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Was about to spray my new truck's cloth seats with Scotch guard, before I do it, has anyone done it? no ill effects I assume?

Sure I want to get covers, but not in my budget right now, a 10$ can of scotch guard works well for small stuff. I bring towels with me when off roading.

Anyone use it?
 

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No but I’ve been using Cabela’s sport covers. Fit loose and easy to take off and throw in the wash. Used them mostly for mountain biking, gets muddy with rain and dusty when it’s dry so it sticks to sweat and also jet skiing to keep the salt off the seat. Not the tight factory look type of cover but inexpensive and easy to use for keeping the seats clean


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Mine have held up pretty decently without any additional weather proofing. I like cloth seats in general better than vinyl or leather but I wish these seats didn't have such deep perforations because they collect stickers and nettles and crap.

I have considered getting loose seat covers as the other poster mentioned though for dirty trips.
 

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Just get some cheap seat covers. I bought the Costco neoprene ones for about $20. Works well. I do a lot of work out of my truck and the seats can get pretty dirty. Pine sap is one of the worse things that get on my seats. No amount of scotch guard is going to protect your seats from that. My dog is another source of mess, that I do not mind having sit in the front seat when I have covers on.
 

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I sprayed mine....there were no stains or anything. I also purchased the specially designed carpet Scotchguard and applied that to the carpeting.
 

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Should be perfectly fine, but I'd advise making sure you don't get overspray on any plastics/trim.
 

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I'm a cloth seat guy, but I went w/ Wet Okole neoprene seat covers. While pricey, the selling point was an optional manually inflatable lumbar support held b/tw cloth seat and seat cover via some adjustable velcro.

I was concerned about the neoprene being too warm during the Summer months, but have not found this to be an issue at all. Great fit!
 

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Make sure they say air bag compatible.

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