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Old 10-22-2013, 01:15 PM
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Default Seat covers for when I'm sweaty, suggestions?

Coming home from the gym or taking the P!g to Home Depot I can be a little dirty. I know a P!g should like wallowing in the mud but I don't like the sweat on my seats. The Alcantara seats on the GTS probably don't clean up so well either. What suggestions do you folks have for keeping the seats free of sweat? Prefer to have something I can put on/off easily and also be able to toss in the washer. I'm going to try using a large beach towel but in the past that hasn't worked so well, it kept sliding down and with the size of the GTS sport seats I'm not holding out a lot of hope for it to work here either.

Any other suggestions? What do you folks use?
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Bill, for under $35 you can get seat armour.
http://www.seatarmour.com
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Bill, for under $35 you can get seat armour.
http://www.seatarmour.com
Thanks Andy.
Pontiac and Saturn but no Porsche...
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Bill, back in the day, I bought some cotton, slip over covers for my 911. Wonder if this type might still be out there.
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How about one of those bead things?
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Originally Posted by 993BillW View Post
Thanks Andy.
Pontiac and Saturn but no Porsche...
Maybe they can sell you one without a logo. At the end of the day, a seat is simply a seat...no?
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How about one of those bead things?
As long as I don't have to get one of those scented gold crown things too......
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You could always drop trou and wrap yourself in Saran Wrap...
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Aren't there showers in Gyms anymore???
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Hi Bill,
I bought this from the very sponsor of this forum Carid. I bought it because I was picking my son up from swim practice and well he was always wet. I wanted to protect the full natural E/C interior of my new baby from his wet behind! I took it to a embroidery shop and they put a nice red PORSCHE across it and it works just great. Goes on fast, protects the whole surface of the seat and is waterproof. Take a look. Doug http://www.carid.com/universal-seat-...s-1651124.html

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I had these for my 928 and they were great. Gotta get them for the pig as well

http://www.wetokole.com/mm5/merchant...Value=Cayenne+
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Originally Posted by YRUNVS View Post
Hi Bill,
I bought this from the very sponsor of this forum Carid. I bought it because I was picking my son up from swim practice and well he was always wet. I wanted to protect the full natural E/C enterior of my new baby from his wet behind! I took it to a embroidery shop and they put a nice red PORSCHE across it and it works just great. Goes on fast, protects the whole surface of the seat and is waterproof. Take a look. Doug http://www.carid.com/universal-seat-...s-1651124.html
This is what I was thinking of, thanks for the link!

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I had these for my 928 and they were great. Gotta get them for the pig as well

http://www.wetokole.com/mm5/merchant...Value=Cayenne+
These seem to be a cover you put on and leave, I was something I can put on only when I need it. Thanks.
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