Monday, May 16, 2011

CleanSeat Vehicle Seat Protector Review

It seems like it's been awhile since I've done a product review but I felt compelled to do so for the CleanSeat Vehicle Seat Protector because I don't know how I ever lived without it. Okay, that seems kinda dramatic because I know exactly how I lived without one. Namely using old towels haphazardly secured by tucking it under my headrest and such. It never stayed of course so my seat almost always got sweat on it. I wouldn't care so much until one day I noticed that my car was developing a funky odor. So I took my car to the car-wash and on one random trip to RoadRunner I happened upon this seat cover. I got it without thinking twice because I figured that if I hated it that I would just return it. That never happened because I really love this thing. I have leather seats in my car and on cold mornings this makes getting into my car in tempo shorts feel less chilly. And afterwards when I am sweaty it serves to protect my car seat like no body's business. Plus it goes on and off easily. It has an opening at the top that you drape over your headrest and some bands on each side to secure on the part of the seat where your shoulders normally rest. It has these little rubber dots on over the underside to keep it from sliding around on your seat. I've never had a problem with sliding.

The great thing about this is you can use this to protect your car seat from pets, baby car-seats, messy kids, coming back from a mud run or returning from the beach or pool. Oh and when I said "messy kids" I was actually referring to the bf because he is the messiest person I know. Actually no, my little sister dirties the heck out of my car too. My poor car!

Teddy: Momma I didn't want to be the one to tell you this but you stink when you come back from running around outside! I'm glad you got this seat cover so now at least the car smells better when I go for car-rides. Whaddya say, go for a ride now??


Nobel4Lit said...

I'm wondering if the Bru-noch' will sit in the front safely so I can use mine when transporting him instead of the back seat.

Glenn Jones said...

Now if someone would just invent something to keep the sweat stains off my seat belt.....