Built for the off-road trackthat's what every Jeep vehicle is; be it the rugged Jeep Wrangler, the capable Jeep Liberty, the extra-luxurious Jeep Cherokee, or the all-new Jeep Commander. This simply means that Jeep vehicles will perform just the way you expect them to. Jeep vehicles show the world that they are indeed authentic sport-utility vehiclesnot just in style and appearance but most importantly in performance.
Being built for the off-road track, however, may also mean another thing for Jeep owners. Mud, grime, soil, dirt and every other thing that you can encounter in off-road tracks surely would have the tendency to stick on various parts of your vehicle, and this simply means a lot of cleaning to do after each and every journey with your Jeep. This is probably the reason why it is not uncommon for us to see Jeep vehicles with heavily sullied carpets. This may also be the reason why we see a lot of people replacing their Jeep carpets quite often.
It's always fun to drive a Jeep in off-road trails, but having a dirty and soiled Jeep carpet all the time also often causes dismay. But you can't have it any other way. Carpets are installed in vehicles to prevent their floor pan from getting too dirty and protect it from substances that may induce corrosion. It just so happened that Jeep vehicles are more prone to getting dirty than other vehicles.
But should you need to have your Jeep carpets clean for a special occasion, you can always do so with the variety of carpet cleaning products we have today. Better yet, you can replace your stock Jeep carpet with new, custom molded Jeep carpets that you can find from major auto parts sources anywhere. These carpets are molded to fit on your specific Jeep's floor pan and often come with either heavy jute or felt padding for a softer feel. Most custom Jeep carpets also come with noise absorbing or noise deadening materials to reduce road noise levels on the passenger cabin.