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Old 03-05-2015, 09:52 AM   #1
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Anyone find 30inch step cover?

Been looking and have the jumbo inch step cover. Anyone find a 30inch wide step cover?
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I make my own. Outdoor carpet from Home Depot, grommets and bungys from Harbor Freight. A couple of feet by 12 foot long, I can get 5 sets.
Trash can when soiled.
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Great Idea!
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I have never grasped the concept of wipeing my shoes on a carpet that is dirty and wet from the road and tires ? rather than throw rug inside. Not to mention the moisture that is held on the step for it to rust.
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I make my own. Outdoor carpet from Home Depot, grommets and bungys from Harbor Freight. A couple of feet by 12 foot long, I can get 5 sets.
Trash can when soiled.
Did it and it looks great. Thanks for the idea.
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