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Golf Cart Seat Covers


When you are in the market to purchase golf cart seat covers, you need to consider several factors. You will need to find a reputable dealer that sells golf cart seat covers. The dealer does not have to specialize in this item, but sometimes it can be helpful to the consumer. A specialized dealer will have access to a higher quality supplier and a greater variety of materials.

It is important to remember that golf cart seat covers need to be made to fit your particular make and model of golf cart. There are Universal Fit Seat Covers, but you should still verify with the dealer that your particular model can use this product. Upholstery needs to do more for you than just look good. The upholstery needs to be durable and look good. You should shop around until you find a high quality selection of fabrics in a variety of styles.

You should ask the dealer that you are using how much foam backing they will use on the golf cart seat covers. Foam backing is important for added comfort. A comfortable seat will be more enjoyable.

When you have made all of your decisions and have bought your golf cart seat covers, you will need to prepare your golf cart for installation. A Universal Fit Seat Cover installation is pretty straightforward. You will need to remove the headrests from your cart. You will need to pull the seat cover over the top of the seat and pull it down over the seat. The bottom of the seat cover should fit snugly over the seat bottom.

An "S" hook should be provided with your golf cart seat cover and you should fasten the elastic straps under seat with supplied "S" hooks. Tie the supplied cord in position to ensure that the seat cover is held in shape. With a razor blade, cut small holes for your headrest or latches only after the golf cart seat cover is completely installed. After the holes are made, re-insert the headrest into your seat.

To maintain the quality of your golf cart seat covers, periodic and timely maintenance is required. Liquid stains should be allowed to dry and then cleaned with a sponge and a common household detergent. Dirty oil and grease stains should be first spot cleaned with a cleaning fluid containing Naptha to remove the solvent soluble matter. Any stain residue should be cleaned by an upholstery or rug shampoo.

It is always best to use a carpet cleaner on the Seat Cover while it is on the seat. That way you will avoid unnecessarily taking your golf cart seat covers off and on the seat. Always read the instructions carefully before cleaning any seat cover fabric to make sure that it is compatible with the fabric being cleaned.

Your golf cart seat covers dealer will let you know the fabric type at time of purchase. Even though manufacturer instructions are pretty clear about what fabrics can and cannot be cleaned with their product, always clean or test a small area of your golf cart seat covers before applying large amounts of cleaner.

Submitted by:

Chuck Brusser

Chuck Brusser works as a golf cart technician for various country clubs around his home. For his work, he finds it advantageous to keep a notebook on the common problems and fixes of the various brands and models that he works on. At http://www.allsportnews.com , he makes this information open to the public to facilitate the evaluation of the different models of golf carts.









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