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Old 01-06-2017, 04:31 PM   #1
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Seat covers for our Class A..

our 2010 Damon Astoria has about 85000 miles. Our "captain seats" are faux leather and are peeling the plastic/vinyl off the fabric.

Anyone know of a quality seat cover that might fit these seats?
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We have furniture covers bought via QVC for our front seats and a couch. Our need was to minimize wear and tear from our two kitty cats.
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I found some at Advanced Auto parts. They were hard to stretch over the seats and I had to cut holes in the sides so the arm rests could go through, but once I got them on, they look great. Don't remember the brand, but they are two tone and made of stretchy material.

Previously, I had bought a pair from C W (about $80 I think) that were vinyl. Hated them, didn't look right and made you sweat as soon as you sat on them.
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Nothing that would look decent to my eyes. I would bite the bullet and have them professionally recovered with a good grade of faux leather, e.g. Ultraleather. Or see if Flexsteel can provide a factory set (I think Thor uses the cheapest grade from Flexsteel).
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We have furniture covers bought via QVC for our front seats and a couch. Our need was to minimize wear and tear from our two kitty cats.
I have seven cats and their claws are wrecking havoc with the driver and passenger seats. Will be taking the rig to an upholstery shop and have some heavy Naugahyde type slip on covers made. The lounge chair is a fabric LA Z Boy and I have a fuzzy cover for it. Just got a cover for the couch a couple weeks ago. I cover most, but not all of the couch, need to add a couple more pieces to cover the front of the ends. I also have a scratching post and a couple scratching pads.
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Previously, I had bought a pair from C W (about $80 I think) that were vinyl. Hated them, didn't look right and made you sweat as soon as you sat on them.
I tried them too, my problem, besides the terrible looks, was the that my seat belts run through the seat back and I didn't want to cut the cover apart to get them to work. Took them back to CW.
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Search "recovered captains chairs" and I think you you will find some useful information.
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I just ordered new flexsteel captains chair skins as original replacements. You can choose from several material types and many colors. I'm told the performance fabrics like ultra leather won't peel like the cheap original material.
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