Originally Posted by bjp
Oem Rubber Rear flooring beneath the carpet. Has anyone over tried separating the foam sponge from the rubber top. Thinking of tracing an outline and using yoga mat material to fill the void where the foam was. Is this a good idea or not? Rubber is in great shape, foam smells like hell.
I'm looking at replacing the rear flooring because over the years the foam has absorbed water, dog and whatever so it's pretty much spent and smelling. I'm thinking of replacing with two layers, one foam and another rubber layer so the foam can be swapped out at any time in the future.
The metal floor is still in good shape so that's a relief.