After soiling your sheepskin seat covers, you may wonder how to clean it. Because sheepskin is delicate, these covers are somehow tricky to clean. However, with the correct procedure and basic learning tools, your seat covers can be clean within no time.
Step 1: Prepare the Seat Covers
Before you apply soap or shampoo, take a sponge and soak in warm water, then start wiping the seat covers. Make sure that the water used is not hot as this can damage the sheepskin. After wiping the covers several times, you can proceed to the next step.
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The type of seat covers for a vehicle should be determined by the kind of work that a driver does. In the case of tradespeople or construction activities, drivers should consider more durable covers due to the frequent in and out movement into the car with a large amount of grit, dirt, and oil on clothing.
Below are the best seat covers that every car owner should consider:
Neoprene seat covers: Neoprene covers are waterproof and create a long-lasting cushioning effect. Neoprene is durable in areas where is high rainfall and for drivers dealing with a lot of water-related activities. These covers are easy to clean and install, although they are not very exciting to the eye.
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Seat covers are great accessories that can simply be installed by DIY. Here are the simple steps to follow while installing vehicle seat covers.
- Remove the headrests
If your car has a headrest covers, slip them on. In step 4, you will be cutting holes of the headrests to put the new covers.
- Slip the cover over the back
Covers are universal, but they must be appropriately fixed so that they snug. Having wrinkled seat covers makes the interior look less appealing. On the back seat, there are two loops that the covers can be slipped. Using a coat hanger, pull the loops from the cover beneath the seat.
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- Secure loops and hooks