do i need to look at it more cause it looks like i need to take the seats out to get the front carpet out. anyonbe do it?
One time I got water in a vehicle, I shopped Vac most then I carried my Dehumidifier out with the ext cord & piut it inside(ran for a long time). Works great, and ya I know, the neighbor's thought I looked like Harley & Bubba, but it worked. Did this for my basement carpet a few times.well i vacumed it about 5 times and water is still coming up, at least its not a puddle anymore, jusy very damp
And some DampRid when you've got it parked with the top on. I wouldn't recommend trying to drive with an open container of it sitting on the floor.I can't say I've ever had my carpet soaked just yet, but has anyone tried hair drying it after hitting it with a powerful shop vac a few times? That coupled with some febreeze would see pretty sufficient. Maybe not?
I have taken mine out and I also had to make about 1" cut on both sides under the seats to get it out. The carpet does a very good job of holding its shape, provided you don't smash it, and it will go back in almost as easy as it came out. Mine got soaked the first day I had the top off so I just pulled the carpet out for the summer and then put it back in once I knew the top was going to stay on for the winter.well i had to take it out, it was starting to smell. it wasent to hard but i had to cut about 1" in a spot , i could have taken the seat out but i figured ill prob be taking the carpets out alot. let them sit out in the sun for 2 days and there all dry now