Car seat protectors are designed to go under your car child's car seat and protect your car seats from getting damaged over time. They should also help keep your child's car seat safe and secure.
Make Sure It is Crash Tested
When you purchase a car seat protector, you want to make sure that it has been crash tested by the manufactures. You do not every want to use a car seat protector that has not been crash tested. You do not want the car seat protector to interfere with your child's car seat and safety. Look for a car seat protector that has been specifically crash tested to work with your child's car seat. You want to use a seat protector that not only protects the seat in your vehicle, but also protects your child as well.
Go for Extra Traction
When looking at car seat protectors, the best ones have traction pads. These traction pads are on both sides of the car seat protector. The traction pads on the underside of the protector help the car seat protector grip to the upholstery in your vehicle and ensure that the seat protector will not slide around on your seats. The traction pads on the topside of the seat protector help keep your child's car sat in place and ensure that your child's car seat doesn't slip around.
Protect Against Water
Babies and young children are not spill-proof by any means. Your young child or baby could easily spill their milk or juice, or even have an accident or exploding diaper, which is why a car seat protector that is water and stain resistant is the best way to go. A water and stain resistant seat protector will wick away moisture, making accidents easy to clean up. A water and stain resistant seat protector will also insure that liquids are not able to soak through the seat protector and into your seat, damaging it.
Next, make sure any seat protect your purchase provides you with full coverage. The seat protector should extend upward to the full height of your seat. The seat protector should also cover up the entire seat, and should be designed to wrap around and protect the front portion of the seat as well.
A seat cover that provides full-coverage will protect the front of your seat from dirty kids shoes. If you put a seat protector in place, you are going to want to make sure that it protects your entire seat.
Additionally, one-piece car protection covers tend to stay in place better. You don't want the car seat protection cover you purchase to move around on you.
When looking for a car seat protection cover, make sure that it has been safety and crash tested and is compatible with your child's car seat. After that, make sure that it protects against water, has traction pads, and covers up your entire seat.Share