How to remove net pockets in rear?

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my dog had an accident on a recent road trip and i was wondering if there is a way to remove the net pockets in the back seat area so i can wash one of them? it looks like the panel surrounding the edge of the netting pops off but i don't want to take a chance at it and end up breaking something if i am wrong. i took out the screw on the bottom but decided not to go further until i checked the forums. i didn't see anything in the search on here, so i would appreciate any help that i can get. i tried cleaning the net with it still on the door and it's just not gonna happen.

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my dog had an accident on a recent road trip and i was wondering if there is a way to remove the net pockets in the back seat area so i can wash one of them? it looks like the panel surrounding the edge of the netting pops off but i don't want to take a chance at it and end up breaking something if i am wrong. i took out the screw on the bottom but decided not to go further until i checked the forums. i didn't see anything in the search on here, so i would appreciate any help that i can get. i tried cleaning the net with it still on the door and it's just not gonna happen.
I would suggest removing the whole panel to see what’s behind the net. That would tell you if there were clips or screws without worrying about breaking anything. I don’t have instructions for removing the whole panel, mind you, but I bet a search would turn those up.
 
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I would suggest removing the whole panel to see what’s behind the net. That would tell you if there were clips or screws without worrying about breaking anything. I don’t have instructions for removing the whole panel, mind you, but I bet a search would turn those up.
thank you very much for your help =)
 

                           






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