How To Make Seat Covers Fit Tight

How To Make Seat Covers Fit Tight And Comfortable

Questions regarding seat covers have been a hot topic for quite some time. There are millions of whats, wheres, whens, and hows out there. 

Most questions revolve around one thing these days: The right way to put a seat cover. Surprised a bit? I was too.

Putting on a seat cover is as easy as it sounds. So, why do a lot of people go crazy over it?

Simple, it’s to mess up too. If you don’t know the proper way of doing it, there’s a good possibility of you leaving it sloppy. For this reason, it’s vital to put on a car seat cover tightly.

I’ve been using an SUV for several years now. At first, I wasn’t able to do it properly. But from time to time, I’ve adjusted to it. And today I’m gonna help you according to my experience.

Let’s get to your step-by-step guide on how to make seat covers fit tight.

Fit Car Seat Covers Properly

Putting on seat covers perfectly isn’t rocket science. In fact, it’s much easier and more time-saving if you follow specific rules. 

First, I’ll help you to put the front seat covers and then the back seat covers. Let’s start.

Front Seat Covers

In terms of putting covers, front seat covers are relatively easier than the back seats. 

First, take out the headrest of your passenger seat and place it somewhere else. Make sure you do it with zero rush. Take all the time you need.

Then, put on the back support section cover. Just carry it over the seat and slide it until it reaches the base.

Lastly, pull the tassels through the front to the resection and tie them together to make the seat cover fit tightly.

Now, it’s time to put covers on the base.

Again, pull it over the seat nice and tight. Make sure it gets to the end of the base.

Then undo the velcro attachment from the tassel, loop it through the opposite side of the cover and attach it back on top of the tassel. Lastly, attach the headrest to its original place.

Voila, you have perfectly set up covers in your passenger seat. Repeat the same process to your driver’s seat and you’ll be done with all the front row seats.

Back Seat Covers

Just like the front seats, the first step will be removing all the headrests here. Now, you can go with your process. 

Once again, you’ll also start putting on the cover from the back support first. Easily slide down the cover until it reaches base while holding the rear seat down.

Since your rear seats have multiple sections, you have to do the process for individual parts. Ensure you put the covers nice and tight.

Once it’s done, you can move on to the base part. Bring out your base covers and firmly put them over your seat.

Make sure you firmly put this through. However, most rear base covers don’t have velcros. So, you have to tighten up with the regular tassels.

If everything is perfectly set, but the headrests back in their place, you’re sort of done.

Wrapping it Up

Seat covers protect your vehicle seats from dust, UV beams, downpour, food spills, and so on. It’s essential for avoiding wear and tear of the car seats in the long run.

However, if you don’t put these nice and tight, your vehicle will look clumsy. For this reason, it’s necessary to put the covers firmly.

In the above article, I tried to give you an idea about how you can make seat covers fit tight. If you’ve gone through the whole article, I believe, you’ll be able to do it perfectly.

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