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This is a discussion on New carpet? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've been working furiously to try to get a half gallon of orange paint out of my carpet in my ...

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    New carpet?

    I've been working furiously to try to get a half gallon of orange paint out of my carpet in my WRX, to no avail. Been searching for a while, does anyone know who sells replacement carpet for a 2005 WRX? Any links would help. Thanks.

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    could go oem.. but its going to be expensive.
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    Other than through Subaru, which I will go If I have no other choice. Someone else must make carpet for the WRX. Who?

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    If you're feeling ambitious, you should go get raw fabric and make your own. Quality time with the car is always fun.

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    I'd suggest maybe picking up a roll of off brand dynamat, and finding a quality interior shop. They do stuff like that for a living, and anything involving fabric is well beyond my ability for some reason. I can read all the directions and watch videos all day... It still failboats every time.

    Even with a shop it'd be cheaper than having oem carpets installed.

    I bet it'd make the cabin a lot quieter too. No guarantees, but I know doing the floor and doors makes most cars feel significantly more luxury-ish. Just put a piece on all the large panels... It doesn't have to cover anything, it just keeps large stuff from resonating.
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    I can't imagine that the installation is too difficult. Remove front seats, center console, rear seat, and various other trim pieces.

    I don't trust myself to cut the carpet though. Sounds like I'll either have to find an Interior shop and have them do it.

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    I know someone that replaced the carpet in their GC.. I'll have to ask where they got it.

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    Thanks Mainframe. Was thinking that if I can scrub most of it out, I could use fabric dye (or something that'll work with carpet) to darken any residual staining back to the original black.

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    Just find someone over on nasioc. I got my replacement carpet there. And installation is pretty easy. It took me about 4 hours to do it...but I was striving for perfection. And the front seats I put in were being difficult because the brackets were just a tiny bit off. So that ate up a good chunk of my time. But other than that it's pretty easy.

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