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#1 Lenny

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Posted 19 July 2011 - 04:07 PM

Hi all bought one of these back seat covers on E-Bay and their really quality stuff compared to the low price you pay,

They have Velcro seems that close around the holes for the head rests and the seat belt socket,
Also have string ties like shoe laces at the back for a snug tight fit,


And the badge in the centre is custom embroidered to your requirements so it takes one week to receive as the Covers are stitched and embroidered to your requirements on the order/Purchase Information,

Custom Seat Cover Link (CLICK HERE)


They're a great Tidy fit as you can see in the pictures below.

And ideal if you have kids with spills and chocolate, ice-cream etc.

Overall credit where it’s due i think this is a quality item and a must for any Ka, Fiesta, or Focus owner.


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#2 Lenny

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 02:18 AM

Update on this rear waterproof seat cover.

Iíve had it fitted almost four months now,
And on close examination itís in as good condition as the first day I purchase,
its completely water proof and has protected the seat beneath many times saving me trips to the Valetta and basically paying for itself,


Iíve just stuck it in the washing machine earlier today @ 30 degrees and its survived no problem,

Left it on cloths line to air dry and then ready for fitting again. B)

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 06:03 AM

I like that I was thinking of getting one, now I have seen them pics I am definertly gonna get one cheers.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:23 AM

I like that I was thinking of getting one, now I have seen them pics I am definertly gonna get one cheers.


Thanks for the comments,

The picture on E-bay doesnít display the cover very well at all,

Iíve also e-mail the seller of this item, a link to the forum, thought they may have copied a picture from the forum, and use it in the e-bay listings I mean Iím no photographer but the pictures i took look better than the listing one, it looks like fake leather.

Only thing with the cover is though, the centre seat belt has no way of looping through the cover,

I personally donít need this seat as no one would fit in it due to the two baby seats in the back,

But to combat this issue I recommend tracing to the bottom of the centre seat belt and unbolting the belt, put it through the new cover and re-bolt it again.
2 minute job and most defiantly worth it.


You wonít need to remove this cover very often as it can be easily wiped clean.

Job Done,B)


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Posted 06 October 2011 - 10:10 AM

Waterproof rear seat cover!!! So what do you get up to in the back of your Focus!!! ;)

(must admit that the 2 baby seats somewhat puts that idea out the window LOL)

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 01:28 PM

Waterproof rear seat cover!!! So what do you get up to in the back of your Focus!!! ;)

(must admit that the 2 baby seats somewhat puts that idea out the window LOL)


Your rite i cant sleep in it, :lol:
Trust me Barry once you have two young kids, and you have seen them come out mate all the testosterone goes in to waxing the car on a Sunday

they like to play throw the Milk bottle Game
after they have played the '' Dad She's Lookin at Me'' Game

also like to chew on Jelly sweets and when its time to swallow it,
they decide they suddenly don't want it and spit it on the seat, :angry:

or look at the floor of the car, instead of looking out the window,
doing this causes them to vomit
knock on effect once one of them gets sick,
the other gets sick at the sight of the first one getting sick.
can you imagine a 7 seater with 6 kids in it :D

there Great fun though,

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 02:32 PM

LOL

I would suggest Showroom shine to waterless wash, polish and wax car in one application but sounds as if you need to spend as much time as possible to reduce those testosterone levels :lol:

Your sig reminds me i must sort out the rear wash wipe pipe rubbing issue!!!

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 05:47 PM

Exactly why I have just ordered one due to two young kids who love to make a great mess in the back. :)

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 06:36 PM

Exactly why I have just ordered one due to two young kids who love to make a great mess in the back. :)



The worst food in the back seat left overnight in the car has to be Sweet&Sour Pringles
there even worse than Mc Donalds in the back of the car,
the smell hangs for days,

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Posted 16 October 2011 - 10:28 AM

Waterproof rear seat cover!!! So what do you get up to in the back of your Focus!!! ;)

(must admit that the 2 baby seats somewhat puts that idea out the window LOL)


On the contrary, I'd think it gives credence to your original enquiry :D

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 11:45 AM

Well Lenny,

Im back :) LOL. Im looking at getting my seats done with a leather cover, was chatting to a taxi driver that done it and looks great and easy to clean rather than the cloth seats.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:13 PM

Well Lenny,
Im back :) LOL. Im looking at getting my seats done with a leather cover, was chatting to a taxi driver that done it and looks great and easy to clean rather than the cloth seats.

Sounds good mate and welcome back.
Is it some place local that does them?

Also i was down your way on 27th december and in kilkenny on new years day,
I must say ; i was in the place 15 minutes and spotted two mk2 focus with MS design body kits fitted a red hatch and sky blue saloon,
I didnt think MS made a saloon kit but looked good.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:20 PM

I must contact him to see because he has a new shape avensis and cost him 200 euro to get the whole car done. It would be way handier for me to keep the cloth seats form staining from the water getting in and out of the car.

Yeah i think the red hatch one actually works here its a nice kit alright.

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:23 PM

If you are looking for some quality fitted seat covers I really do recommend jcseatcovers.co.uk I have purchased a set for my focus and they are a perfect fit, easy to clean and look very smart

Just noticed they actually have my pictures on there website :)

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Posted 07 January 2013 - 12:30 PM

Hello Harrison, mate the site looks very well and the pictures are outstanding, quality looks good. few questions for you tho, are they easy to fit or must I get a tailor to take off old ones and fit these? What brand are yours? Are yours the Black and white ones?

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