Embroidered Floor Mats - Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I buy embroidered floor mats over any other kind of floor mats?

If the idea of having a one-of-a-kind accessory under your feet attracts you, then you’ve found the right floor mats for you. The options are near-endless: choose between the colors of your thread (including regulars like red, yellow, and blue; and also more exotic options like wine, sand, and neon green), and a bevy of different type styles (everything from italic through script to Old English). You can even select an open-ended “I heart” logo if you want to show some love.

What can I get embroidered on my floor mats?

It is completely up to you on what you get embroidered. During the ordering process, you'll have the option of designing and telling us exactly what you want your floor mats to say. Most people choose to have their name, initials or nickname on display. Others who have given their car its own name will often have the car's name embroidered on the mats.

The options are nearly endless. The only restriction is that we cannot embroider any trademarked names, such as car make or models. We do have officially licensed logos available for most vehicles, but we cannot offer custom embroidery on any trademarked names. There are also limits to the number of characters that can be embroidered on a floor mat.

What material are embroidered floor mats made out of?

Embroidery can be made on carpet floor mats only. While carpet is certainly the most comfortable and luxurious of floor mat materials, there are also some disadvantages associated with buying carpet instead of rubber or vinyl floor mats.

That disadvantage: they are more difficult to clean. Let’s use a piece of bubble gum to illustrate this concept. Now, if you drop some chewed-piece of bubble gum falls onto your carpet floor mat and dries, you’ve got a problem. That sucker is going to be near impossible to get out. First, you’ll have to find a way to disengage that’s sticky mess from the death-grip it is currently holding with the naps of your carpet. Then, you’ll have to find some combination of cleaning solution and sheer force to get the remaining residue out.

Let’s say that same scenario happened with a rubber floor mat. In just minutes, with relatively little effort, you can scrape off the dried bubble gum and wipe off the remaining residue. But with embroidered floor mats, what you sacrifice in being easy to clean, you make up for with comfort and the capacity to customize.

How much do embroidered floor mats cost?

This depends of the make, model, and year of your car. They base mat can run as little as $54.90 for Lloyd Classic Loop Carpet Floor Mats and as much as $199 for Lloyd Luxe Carpet Floor Mats. The cost for embroidery is an additional cost and can range anywhere from $20-42 per row. The cost for embroidery is clearly shown while you are configuring your floor mats so there aren't any surprises. The price you see is the price you get, including free shipping!

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