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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 07-07-2014 Thread Starter
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Seat cover install with 5.0 Convertible problem

I bought a complete set of neosupreme seat covers for my car from CalTrend. I am happy with the seat covers for the most part. The issue I have is with the rear seat cover that fits the back part of the seat.

The attachment for the top part of the cover (behind and below the headrests) is a velcro strip with adhesive on it. The adhesive doesn't stay attached to the back of the seat when I have the top down on my car. So when I look back I see material flapping in the wind between the head rests.

I need a better way to attach that portion of the seat cover to the seat. Any one else with this problem? Anyone have any ideas?

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Go to Walmart and get some fabric glue,and glue your Velcro strip with that,your problem should be solved!

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Thanks for the idea. I will definitely try that. Now I just have to find a place to do some custom embroidery and I will be all set!
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