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Mazda Miata Carpet Kit

Mazda Miata Carpet Kit

A Mazda Miata carpet kit will provide you with carpets for both the driver side and the passenger side. And carpets, while not really necessary, are great accessories to have since they can enhance the look of your Miata's interior. Problems can plague your carpets, though. Below are some examples of these:

Excessive Dirt and Dust

It's normal for the carpets from your Mazda Miata carpet kit to gather dirt and dust. After all, you most likely step on them on a regular basis. What shouldn't be normal is your carpets gathering too much dirt, dust, and other forms of grime and you not doing anything about it. If the buildup of impurities becomes too significant, your carpets will most likely become discolored. For instance, your grey carpets may look more like black ones if you choose to keep putting off their cleaning. Needless to say, your carpets won't look good at all if that happens. Fortunately, you can still save your discolored carpets by finally devoting a bit of time and effort in their cleaning.


Sunlight is one of the enemies of the carpets from your Mazda Miata carpet kit. It's because constant exposure to it can cause your carpets to become faded. UV rays are that damaging, you see. What's worse is that there's really not a lot that you can do about this. The best thing that you can do is to somehow "balance" the fading. You can do this by changing the position of your carpet from time to time. This way, your carpets would be more equal in color, with one side not differing much from the rest.

If you're not fond of faded carpets, though, you'll have no choice but to purchase a new Mazda Miata carpet kit.


This can occur to some types of Mazda Miata carpet kits. Matting is an issue wherein some of the threads of your carpets can become joined or merged, which will cause them to look uneven. Excessive wear is the reason behind this issue.

Matting is perhaps one of the worst problems that you can encounter with your carpets since you can do nothing to counter it.

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  • Maintenance Tips: Mazda Miata Carpet Kit 27 February 2013

    Maintaining the carpets from your Mazda Miata carpet kit isn't difficult at all. In fact, all it takes are a bit of your time and effort. Below are some of the ways that you can do that:

    Vacuum your carpets on a regular basis.

    This is perhaps the most basic maintenance task that you can do for the carpets from your Mazda Miata carpet kit. It's arguably the most important as well. You'll rarely need to wash your carpets if you do this often. Just make sure to vacuum thoroughly for best results.

    Give your carpets the soap and water treatment once in a while.

    The carpets from your Mazda Miata carpet kit are prone to gathering dirt, dust, and other forms of grime (this is the case no matter what kind of carpet kit you have). Naturally, you're aware of that. After all, you and your shoes are the primary reasons why your carpets have become soiled. Dirty carpets are normal, though. Just don't let them get to a point where the amount of grime is too excessive. It's because your carpets can look dull or become discolored. For that reason, you shouldn't deny your carpets the soap and water treatment. You wouldn't have to clean them every day (or even every week), anyway.

    When cleaning your carpets, don't use a lot of water (that means don't soak them as much as possible) since too much it can lead to the shrinkage of the carpets. Fortunately, you won't need a lot of water most of the time. Cases that usually require more water than usual are when your carpets are heavily stained or give off an unpleasant odor. Tough stains can be removed through more rigorous (and timely) cleaning while bad odor can be washed away with water and baking soda.

    Check your carpets for signs of fading.

    Faded carpets can be real eyesores. Unfortunately, this is unavoidable-the sun's UV rays (the reason for the fading) will always get to your carpets no matter what you do. With that said, your best bet for a solution is to balance out the fading. This way, your carpets won't be unequal in color. You can accomplish this by changing the position of your carpets every now and then so that the sun's rays won't hit the same spots all the time. So yeah, always check your carpets so that you'd know when to alter their positions.