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Sheepskin Care Guide

Sheepskin seat covers are a luxurious addition to any vehicle, providing both comfort and style. However, in order to maintain their softness, fluffiness and appearance, they require proper care and maintenance. Here are some tips on how to take care of your sheepskin seat covers:

  • Brush the covers regularly: Use a soft brush or a lint roller to remove any dirt, dust, or debris that may have accumulated on the covers. Brushing the covers will also help to restore their natural fluffiness.

  • Spot clean as needed: If you happen to spill something on your seat covers, immediately wipe the area clean with a damp cloth. For tough stains, you can use a mild detergent mixed with warm water. Be sure to rinse the covers thoroughly and dry them completely before using them again.

  • Air out the covers: If you live in a humid area, or you’ve been using your vehicle for long periods of time, the sheepskin seat covers can become damp and musty. To prevent this, you should air out your seat covers regularly by removing them from the vehicle and leaving them out in the sun for a few hours. This will help to eliminate any odors and freshen up the covers.

  • Avoid using chemical cleaners: Many commercial cleaning products can strip sheepskin of its natural oils, which can cause the leather to dry out and crack. So, use only mild detergent as mentioned above.

  • Proper storage: When not in use, store your sheepskin seat covers in a dry, cool place. Avoid storing them in a damp area, as this can cause mildew to form.

By following these simple tips, your sheepskin seat covers will last for many years and continue to provide both comfort and style. However, it’s worth noting that the lifespan of the sheepskin seat cover is limited and may need to be replaced after a certain period of usage and depending on how well it was maintained.

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