Cleaning: Promptly wipe up any foreign matter or standing liquid. Machine wash cover in a commercial size front-load washing machine. Use cold water with a mild detergent. Line dry.
Always make sure the cover and vehicle seat are dry before installing the seat cover.
The cover is held in place at the top by two adjustable straps which go around the rear headrests. Lay the cover in place on the seat, loop the straps over the headrests and adjust length for best fit.
Locate two white plastic tubes sewn to the back of the cover. Push each tube into the gap between the seat back cushion and seat bottom cushion. The tubes can be removed with a strong tug, but hold firmly enough to keep the cover in place under normal use. Stretch the elastic panels found on the front corners of the cover over the seat. Find the two straps sewn to the front edge of the cover and pass each under one of the front corners of the seat and connect to the plastic adjustable anchors found on the sides of the cover (use of these is optional and might not work on some models if the seat is mounted to the vehicle floor).
Side vents and seat-belt “keepers”: The cover includes two side vents with brass snap along each side and two fabric strips with hook-and-loop tape in each upper corner. These can be used to hold a seat belt if it is not being used. The effect of this is to better keep the outer edges of the seat cover in place.
Seat belt slits: The cover also includes two slits which allow seat belt buckles to pass through. These slits are oversized to fit all vehicle configurations. If not using seat belts, we suggest stowing the buckles under the cover and closing the flaps to keep debris from falling through the slits.