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> Amazing Deal On Dirt Trapper Mats, anybody used this firm?
Akitas
post 4th Apr 2012, 8:29 am
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Mine arrived yesterday as well :-) Much better sevice than last time I used them!
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post 4th Apr 2012, 1:44 pm
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This has just arrived which i ordered yesterday afternoon.
http://www.splendidpets.co.uk/dirt-trapper...irt-trapper-mat

it cost 29 quid plus 7 delivery and is totally beautiful. I am delighted with it.
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post 4th Apr 2012, 2:11 pm
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i must admit Woofgang i did look at the car mats lol.gif and the sopranos one rolleyes.gif
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post 4th Apr 2012, 2:26 pm
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lol I considered the sopranos for my hall. As I said in an earlier post, one side of my manky bedroom carpet gets really manky as its the side that the dogs jump on the bed from...they also bring sufficient mank onto the bed for me to need to change the top cover around 3 times a week rolleyes.gif This mat is way cheaper than a new carpet, doesn't involve my removing the bed and all the faff attending new carpet laying and looks stunning as well. I don't think it will fit in the washing machine but I can shampoo it regularly.
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post 4th Apr 2012, 2:58 pm
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crying.gif It will cost me a fortune to get them delivered here and I love and adore my dirt trapper mats crying.gif
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post 4th Apr 2012, 3:09 pm
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Can't you get them delivered to somebody in the UK and pick-up next time you visit?
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post 4th Apr 2012, 3:28 pm
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QUOTE(kats n greys @ 4th Apr 2012, 4:09 pm) *

Can't you get them delivered to somebody in the UK and pick-up next time you visit?


I would but they would be pretty heavy on my baggage allowance which is all taken up with marmite anyway rolleyes.gif
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post 4th Apr 2012, 6:42 pm
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Oooh I wonder if these would save on the amount of time I spend hoovering the car.....
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post 4th Apr 2012, 8:12 pm
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QUOTE(TheBeardedOne @ 4th Apr 2012, 7:42 pm) *

Oooh I wonder if these would save on the amount of time I spend hoovering the car.....


well they beat out or throw in the washing machine, IMO they also hold dirt better than a towel or vet bed so it doesn't float around in the air.
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post 4th Apr 2012, 8:24 pm
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QUOTE(woofgang @ 4th Apr 2012, 9:12 pm) *

well they beat out or throw in the washing machine, IMO they also hold dirt better than a towel or vet bed so it doesn't float around in the air.



They sound pretty good then, there was quite a sea of hair wafting through the car as we opened the windows at the weekend! lol.gif
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post 20th Apr 2012, 8:19 am
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Is everyone happy with their mats unsure.gif I am going to buy some over the weekend to try and help keep the house clean from the 40 muddy feet we have here! lol.gif
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post 20th Apr 2012, 8:31 am
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Watching this space with interest! With a 10 month old Newfie around I could grow spuds on my kitchen floor! yikes.gif
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post 20th Apr 2012, 8:45 am
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I've had mine a while and I'm happy with them smile.gif OH chucked the runner out of the living room the other day (Kiki has an annoying habit of pulling half of it up when left home alone and he got fed up of rearranging it lol.gif ) and I think I'll definately be sneaking it back into place when he's not looking as there's lots more hairy "tumbleweeds" flying around and cleaning the muddy pawprints off the laminate floor without the risk of warping it is annoying me. Definately much easier to let them dry their paws on the runner and then hoover the dry dirt up. I might have to order a couple for my mum's house as she's fed up of trying to get Casper's hairs out of the carpet when I visit, if she can chuck some down in the conservatory then at least she can just roll them up when I'm gone and leave it for me to hoover next time (before anyone thinks I'm lazy, I do offer to do it but Kiki doesn't like being left alone in the car while I pop back in to hoover!)

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post 20th Apr 2012, 8:52 am
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delighted with the mats, the car picture one is beautiful and does keep my bed cleaner and the bulk buy were lifesavers during the recent filthy weather as I put them down over the tiles in the kitchen. they work as well as my much more expensive turtles. Delivery was fast too.
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post 20th Apr 2012, 9:00 am
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Has anyone cut them to size? My house is quite narrow and the sizings are just a bit too big so I will need to cut them down a bit, will they work just as well?
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