Top Paw Bench Seat Protector
Doesn't stay in place
I was debating buying a seat cover, but with two dogs I was cleaning my backseat at least once a week.
On the positive side, this cover has washed up well for me. I usually do not put in the dryer, but rather drape it over a rail on my porch to dry. That helps prevent the backing from coming apart.
The big problem I have is that there is nothing to secure it to the seat. With the dogs moving around in the back, the cover does not stay on thus defeating its purpose. I even went out and purchased luggage straps to try and tie it down. That has helped but has not completely solved the problem.
July 15, 2014
It won't stay and barely covers the backseat of my car, which is a small car at that. My dog is not large, she's medium-sized. But she makes it move all over the place cuz there's nothing to hold down the bottom (it's not like the hammock one which wouldn't have that problem)
May 20, 2013
waste of money
Bought one of these at the local PetSmart, should have known better as it was the last one, in a beat up box. It seemed like an ok product until it needed washing and all the plastic backing fell apart.
September 27, 2011
the concept is simple enough, straps attach to the headrest, little Velcro slits that open up and allow the seat belt buckles to pull through the protector and the seat belt helps hold the sides of the protector down. I'm just happy that it keeps my seats mud/dirt/hair free. Also when it gets dirty you can just throw the whole thing in the washer to clean it; cheaper and easier than cleaning your car. I like the little clip straps that you can attach a dogs harness to... just makes sure your dog won't chew up the harness lead... I learned that the hard way and had to buy a new harness. Overall I think its a really great product for the money, too bad I couldn't find one that actually matched my car's interior color, but I don't mind the tan.
November 23, 2010