for protection through car boot liners. A lot of car owners order car boot liners even before the car is delivered to them which only implies that people nowadays want full protection before the boot area of their car is used for any work, tools, or pets.

If you want to get your own, you can first try to scout online for the many different types of car boot liners. You need to initially determine where do you use your car and how often will you be carrying items or pets in your rear area. Also note how often you think you can clean the boot area of your car. This then would determine the type of liner that you will purchase.


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