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    Thanks for posting these on here I picked up the rear set along with the front set. These definitely offer great coverage front and rear. Thanks again for the recommendation.


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    I've had the Hexomats for a while now and my biggest gripe is that snow from my shoes melts, and then the water refreezes in the mat. But what can you do, I guess.

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    Isn't that what you want? The snow is going to melt either way. It better stay in/on the mat!
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    Exactly. I just take the mat out quick and shake liquids off and put back in, maybe a 15 second ordeal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex1a1f View Post
    Exactly. I just take the mat out quick and shake liquids off and put back in, maybe a 15 second ordeal.
    Yeah, I know. But I'm too lazy to pull the mats out every other day. Lol Needless to say, we've had a lot of snow this winter!



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