ACC Lower Door Panel Carpet - Sand Beige
Replacing the door panel carpet in your Mustang is an easy way to spruce up its interior. Our high-quality ACC Mustang lower door panel carpet is pre-cut to fit your Mustang for a seamless OE look and features a sewn-finished edge for a show-quality appearance. ACC pre-cut and finished Mustang lower door carpet is made of heavyweight 16oz cut-pile carpeting with a poly backing. This combination makes for a beautiful, long-wearing carpet.
Auto Custom Carpet
As is the case with many late-model vehicles, the late-model Ford Mustang came from the factory with cut-pile style carpet. A cut-pile carpet is a form of carpet that involves a strategic cut of the loops that are created during the weaving of a carpet. The loops are cut to the same height and allowed to tuft slightly. This approach gives the carpet pile the appearance of softness and often appears to be very dense.
Installing Mustang Door Panel Carpet
For installation, you will need to first remove the door panel. On the backside of the door panel, you will need to pry out the staples holding in the door carpet with a small flathead screwdriver. Once all the staples are out, pull the door carpet away from the door panel starting at the bottom; the carpet will be stitched in at the top. Once you have it pulled away, use a sharp knife to cut the stitching and remove the door carpet. Once you reach this point, you have a few options. For best results, we recommend taking the door panel to an upholstery shop to have them re-stitch the Mustang door panel carpet back into place. Another option is to apply spray adhesive to the lower door panel and the backside of the door carpet. The spray adhesive method will not have the longevity that the sewing method will, but will work in a pinch. If you decide to have an upholstery shop stitch the door panel carpet into place, it is still recommended to use spray adhesive for a rock-solid install. Once you have the door panel carpet secured to the front side of your Mustang's door panel, you can turn your attention to the rear. Simply staple the carpet back into place using 1/4" staples, reinstall the door panel, and you're done! Now, just sit back and admire your handiwork!