4/02/2018

Big Ant Car Seat Covers


As a family of four, two kiddos under the age of 11, the seats in our car get pretty stained and dirty. It happens often. It's a pain to keep cleaning. 
Luckily, now I have a set of seat covers from BigAnt.


They came inside of this nice big storage pouch. You can always put them back in here if you remove them from your seats.


They come with a handy illustrated guide, but there is a link on the sheet that will take you to an installation video on YouTube. 

This set came with two front seat covers, a two piece set for the back, as well as head rest covers. This works best in cars that have removable head rests, and may or may not fit seats without. 


This is a before picture of the front seat.


Here is the after photo.

By the way, we have a Nissan Versa that I put them in. The front seats do not have removable head rests, but the seats were short enough for the covers to still fit over them completely. In the back of those front seats, there is a pocket on each one. 






The back seat covers are in two pieces---one for the bottom and one for the top. There are also zippers on the bottom piece to adjust to your seat.
I think that if you have seat that folds down, it may be way easier to adjust the covers. Ours does not fold down, but I was still able to put the covers on.






There are straps along the edges of the seat covers, as well as little hooks to secure them on the seats better. The hooks are optional. I was able to secure mine by sticking the material underneath and around each seat. The covers have not budged, so I'm not complaining. 
I like the design and thickness of these covers. I do feel that they provide a decent amount of protection on the seats from spills, stains,  lint, pet hair, and more. 

I made a short unboxing video to show you how they looked before and after, on our seats. 


They can be purchased on Amazon.
Disclaimer: I received this product in exchange for my unbiased review.