They WILL Protect Your Upholstery, but...
Reviewed By Glenn M (GOLDEN, CO) Reviewed for a 2014 Ford F-150 —4/30/2015 7:55 AM
Installed these on my Wrangler Unlimited and was surprised to read that you must "set" the fabric dye (if it is a dark color) before using them. This involves soaking them in salt water for a half hour and then laundering them. Why not pre-wash this fabric before you actually sew the covers? I cannot explain that. The good news is that they fit and were fairly easy to install. The instructions ask that you stuff a strap into the space at the bottom of the seat back. Not so easy on my Jeep.
Oh no, not again!
Reviewed By Kate S (Santa Barbara, CA) —4/22/2015 4:02 PM
I replaced my front canvas CC with new Covercraft seat covers. The reason for the replacement was that the first seat covers would not cover the seat cushion properly and every time you got in or out of the vehicle the cover would slide off the seat. I wound up using bungee cords under the seat to hold the seat cushion cover in place to keep it from sliding. My husband bought CC covers for his Ford 150. They fit really good so I tried it again. Oh no they are starting to slide off again!