Car Seat Covers When Is The Last Time You Looked Closely At Your Car Seat Covers - Back Seat Covers _____________________________________________________________________________________
By Jergous Grill - http://backseatcovers.net/
In 1989 I bought a little Honda CRX. Of course they don't even make them any more, but it was a great car! It ran great and got 45+ miles to the gallon back when it didn't really matter. I remember completely filling it up from empty to full for $10.00! Wow that was a great time to be driving. Now with gas upwards $3.00 a gallon driving isn't as fun as it once was. I'm not trying to get off the subject, my point here is. I wish I still had that car. Do you have a car you wish you still had. Well I kept that car for 5 years and when it was paid off I decided to took at the car and decide if I wanted to keep it or get another car. I really liked the car in fact I loved it. 169,000 hard miles with no problems at all. I had never really looked at the seats in great detail, but as I looked at them I noticed they were worn pretty badly. They didn't have tares or anything, but there were places that were worn so thin you could see the foam up under the covers. There were stains from spill coffee and other drinks over the years as well as some stains that I could never identify.
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I called the Honda dealership and asked about seat covers and the price was ridiculous. Back then the covers were around $1200.00 per seat Ouch! The book value on the car wasn't but about $3000.00. I
know this is trivial, but because the seats were so worn and cost so much to replace, I decided to sell the car and get another one. Hind site is 20/20 they say. As I look back on that little car I wish I had done something smart when I got that car. I wish I would have gotten seat covers to protect them for the first five years. Then I would probably had drove the car another five years. Now I admit at the time I didn't look into alternative kinds of seat covers. Since that time I have done much research on seat covers. A few years ago I took a job doing seat cover installs for a local top shop. I sure learned some lessons while I had the pleasure working there. The best lesson I learned was one day a guy come in with a car he needed a vinyl top put on his car because of some hail damage he had gotten on top of his car. Well I got in his car and when my butt hit the seat - I was like WOW! These were the most comfortable seats I had ever sat on. They were made from sheepskin. The fleece felt so different from anything I had ever sat on. I couldn't believe it. I was instantly in love.
I asked him where he had gotten them from and he told me they were in the car when he bought it. He also said they were his favorite part of the car. On top of that he said he had been driving the car for six years with those same sheepskin seat covers. They looked brand new. I asked him how he kept them so clean and he said they really keep themselves clean. Ive stated in other articles that all you have to do is brush them and they stay clean. This is how I knew to do this.
It was years later before I actually got my own set of sheepskin seat covers, but one thing I have always done ever sense I had the Honda CRX is to have some kind of seat covers that protect my seats. I have consistently drove my vehicles for 200,000 + miles and my seats have always looked good when I did get rid of the car.
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