Q: Are the seat covers made to fit my vehicle?
A: We offer a variety of semi-customized seat covers to fit most makes and models. Rather than by specific makes and models, our seat covers will fit your car based on specific features, such as side airbags and rear-split benches. For a complete run-down on our product features, click here, or feel free to contact one of our experienced representatives to help you pick the best seat covers for your vehicle.
Q: Why are your seat covers so much cheaper than other seat covers on the market?
A: Quality seat covers don’t necessarily have to come with a hefty price tag. Our lower prices boil down to two main points: 1.) We have our own manufacturer overseas that produces all of our products directly; and 2.) our semi-customized fit allows us to save time and resources via mass production. Our cost-effective business model allows us to create a more budget-friendly option to other seat covers on the market without sacrificing quality, so we can pass the savings on to the consumer – that’s you!
Q: I have armrests on my front seats. Will your seat covers still fit?
A: Our seat covers are specifically designed to not interfere with armrests. Just remove the armrests when you install the seat covers, and put them back when you’re done. It’s that easy. For more detailed instructions, check out our installation instructions. Please note that at the moment, armrest covers are not included in our seat cover sets or accessory sets, but you can buy them separately here.
Q: What is the difference between deluxe, synthetic, and exquisite leather?
A: Deluxe leatherette is made with a higher percentage of PU leather than synthetic leather. In other words, deluxe leatherette is closer to the real thing. Exquisite leatherette is a mix of leatherette and PVC.
Q: I have heated seats. Will your seat covers affect this?
A: Our seat covers work on heated seats without a problem so you can look cool and stay cozy.
Q: Are your seat covers machine washable?
A: Most of our seat covers are machine washable, except for synthetic leather covers. Those are waterproof and can be cleaned by gently wiping with a leather cleaner.
Q: My car has side-impact airbags. Are your seat covers compatible with this?
A: While we do offer airbag-compatible seat covers, not all of our products have this feature. By selecting your year/make/model of your vehicle from the drop down menu in our header, you can make sure you’re looking at seat covers that will work with all the features of your seats.
Q: My rear seat is a split bench. Are your seat covers compatible with this?
A: While we do offer split-bench compatible seat covers, not all of our products have this feature. By selecting your year/make/model of your vehicle from the drop down menu in our header, you can make sure you’re looking at seat covers that will work with all the features of your seats. All of our split-bench compatible seat covers are designed to work with 40/60, 50/50, and 40/20/40 split divisions and also work with fold-down cup holders, armrests, and consoles.
Q: I have a new model vehicle. Do you have covers for it yet?
A: One of the perks of our business model making semi-customized seat covers is that our products can fit a large range of vehicles. Since our seat covers are compatible with features rather than year/make/model, we can offer a wider range of designs to everyone. If you’re unsure if our seat covers will fit your new vehicle, feel free to contact us so we can help you.
Q: Are your seat covers difficult to install?
A: Our seat covers are fairly easy to install, but the installation may vary from model to model. Most of the front seat covers are simple slip-ons; some rear seats require removing or lifting the seats from the vehicle. We offer installation instructions here. Feel free to contact our knowledgeable customer service representatives for more information.
Q: Are there openings/holes on the seat covers for headrests and seat belts?
A: In order to support more model/year/make, our seat covers don’t come with pre-cut holes on them. However, this is fairly simple. For headrest and seat belt, first, make sure the installed backrest cover is aligned and fitted completely to your satisfaction, and then all you need to do is cut two tiny bit holes on top of the backrest cover where the headrest needs to be inserted. As for the seat belt, make sure you pull out the seat belt first, and then cut a small slit from the top edge of the backrest cover and release the seat belt back into place. Don’t worry, the seat cover’s material will not rip or tear. We have installation video available here whenever you need it.