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Cleaning Cocomats
To clean your CocoMats just follow these couple of steps. You'll be surprised how much dirt comes out!

PLEASE NOTE: These cleaning instructions are only for cleaning our Coco and Nylon 6.6 Products. Please contact us at for details on how to correctly clean our other product lines.
  1. Remove car mats from vehicle, flip over, and beat against a hard surface such as concrete floor or the side of the house. This is when you will see the majority of dirt come out of the car mat.

  2. You can then use a vacuum to pick up any loose particles that may be at the bottom of the auto mats.

  3. If the car mats look dusty or dry, use a lightly-damp cloth to wipe down the mat fibers.

  4. If there is still dirt or staining, take 2 buckets of warm water. In the 1st bucket, place a small amount of dish soap and create a lather. Use a light scrub brush to scrub the affected area of the coco mat. Do not scrub too hard or get too much soap onto/into the mat. Next, take the 2nd bucket with warm water ( NO SOAP ) and use a light brush to brush to soap out of the mat. Once complete, use a dry towel to pat-dry the mat and let the mat air-dry in NON-DIRECT SUNLIGHT.

Some notes:
  1. Make sure not to use any chemicals on the actual material other than a product which we recommend by 303 Products called Fabric Guard.

  2. If your heel pad is dirty, make sure not to use any slippery or silicon based chemicals as they could pose a safety hazard.

  3. To clean heel pad, you may use Orange Glo or similar product to bring out the natural sheen of the rubber without making it slippery. Remember to avoid contact with the fibers.

If you have any questions or if there is anything further we can help you with, please do not hesitate to contact us at

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