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I'm just about to order my new mini and will be financing on a PCP plan.

Being a golfer I've noticed on my current car (2010 Astra) the boot liner is covered with dried grass which no amount of hoovering will remove.

As I plan to return my car at the end of the deal and get a new one I want to return it as clean as possible.

Can any golfer recommend a liner for my new mini boot? I'm ordering a 5 door cooper with storage pack.

Cheers,
Rad
 

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Mini do a boot liner, no doubt expensive!

Will your clubs fit in the boot. I drop 1 rear seat back to get my carry bag in.
 

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Not a golfer, but a mother to a baseball player, I bought the boot liner and it helped a lot. He's the catcher so everything is covered in dirty and grass.
 

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Use a brush on the fabric. It helps loosen everything up and keeps your fabric looking fresh and plump
 
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Mini do a boot liner, no doubt expensive!

Will your clubs fit in the boot. I drop 1 rear seat back to get my carry bag in.
I don't have a problem with dropping one of the rear seats down - I already do this with the Astra as I don't like removing my woods/driver.
I'll check out the dealer to see if they do a decent liner.

Thanks for the input!
 

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Also you'll find that better quality carpets are easier to clean so shouldn't be as messy as the Astra anyway
 

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My advice would be to improve your handicap, that way you'll spend more time on the fairway, and hopefully not pick up as much grass. Also maybe give your bag and trolley a blast with the airline when you clean your shoes.

Once you get back to the car, one seat folded down, clubs in head first to keep any grass in the boot area, which should hoover out easily :D
 
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