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WeatherTech cargo containment system

WeatherTech cargo containment system

  • Available at: weathertech.ca, PartSource and many dealerships
  • Price: $54.95 (includes shipping)

Don't you hate the noise of the cans, pop bottles and soccer balls rolling around the cargo area of the car? And it's truly insufferable when the rear hatch opens, and a jar of pickles makes good on its escape, exploding as it hits the driveway. Surely, there has to be a solution.

There is. WeatherTech's simple yet effective system can brace or contain almost anything. The four corners are about 20 cm wide and 12 cm tall and are made from a firm, lightweight plastic. The rubber base grips so it doesn't slip on a mat or carpeted liner. All you do is create an outline for your cargo with the blocks. When you aren't using them, they can tuck into the corner, ready for anything. If the bases get dusty, a quick rinse brings back the grip.

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Bringing home cans of paint, propane tanks and bowling balls are easy. And, when grocery shopping, all the bags are put to one side of the car, secured by a containment wall. No cabbage can escape!

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