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Easy to clean seatcovers

I am thinking of doing some seatcovers because I am tired of vacumning out my jeep's coth seats every ride. Are there any cover that you can just wipe off that don't hold all the dust?

I was looking at the Trek ones but couldn't tell.

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Trek armor are probably the best out there.

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I am thinking of doing some seatcovers because I am tired of vacumning out my jeep's coth seats every ride. Are there any cover that you can just wipe off that don't hold all the dust?

I was looking at the Trek ones but couldn't tell.
Trek Armors are the best and most will agree. I have some Duluth Trading Company throw over covers that work great. After wheeling I throw them in the washer. I like my seats uncovered for daily use. The Treks are a more permanent installation. The Duluth covers are made from really tough fire hose material.

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Keep say enough good things about the TrekArmors. Great cover!

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The TrekArmor material has texture that can collect dust but a good slap with the hand sends it airborne, so not really an issue.
My JK sits bikinied most of the year. The biggest drawback from that is seasonal, falling leaves and spiders. A year on now, the seatcovers aren't affected by the weather.
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Trek Armors are the best and most will agree. I have some Duluth Trading Company throw over covers that work great. After wheeling I throw them in the washer. I like my seats uncovered for daily use. The Treks are a more permanent installation. The Duluth covers are made from really tough fire hose material.
Would those be ball room covers. I've got some shirts and pants from them. Good stuff.

Another vote for Trek Armor. Still gets dirt and dust in them. But nowhere near as bad as the stock cloth seats with nothing on them. I'd think the only type that would be wipe and go, would be some of the neoprene ones. Seems like they'd be rather hot though.

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One more vote for Trek Armor. I recommend some UV spray if you're going to run doorless/no top. Mine faded after one summer.

How are you guys cleaning your TrekArmors?

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Would those be ball room covers. I've got some shirts and pants from them. Good stuff.

Another vote for Trek Armor. Still gets dirt and dust in them. But nowhere near as bad as the stock cloth seats with nothing on them. I'd think the only type that would be wipe and go, would be some of the neoprene ones. Seems like they'd be rather hot though.

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everyone here in hawaii is using wet okole covers. i may need to look into trek as a better option
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One more vote for Trek Armor. I recommend some UV spray if you're going to run doorless/no top. Mine faded after one summer.

How are you guys cleaning your TrekArmors?
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