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Hey guys! This is Edward from the aftermarket. Recently we are developing rear seat mats for Ford Escape 2020-2022.
And now we need one owner to help us test out the fitment. Please leave a message or dm me if you are interested.
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Hey guys! This is Edward from the aftermarket. Recently we are developing rear seat mats for Ford Escape 2020-2022.
And now we need one owner to help us test out the fitment. Please leave a message or dm me if you are interested.
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Just looking at them, no.
The front seats are not 60/40 split, so these floor mats would not work. Willing to bet the cut out for the center console is also too small, it is definitely not in the right place.

I installed a seat cover set, and I cannot find a way to release the sliding seat bottom, to fold up like in my 2009
 

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Just looking at them, no.
The front seats are not 60/40 split, so these floor mats would not work. Willing to bet the cut out for the center console is also too small, it is definitely not in the right place.

I installed a seat cover set, and I cannot find a way to release the sliding seat bottom, to fold up like in my 2009
Hi, these are for the second roll seatback
 

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I’m interested in them. I looked for them after they came with our ‘22 Bronco Sport

Hey guys! This is Edward from the aftermarket. Recently we are developing rear seat mats for Ford Escape 2020-2022.
And now we need one owner to help us test out the fitment. Please leave a message or dm me if you are interested.
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There are Velcro on back
you know what happens to a lot of adhesives when heated, make sure yours doesn't liquify up to 220 F(interior temperature of a closed car on a summer sunny day?)
that would piss people off ( :

I will help you R&D, but to be honest with you I just throw an old twin bed comforter up.
it covers everything perfectly, back to the lift gate.
My SUVs are usually more UV, the second row seats are rarely folded up.
you make a one piece swimming pool liner type, with say... 4, or 6" walls? to throw in.
that might have a market for me... make it springy like a windshield shade-travel dog water bowl-or even some cheap beach tents...
where it is easy to collapse when necessary…right?

it couldn't slide around.
it wouldn't need dumb azz velcro(how long have you been alive my friend, most Velcro will fail-sooner than later)
SOLD

The comforters are .50 at a garage sale ( :

.02 fer ya, please don't be offended.

if you make $1 million, I will accept one dollar for my ideas. lol
BTDubs- thank you for choosing escape city as a testing ground. ( :
 

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you know what happens to a lot of adhesives when heated, make sure yours doesn't liquify up to 220 F(interior temperature of a closed car on a summer sunny day?)
that would piss people off ( :

I will help you R&D, but to be honest with you I just throw an old twin bed comforter up.
it covers everything perfectly, back to the lift gate.
My SUVs are usually more UV, the second row seats are rarely folded up.
you make a one piece swimming pool liner type, with say... 4, or 6" walls? to throw in.
that might have a market for me... make it springy like a windshield shade-travel dog water bowl-or even some cheap beach tents...
where it is easy to collapse when necessary…right?

it couldn't slide around.
it wouldn't need dumb azz velcro(how long have you been alive my friend, most Velcro will fail-sooner than later)
SOLD

The comforters are .50 at a garage sale ( :

.02 fer ya, please don't be offended.

if you make $1 million, I will accept one dollar for my ideas. lol
BTDubs- thank you for choosing escape city as a testing ground. ( :
Oh, thank you for your ideas.
Sorry I'm not sure I understand correctly. You mean the high-quality adhesives would be better than the Velcro?
Also, we are wondering if the one piece will be popular for most owners?
I will bring the idea to the team. Thank you
 

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Oh, thank you for your ideas.
Sorry I'm not sure I understand correctly. You mean the high-quality adhesives would be better than the Velcro?
Also, we are wondering if the one piece will be popular for most owners?
I will bring the idea to the team. Thank you
If you are insistent on velcro, use high temp adhesive to secure it to your mat. Should you pull them out when it's hot, be sure they stay stuck to the mat and not the carpet.
I don't know what you could replace the velcro with... maybe a wrap over, that could use the installed headrests to secure them?

Have you ever seen a waterbed liner, how they fold up? if you could make a one piece easy to manage, they would sell to people like me, dog owners, even gardeners, campers, fisherpeople could benefit.
 

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If you are insistent on velcro, use high temp adhesive to secure it to your mat. Should you pull them out when it's hot, be sure they stay stuck to the mat and not the carpet.
I don't know what you could replace the velcro with... maybe a wrap over, that could use the installed headrests to secure them?

Have you ever seen a waterbed liner, how they fold up? if you could make a one piece easy to manage, they would sell to people like me, dog owners, even gardeners, campers, fisherpeople could benefit.
Thank you for the suggestion! It's definitely a huge help for us to improve the product. I will discuss it with the team and see how to make it happen.
 
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