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Mess Proofing Your Car with Travall Car Mats


They are the messiest little monsters ever. The gremlin vomited in hubby’s car one and it took MONTHS for the smell to go.

You really want to do anything you can to protect the inside of your car from vomit, food, mud, drink and dare I say poop?

I was contacted by Travall and asked to review a product, car mats were extremely high on the agenda!

I was sent a boot mat, as well as 4 car mats. These are light, yet hard wearing, made of rubber. There is no need to cut them as they are vehicle specific. They are easy to remove and therefore clean and I was impressed with the cut; there is a raised outer lip to contain dirt and liquids.

They look good in the car and have a pleasant vanilla smell.

The boot mat retails at £45 and I was really impressed with this. It just made my boot look so tidy and neat. I obviously have to store my buggy in there and the wheels are always getting covered in mud and leaves. I need to protect the inside of my car and allow it to be cleaned easily. If you have a pet that travels along with you the boot mat has also been shown to reduce noise and therefore increase comfort during the journey.

The driver and passenger mats have been equally as good. They look really stylish, have protected my car inside from all the mud and leaves I bring in on my trainers and all the breadstick crumbs my eldest daughter seems to generate! They are easy to clean and perfect for my car.

As you can see from the pictures below my car is definitely due a good clean now for the second time (!) since the mats were fitted! They have done a great job protecting the inside.

I am really impressed with the products from Travall. They are good quality, do exactly what is advertised and reasonably priced.

If you have kids and your car is your pride and joy, I would definitely be heading over!

Disclosure – we were provided with these products in exchange for a review.


1 Comment

  1. April 20, 2017 / 11:15 pm

    Ooohh, I thought for a second it would be a way of mess-proofing the kids car seat as well! That would have been brilliant.