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Munchkin Auto Seat Protector, 1 Count
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293 of 305 people found the following review helpful
on September 10, 2008
I ordered this product for my in-laws to put under a booster seat they purchased for my son for when he visits. When they opened the seat protector, the black dye from top layer had bled onto the beige backing which is to be placed against the car's upholstery. We sent digital pictures of the problem directly to Munchkin's customer service dept. The problem was very easily visible in the photos but they requested that we return it so their Product Development Dept. could view the defect. Being a good citizen, I sent the seat protector back immedaitely and asked them to reimburse me for the postage. I got an e-mail from the customer service rep. telling me it's their policy not to issue a refund but, instead, they would send me an age appropriate toy for my child. The cheapest shipping had been more than half the price of the product. I couldn't believe it! After a few more e-mails eventually the customer service representative said a reimbursement for me had been approved by her supervisor but that was almost 3 weeks ago and I haven't received it.

After about 2 weeks, my in-laws finally received a replacement protector that had the EXACT SAME PROBLEM!!!! The customer service rep. assured us that the product had been inspected by their warehouse. The whole situation has honestly been a complete mess.

Please be aware of this problem and think twice about ordering this product espcially if you have light colored covering on your rear seats.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful
on January 26, 2009
I bought this with the expectation that it would protect my leather seats. My leather backseats (light gray leather is not a good color) ended up discolored by the mat on this product.

Fortunately, it did protect from other markings and scratches and I was able to clean my seats well enough. If you have cloth backseats, this would be an ideal solution for protection, but I think overall this product and others like it might be overrated.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on April 18, 2012
I bought these for a brand new 2012 Accord with tan leather. They have been in it for a week. I pulled them out and there is a big dye stain on my new seat. I tried leather cleaner and it will not come off. I chose to ignore the other reviews talking about leaking dye. I suggest you look at other brands.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICEon October 10, 2009
We've had one of these installed on one seat for a few years and the condition of the seat without the seat protector versus the one with the seat protector is obvious. This works.

There are two drawbacks, however:
1) the protector doesn't go high enough up the back. There is still lots of wear on the seat back because of the lack of protection there. This is the biggest disadvantage for me.
2) it makes the seat slipperier. Tight installation of the carseat is more difficult to achieve, although that may be less problematic with newer carseat latch system. I do have the best method for tightening those seats that still use straps for installation. If you have the captain style chairs, install the seat tightly with the chair reclined and then push that seat back up as far as possible and your carseat will not budge, not even a millimeter; and the slipperiness of the seat protector is moot.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2014
WARNING! I had this, "had" being the operative word, but then I attended a car seat installation class for work. It was a three hour class that detailed how to transport children safely. The instructor has taught the class, and teaches other instructors, so I fully trust what he says. He said, in a crash car seat manufacturers would not stand behind their seats if an accessory was used that they did not include with the car seat and or manufacture. This means, if you use this seat protector and are in a crash, you are on your own! The reason is, car seat manufacturers crash test only their seats, they do not include accessories in their tests so they have no way to know how their seat will perform with accessories. If you don't believe me check call the manufacturer of your car seat.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on January 6, 2008
I am impressed with the quality/thickness of this product. However, it is not bulky. Great item for price! I bought this to stop the "drips" from wet shoes that get all over the front of the seat and floor. It is PERFECT for that!! Easy to install, Easy to clean!
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
on November 18, 2007
I bought 2 for my car when I popped out the seats and saw the damage the carseats were doing to the leather. Hubby thought I was crazy until he bought a new car and noticed the same issue with his seats...buying two more for his car.
Highly recommended if you want to keep the value of your car.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on August 5, 2011
This product bleeds dye!! Please save yourself the hassle and dont consider this seat protector if you have light colored seats. I had read one or two reviews that mentioned this but figured I would give it a try anyway and now I have 2 cars with black marks on tan leather.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on May 21, 2008
Not much to say but I wish I had bought this much earlier. Its nice and heavy and helps to prevent the dent in the seat effect from the hard plastic bottom of your baby seat. Also it has a rear flap that goes up so crumbs and liquids don't go right into the space under your seat. Nice product.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 24, 2013
The shape of this protector has worked well with both my Honda bench seat and a Tahoe captain's chair. There is a flap on the bottom in the middle that is meant to tuck into the seat crease, so as to help with upwards or downwards sliding. This didn't tuck in so well with the bench seat, but worked perfectly on the captain's chair. The protector doesn't slide anyways. The nonslip material on the bottom works great. The only think I would change is to make it so that it can be used with a forward-facing seat as well. With a forward-facing seat, the bottom portion of the seat is still surrounded, but the upper back of the child's seat is still pressing into the actual car seat.
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