“I drive everywhere with my two dogs and I’m so worried that they’ll ruin my Lincoln Navigator...”
We hear this all the time. Let’s face it, your Lincoln Navigator’s brand new interior and your dogs don’t mix well. Whether it’s shedding dogs, muddy dogs, wet dogs, or drooling dogs you need complete protection.
1) The Time of Cleaning
Cleaning up after their dog hair and messes can be a hassle. Takes a lot of TIME.
2) The Cost of Cleaning & Resale Value
Whether it’s receiving a professional interior cleaning or having to replace your vehicle’s interior carpet, these will cost a lot of $$$$. People lose thousands of dollars on trade-in value if they have a damaged interior.
3) All Cargo Liners Weren’t Created Equal
Most cargo liners on the market are cheap, made in a factory overseas, and are made to fit one interior (and probably not your Lincoln Navigator). These liners barely line the bottom of the vehicle let alone the sides and back of the seats.
4) Cheap Materials Equals Lack of Protection
Cheap materials leave scratches in the liner and ultimately, scratches in your vehicle’s interior. They dont fit correctly, get bunched up, and leave major areas of your cargo space exposed to dog hair, messes, and scratches.