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Fellow members with Weathertech mats,

I just wanted to chime in and see if you have the same problems that I have.

My second row mat is lifting on the edges causing passengers to trip over when caught with the floorliners.

I contacted customer support and send the pictures below to them but they say this I just need to lay my mat down in the sun to re-shape it and my mat isn't defective in anyways.. I just want to see if you have the same issues that I have and what you have done about this.

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I actually bought a polyurathae front lip for a car of mine and the company i bought it from sent it to me folded up in 3 parts, after leaving it out in the sun for a few hours it formed to its natural shape.

I'd say leave it out in the sun for a few hours and see how that goes.
 

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I have only had mine a few weeks now (bought them for both my QX60 and the wife's Q50) and they lay just fine. For the price though they should. Of course here in sunny CA our inside car temps get high enough to just about melt it so....
 

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Thanks for the replies. I believe this also came in folded in three parts. I am waiting for a good day to have the mat baked under the sun. Hope it works.
 

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I have all rows with Weathertech and they fit perfectly on my JX35
 

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Just having your windows cracked and letting heat into the cabin just might do it, not sure if sunlight is need, might just be heat related.
 

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Did you try the sun thing? Did it work?
 

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I am finding that the heat is making my luggage matt roll up around the edges. It was fine until the weather started getting hot. I may have to Velcro it down.
 

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Sinecure: I baked it under the sun for a couple of days, it was acceptable but still lifting on the edges. As of today, the edges are all lifted. So i guess I have to velcro it down to hold it in place or cut the edges that covers the plastic part and just have the mat protect the carpet.

Poor design if you would ask me. They should have made the edges heavier / thicker to make them stay in place.
 

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I agree MPDO. I do not think these are worth the money I spent (wasted). I will likely post them on ebay or craigslist and just get the infinity matts
 
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