03 September 2015

..::Product + Video Review::.. ZenKid Car Kick Mat


My Review of the ZenKid Car Kick Mat

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"ZenKid Car KickMats Will Protect Your Seats From Getting Ruined By Dirt and Scuff Marks!Are your seats always getting dirt, mud and scuff marks from your kids shoes that are a pain to remove? If you do, it's ok because kids will be kids and we have a perfect solution for you!

At ZenKid, we developed a Car KickMat that will protect your seats and prevent any damage that they may endure from those dirty, muddy feet. You won't have to spend your time slaving away by cleaning those stains or spend your money on constant interior car washes."

Review…


I was sent a set a (2) extra large kick mats from ZenKid to review.  

The price for this set is $18.97.  Shipping is free with Amazon Prime.


Packaging & Presentation of the ZenKid Car Kick Mat

This set of kick mats was shipped nicely.  They were wrapped in cellophane. I did not experience any damage or disruptions to the mats during shipment.  The cellophane is see-through and not colored so you can see in to the actual product.

 The front of the package has a little card-stock insert that has all of the product details listed.  You can find the brand, product, sizing information, cleaning and storage information, and an easy-set up diagram.  The back of the package was plain, but it did offer a warning sticker. You'd be surprised-- some packages do not have these...


Both of the mats came folded directly out of the package.  They were nicely put together.


My Personal Experience with the ZenKid Car Kick Mat

I actually use kick mats in my car, but my husband doesn't have any in his truck.  I tried to move mine into his, but they were too small.  We needed bigger ones, so when I came across these, I couldn't resist-- I was excited to try this size!  Plus... you know... they have a pocket.


The top of the mat and the bottom are both adjustable, and they easily click together with the plastic buckles.



There is also a pocket that secures with Velcro.  This pocket isn't very deep, but at least there is one, unlike the ones in my car.  Basically, I lose all function of my seat's back pocket when I have the mats up.  Not with these.



Here is a before and after:



Check out our First Impression video for a closer look:



Pros of the ZenKid Car Kick Mat
  • Very large.
  • Awesome pocket.
  • Easy to install.
  • Really keeps your seats looking good.

    Cons of the ZenKid Car Kick Mat
    • The pocket definitely could have been bigger.
          Summary

          With two kids, I mean…we NEED these.  I have had kick mats installed (I use this term very leniently…) in my car for a few months, and I love them.  In fact, they are so effective that this set is for my husband’s truck.  I have cloth seats in my car; my husband has leather in his truck.  It doesn’t matter the fabric, but both are bad to clean.  Dirt, scuff marks, sticky stuff, what-have-you.  These mats protect from it all.


          Now, when I said ‘install’ earlier, you don’t really have to do anything beyond snapping them together.  It’s so easy and fast.  The difference here is that there is a very nice pocket on the top of these, so you can keep whatever you want in there without losing ability to use the pocket on the back of each seat.  Although, this pocket would be better if it was deeper.  The best part?  When they get dirty, unclip them and throw them in the wash!  Simple.  I definitely recommend checking these out.

          Are you wanting to try the ZenKid Car Kick Mat, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  

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          DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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