Well, after five years and over 130,000 miles, I finally managed to wear a hole in one of my Weathertech mats. Actually, there is another small wear hole next to this one as well.
This is just from five years of unapologetically hard commercial use, so I am not going to ask Weathertech to warranty this mat out for me. It did it's job, and now it is worn out.
I do, however, hope they will just sell me a replacement driver's mat instead of making me buy a new front set.
Just out of curiosity, I asked if this was something that the warranty would perhaps cover. She asked for my last name and zip code to look up my order. Since the mats were only 5 years old and I had never had a warranty replacement before, she said Weathertech would replace them for me no problem! Hey, I guess I'll take it!
Great product, great company!
View my fuel log 2014 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 44.4 mpg (US) ... 18.9 km/L ... 5.3 L/100 km ... 53.3 mpg (Imp)
I ordered some. Winced at the price, but when they arrived, I was very pleased. Awesome fit, good quality. And easier to clean than Hexmats. I'm happy with them.
My 2011 Subaru driver's side floor was looking rough. I had worn a hole in the carpet, even though it had carpet floor mats. Thus, I bought front floor covers for both my Mirage & Forester at the same time. Makes my Forester look much newer inside, & it totally covers the worn spot. Awesome fit in both vehicles.
If you live where there is snow, I would highly recommend them. They are a great product, and it's nice to hear they are replacing Cobrajet's worn out ones.
If you are getting in and out of the car 10 times a day wearing loafers they would probably be fine. But getting in and out 100 times a day wearing combat boots will just result in the same problem after a few days or weeks.
It would probably cost some money to ship them, but make an offer?
The hole is actually more of a slit. Unless you live where it rains 2/3rds of the year and use the car for lots and lots of deliveries...like I do...the wear spot likely wouldn't be a problem since it is "high-spot" wear.
But it's Flex Seal. That stuff is magical. At least the commercials say so.
I'm pretty sure it was used to mend the Death Star.