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What's up everybody. Just bought my first jeep tonight (2015 wrangler sport). I'm a lineman and get pretty damn filthy ( creosote ). I need to get seat covers quick! Any suggestions on brands? A buddy of mine told me to stay away from neoprene. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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+1 on Trek Armor, although mine faded after a couple months of being doorless. I'd recommend using some UV spray.

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I also have the Trek Armor covers and love them! Best seat cover you can buy in my opinion.

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Neoprene leads to the worst swamp ass you could imagine and they tend to fall apart. I hat wet okole neoprene and now I have trek armor and I couldn't be happier with the trek armor
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+1 on Trek Armor, although mine faded after a couple months of being doorless. I'd recommend using some UV spray.
What did you use for uv?
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Not to be a debbie downer but, I see a whole shitpot trek armor likes but no one who said yeah I work with Creosote too and use trek armor. Creosote is not a friendly substance and according to the EPA is hazardous. One of the materials it is compatible with is neoprene....but not very. I'm sure if you've worked around it long you've experienced the lighter fluid burn from the naphthalene and other chemicals contained in it. I'd call trek armor and ask them about creosote. An excerpt from the Coast Guard All-service canister mask; rubber gloves; chemical safety goggles and/or face shield; overalls or a neoprene apron; barrier creams. (USCG, 1999 good luck.
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Not to be a debbie downer but, I see a whole shitpot trek armor likes but no one who said yeah I work with Creosote too and use trek armor. Creosote is not a friendly substance and according to the EPA is hazardous. One of the materials it is compatible with is neoprene....but not very. I'm sure if you've worked around it long you've experienced the lighter fluid burn from the naphthalene and other chemicals contained in it. I'd call trek armor and ask them about creosote. An excerpt from the Coast Guard All-service canister mask; rubber gloves; chemical safety goggles and/or face shield; overalls or a neoprene apron; barrier creams. (USCG, 1999 good luck.

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I bought Rugged Ridge neoprene seat cover because of the price... Bad choice on my part. I've had them for almost a year and they are already coming apart. You get what you pay for... Don't be a cheap ass like I tried to be!!!!! As far as Creosote. Good luck finding something that will hold up to it.
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another vote for Trek Armor....but throw some old sheets over them to protect them from your creosote ass.

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I have el cheapo Cabelas seat covers that are camo and black. They have been on 2 Jeeps so far and work great.

Easy to remove and wash. Has big pockets on the back as well.
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Well then I guess Trek Armour seems to be the popular choice. I've looked at them online and they look good. Thanks for the help.
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wow; all Trek Armor. Except me...I really am happy with my CoverKing Vinyls as they just get hosed-off for dirt and mud and are good looking and tight fitting. They have improved some of the older weak stitchwork and for the cost/sale I couldn't help getting them although alot of folks are not fond of vinyl , it hasn't been an issue for me and these are going on 2 years , no probs for like three-hundred bucks front and back.
frnt( had just installed and hadn't tightened them down really well yet; they hug much closer and have no wrinkles like seen here)

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TrekArmor/Bartact are some of the best out there.
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Creosote?
How about disposable coveralls or disposable seat covers?
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"creosote ass" sounds as tho' not really gonna matter what covers ya got on....they make Depends for the discrete , mature seepage sufferer....


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