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      11-20-2012, 11:48 AM   #1
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Boot liner

New mutt has just joined the family. Need a decent boot liner for for e91 330d.

www.hatchbag.co.uk has come up on previous post as being pretty good as protects sides as well as floor.

Any alternatives?
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I looked at plenty of alternatives in the past but always bought Hatchbag. Their fit is excellent and they are really durable. Had one in my E91, sold it on when I sold the car but the fit in that car was excellent. Mega mucky Spaniel in there on occasions and when I removed the liner to sell the car it was spotless underneath.

They are expensive but worth it and I have always been able to sell them on when selling the car ....... except for the one I have for an X3, if anyone needs one ???
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Made-to-Me...item337de27064

A little cheaper and has a built-in bumper protector - quality doesn't look to bad either.
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The Ebay one is Polyester whereas the Hatchbags are a black PVC and very tough. Can't see the Ebay one staying too clean, it does say it is machine washable but thats more hassle than just wiping the PVC one. Also there is no way a dog's claws will penetrate the PVC item which it may do with Polyester.
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Had my hatchbag for over two years and its been a fantastic buy.
I opted for a bumper cover,which unfolds and keeps everything nice.
I also opted for a padded,fitted cover for the inside-I put it in the washing machine when its muddy and it has a charcoal lining,so doesn't smell when the dogs are wet.
As mentioned,not the cheapest,but in my opinion,the best.
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Thanks guys - Hatchbag ordered.
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