While neoprene seat covers stay busy keeping your seats clean, they’re left to absorb the wipeouts; which leaves many owners asking about how to clean neoprene seat covers.
The Benefits of Neoprene Seat Covers
Cleaning seat covers, especially neoprene seat covers is super easy, really. The actual neoprene material itself is bonded to a nylon outer lining. It’s this nylon lining that not only adds color, it also takes the spills. Luckily, since it’s made of nylon, it’s very hard to stain and easy to clean.
For minor spills, all you really have to do for neoprene car seat covers & truck seat covers is wipe ‘em down with a damp cloth. If the stain is deeper than that, use some wet suit shampoo (neoprene covers are made from wet suit material) on your cloth and wipe away the grime.
Steps to Clean Your Neoprene Seat Covers
Wet Okole seat covers, makers of the first neoprene Jeep seat covers (and any neoprene covers for that matter), recommends that you wash your covers right in place—they’re waterproof after all. Just follow these simple steps:
- Fill your bucket with water
- Add wet suit shampoo
- Use a lint-free cloth to scrub and wash your covers
- Rinse with fresh water
- Towel dry
- Let them air dry completely
Selecting the Right Neoprene Seat Covers for Your Ride
The same process holds true for Coverking Neoprene seat covers, CalTrend NeoSupreme seat covers, and any brand neoprene covers for that matter.
Of course, this process will be easier for some vehicles than others. Jeep Wrangler seat covers will be easier to get to than Ford F150 seat covers or Silverado seat covers, since the vehicle is open. They’ll also dry faster, too. But, no matter what you drive, keep those beachy covers clean and they’ll reward you with years of stylish protection.
We also have tons of neoprene seat covers reviews on our site, be sure to check them out!