Heavy Duty Car Seat Covers £4.99 from 14th at Aldi
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Heavy Duty Car Seat Covers £4.99 from 14th at Aldi

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Found 7th Aug 2014
Protect your car seats from mud, grass, rain and general wear and tear.

Water and stain resistant
Easy-to-clean
Side airbag compatible
Choose from: 2 Front Seat Covers (3 designs) or Rear Seat Cover

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Great deal! I go mountain biking a fair bit. I stick the bike on the roof, but my muddy body has to sit in the car! For a fiver these look ideal.

maybe a lame question, but does anyone know how can I find out whihc ALDI store near me sells such stuff and which ones don't.

I have been to couple of stores which sell only food, etc.

Thanks

thearbiter65

Great deal! I go mountain biking a fair bit. I stick the bike on the … Great deal! I go mountain biking a fair bit. I stick the bike on the roof, but my muddy body has to sit in the car! For a fiver these look ideal.


I have bought similar "water resistant" covers for the same purpose in the past and in my experience they quickly get saturated and stain the seats underneath if you sit on them in wet cycle gear for any length of time. "100% waterproof" covers are a safer bet. A single waterproof cover will set you back much more, but these are worth a punt for a fiver.

chefjeegar

maybe a lame question, but does anyone know how can I find out whihc ALDI … maybe a lame question, but does anyone know how can I find out whihc ALDI store near me sells such stuff and which ones don't.I have been to couple of stores which sell only food, etc.Thanks



You sure? I've never been to an Aldi which didn't sell this stuff. It's usually in the aisles in the middle of the store

gareth9177

I have bought similar "water resistant" covers for the same purpose in … I have bought similar "water resistant" covers for the same purpose in the past and in my experience they quickly get saturated and stain the seats underneath if you sit on them in wet cycle gear for any length of time. "100% waterproof" covers are a safer bet. A single waterproof cover will set you back much more, but these are worth a punt for a fiver.



If needed what you can do is use black binbag plastic under the seat cover... the seat cover should stop it bunching up and moving about, ant it wont make rustling noises either!

rendeverance

If needed what you can do is use black binbag plastic under the seat … If needed what you can do is use black binbag plastic under the seat cover... the seat cover should stop it bunching up and moving about, ant it wont make rustling noises either!



I used those plastic seat covers garages use when they have your car, for when I've been MTB'ing, they work great and are free from my local garage. Might get some of these to use over the top as it's a bit nasty sitting on plastic for a 40 min drive home.

Great deal. Thanks.

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I used those plastic seat covers garages use when they have your car, for when I've been MTB'ing, they work great and are free from my local garage. Might get some of these to use over the top as it's a bit nasty sitting on plastic for a 40 min drive home.

Yep I do the same you can buy 100 in a roll for about £10
Edited by: "Hoppie" 8th Aug 2014

chefjeegar

maybe a lame question, but does anyone know how can I find out whihc ALDI … maybe a lame question, but does anyone know how can I find out whihc ALDI store near me sells such stuff and which ones don't.I have been to couple of stores which sell only food, etc.Thanks



Look amongst the 'etc.', from 14th.

Hi has anyone else who bought these recently had problems fitting them or am I the lone dunce?

They have loops at various places around the outer edge but that's all...just loops...I don't know what to attach the loops to or how. I keep expecting to see a plain strip to thread thru the loop or at least some clue on how to make these pesky things stay put. I

like the material & colour n all but until / unless I figure out how to fit them, they're going to be a waste of £10 (got both front & back sets but have yet to progress beyond the drivers seat)

I have to assume I'm missing something very obvious so would be most grateful to anyone prepared to spare a few moments to enlighten me!

Instructions weren't supplied and probably shouldn't be any more necessary for a car seat cover than they are for a cushion cover but I clearly would have benefited from written guidance!

TIA

I bought these but had to return them as they were far too small.
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