Welcome!BeatJunkie said:Hi all!
Are there any car detailing shops up in the twin cities areas? If you bought direct from a place like Auto-One they might give you a discount on a bulk roll of the film. However, the only real unprotected area of the truck is the hood. The rear fenders already come with a small spot of protective tape for rock strikes around the lower door area.BeatJunkie said:are there less-expensive places to get this film? Does anyone here know of any good stores anywhere between Winnipeg and Minneapolis where this film can be easily acquired for cheap?
What other spots were you thinking of taping up? [just curious]
I have only ever ordered them from online. But a buddy of mine bought a full set from a weather tech store. If there is a store in the Twin Cities area you can just walk right in and pick up a set without having to pay for shipping costs. The mats are not cheap but they are very much worth the cost. I have black carpet in my Escape and it's still brand new looked [halfway through winter unvacuumed]BeatJunkie said:2. My next question is, for a Canadian, what is the least expensive way to get a set of those WeatherTech DigitalFit weather mats? My understanding is that they are only available through mail-order, right? Is ordering direct from WeatherTech Canadian web store the only way to go?
I would personally skip the undercoating.BeatJunkie said:Is undercoating from a third party such as Ming or Ziebart worth the money? I intend to wash the Escape regularly anyway. Perhaps I'll wait and see if the Escape could use some quieting before considering undercoating.