Car seat covers help

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Old 10-24-20, 09:51 AM
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Car seat covers help

Soooo complicated! My daughter is obsessed with clean car seats for her 2015 Honda Civic sedan. Seats get dirty with spilled drinks, dog hairs, etc. She has bought several car seat covers the past 5 years. She asked for car seat covers for a birthday present. She wants covers that are machine washable. I can understand why it'd be a birthday present, they can be very expensive!

My quick Google search...seems if they are a good custom fit they are going to be hard to remove even if they are machine washable.

Visa versa, if they are machine washable they won't be a good custom fit.

Any ideas, suggestions, will be appreciated.

Price is no object.



 
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Old 10-24-20, 01:16 PM
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If she is such a clean freak why is she buying and spilling drinks in the car? Stop the drinking in the car and get a small shampoo machine like a Bissell Mean Green Machine!
 
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Old 10-24-20, 01:50 PM
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I think it comes down to which manufacturers bother to list "machine washable" in their specs. Some do, some don't. Almost any seat cover is going to be made of synthetic materials and could be machine washed especially if you are careful.
 
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if price was no object would probably look at vinyl or leather easy to wipe down and clean. as you stated I dont see a washable one thats going to be a good custom fit being very easy to take off to wash.
 
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Maybe Weathertech .....................................................................
 
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Old 10-25-20, 08:32 PM
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in my day we used t-shirts as seat covers. defiantly wash-able.
 
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I saw that at walmart just last week. I had to do a double take as I walked past the car. At first glance the polo shirt looked like a person with the headrest sticking out as the head.
 
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