Need to know how to clean golf cart rubber mats? Cleaning the rubber mats from your golf cart is not difficult, but it does take a bit of time to maintain them properly. It's a good idea to keep the rubber mats clean to protect the inside of your golf cart and to make it look nicer.
To clean your golf cart's rubber mats, you will need:
- A hose
- Liquid soap
- A spray bottle
- A sponge
- Remove the rubber mats carefully from the golf cart to avoid spilling dirt onto the floor of the golf cart. Give the mats a good shake to remove any obvious debris or loose dirt. Do this away from the golf cart so that the dirt doesn't fly right back in there.
- Use a hose to wet the mats down on both sides. For mats that aren't too dirty, this may be all that's needed. At least every few golf games you should do a more thorough cleaning, however.
- Mix a small amount of liquid hand soap in a spray bottle with warm water. Spray the mixture on mats and use a sponge to scrub the entire surface of the rubber mats, front and back. Use the hose again to rinse the golf cart mats off.
- Allow the rubber mats to air dry outdoors, preferably in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight. Never put mats back into your golf cart until they are completely dry, as this could lead to mildew growth and funky smells.
Rubber golf cart mats should be cleaned after every golf game if possible. This will help you keep the inside of your golf cart looking good and lessen the chances of dirt being transferred from the rubber mats to the floor of the cart.
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