Dingo’s Premium seat covers have been especially made to withstand many washes. Every wash, like a pair of jeans, softens the canvas, fades the colour and removes a little more of the waterproofing. If you are a little operationally redundant with the washing machine and dryer and dial up full heat, you will have a slightly shrunken seat cover. Don’t stress, a couple of days back on the seat and the covers stretch back into shape.
N.B. TO KEEP YOUR SEAT COVER IN THE SAME CONDITION, WASH ONLY IN COLD WATER, USE A WASHING MACHINE WITHOUT AN AGITATOR.
A machine with a central agitator scuffs the canvas giving a marbled effect. Some people like it, some do not. The canvas will not need re- waterproofing due to Wax Converter’s water proofing process.
WARNING! “Butt saving info”
Canvas colours can rub/transfer to light coloured clothes (dresses). Washing diminishes this effect.
Check that your beloved’s washing machine/dryer will not be damaged by the nickel plated headrest eyelets.
Freshening up your seat covers
Use a soapy (hair shampoo is ideal) sponge to lift grit, grime and sweat out of the canvas. Wipe off with a wet chamois. Allow 30 minutes to air dry.