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Unread 02-14-2009, 05:48 PM   #1
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has anybody bought seat covers from www.seatglovers.com..and what do you think?or would coverking be better?

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Unread 02-15-2009, 10:15 AM   #2
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has anybody bought seat covers from www.seatglovers.com..and what do you think?or would coverking be better?
Maybe it's just me, but I prefer the heavy duty canvas and nylon to Neoprene. I've seen people's sweat turn the black into white chalky film that's tough to get out. And you have to spend a lot of time maintaining Neoprene.
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Maybe it's just me, but I prefer the heavy duty canvas and nylon to Neoprene. I've seen people's sweat turn the black into white chalky film that's tough to get out. And you have to spend a lot of time maintaining Neoprene.
ya ive been looking at the bestop nylon ones now, but i just wish they would come in two-color to match my jeep with black+red.
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i purchased the seat glovers for my Tj, and they ripped apart while installing them. It took me over a month to get a refund, after I contacted the BBB, PayPal, and the attorney general's office. The BBB has revoked their membership due to poor customer service. I ordered a set of Wet Okole today, up to 20 days to ship on them. oh boy, we will see.

I have been a scuba diver for 18 years, and know how to take care of neoprene. just take them and dip in some wet suit shampoo or just scrub it on with a soft brush, and hose off in the Jeep. Mirazyme is the best at getting odors out. I have a wet suit which I have used for 5 years now in salt and freshwater, and it still looks like new so these seat covers should hold up just as well if they are constructed well.
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