> Not sure if you noticed, Terry, I said it was synthetic (ie plastic) felt
> ... being wet doesn't seem to harm it. When the floor does get wet enough
> to soak the felt, I just take it out and lay it felt side up until it
Nope, I didn't notice. Apologies. Now I don't have an excuse not to buy
>> ...Better, is there a way to seal the car so that in the kind of intense
>> thunderstorms we get caught in in NH, that the carpet wouldn't get wet?
> It's a ragtop, sooner or later it's going to get wet! I actually don't
> anything that even pretends to be a weather-tight top (seals are shot on
> hardtop & it hasn't been on the car in many years) ... I've been known to
> drive in the rain with the top down.
Ah, what the hay. Maybe the wet look will come back?