Blog Posts - Car Seat



How to Remove an Indentation From Leather Seats

Indentations in leather car seats are a frequent problem. Boxes, groceries, keys and even cell phones can cause dents to appear in the surface of the seats. These dents often occur due to the leather stretching out from the pressure of the object. Re...

How to Shampoo Car Upholstery

Shampooing the upholstery in the car is a simple process that almost anyone can do. Rather than taking your car to be detailed, which can be expensive, you can clean your car upholstery on your own if you have your own carpet shampooer. Just make sur...

How to Soften Hard, Weathered Leather Car Seats

Leather car seats are a popular option for car owners and buyers. Many people like the natural feel and texture of leather. Leather is also more comfortable than other forms of upholstery such as vinyl or cloth. However, leather requires proper care...

How to Clean Heated Leather Car Seats

New leather seats are a luxury many car owners want to protect. To keep leather seats looking their best, proper maintenance is required. Leather seats require cleaning, conditioning and care to avoid premature cracking, ripping and wear. Heated leat...

How to Get Gum Off Cloth Car Seats

Gum stuck on anything is a messy situation to deal with. Having it on your cloth car seat can not only ruin a car interior but stick to anyone who uses the seat from that point on. Removing the gum is necessary, but ruining the upholstery is not an o...

How to Repair Car Seat Cushions

The upholstery inside a vehicle can take just as much wear and tear as the rest of the car. Unlike the mechanical features of your vehicle, repairing upholstery can usually be done without the need of a mechanic and an expensive repair bill. Small ho...

How to Sew Car Upholstery

Car interiors that are used regularly and for long periods of time will start to show wear. Small tears or fraying of the upholstery might occur on car seats and lead to the padding coming out. However, you can stitch up any holes in the car upholste...

How to Remove the Front Seat of a Saturn SL1

You may need to remove one of the front seats in your Saturn SL1 for a number of reasons. If you want to replace the carpet on the vehicle’s floorboard, you’ll need to remove one or both of the seats. Old or broken car seats can be replac...

How to Get Grease Off of Car Leather Seats

There are many different substances that might get spilled on your car seats. Some can be brushed away without a thought, but others can leave a nasty, unsightly stain behind. If you find a grease stain on your car seats, you need to act fast. The so...

How to Repair a Scratch on a Leather Car Seat

Many cars come with seating that is made of leather. Leather seating is not difficult to maintain, compared to other materials, and adds a vintage appeal. Over use and time though, leather car seating can become scratched. It is imperative to repair...

How to Clean Urine Stains From Car Upholstery

Maybe it was your dog. Maybe it was your baby. Whichever it was, now you have urine stains on your car’s upholstery and maybe even the odor of the urine as well. If you get to work on it quickly and use the right kind of cleaner, you stand a ch...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

How to Maintain Toyota Leather Seats

Leather seats are typically available in luxury cars, and consumers often spend a premium for the comfort and aesthetics of having leather seats. It is important to maintain your Toyota’s leather seats so you can preserve the look of your car f...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

How do I Remove Front Car Seats?

Many car owners prefer to do their own maintenance. Whether you want to install new carpet, reupholster your seats, or install new seating, this task can be accomplished with a few basic skills. Seat Types and Tools The front seats in your car may be...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

The Car Seat Protector by Cruisy Kids Will Help Keep my Van Nice! #CruisyKids

My Thoughts We bought a new van last year and unfortunately, it has tan seats. With three kids, you can just imagine the damage! It’s really hard to keep the van clean and the seats are even harder. With two in boosters and one in a car seat, I...
by The IE Mommy on Dec 31, 2014

How to Remove the Center Console in a 2009 Acura MDX

The 2009 MDX, produced by Acura, is a mid-size, luxury sport utility vehicle. The 2009 model is the second generation model of the MDX, and includes cruise control and third-row seating. The center console in your 2009 Acura MDX houses your vehicle&#...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

How to Replace Car Carpet With Rubber Flooring

Whether you use your vehicle for work or have young children or pets, automobile carpet may not hold up well over time. Replacing the carpet with rubber flooring may be an ideal solution. Fortunately, you can purchase rubber floor kits that allow you...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

How to Get a Leather Car Seat to Stop Ripping

Caring for your vehicle is an essential component of maintenance. As a vehicle owner, you should invest time and money into the generally upkeep of your car. This includes protecting the leather interior. Tears, or rips, in a leather seat can severel...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

How to Get Dried Hairspray Off Leather Car Seats

Whether you are a driver on the go who applies a lot of hairspray while in your car, or you’ve had a container of hairspray leak onto your leather car seats, you know it’s difficult to remove the sticky mess. Some products for cleaning car uphols...
by Auto Service and Repair Review on Dec 31, 2014

Life’s Better with an Ingenuity Car Seat and Stroller

One of my favorite brands of baby products is Ingenuity! I have been a diehard fan ever since I tried the Playard that is machine washable several years ago. At my house, not only did we feel it was a smart solution, it was an instant hit! The NEW In...
by Parent Palace on Dec 7, 2014

The First Years True Fit IAlert C685 Car Seat Review

Musjack.com – The True Fit I Alert features an integrated monitoring system that connects and communicates with most smart phones. Once you purchase the True Fit I Alert, download the application, register and set up your seat and you are ready...


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