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post #1 of 11 Old 05-04-2016, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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What are the best accord seat covers?

So I have a new 16 Accord and I need to get some seat covers for the front and back. I have some messy kids. What do you recommend?

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Wet Okole. I purchased some Shear Comfort neoprene covers and they were decent. But they don't come close to Wet Okole in material and design. Be forewarned, they are a pain to install. Rear seats have to come off; there's no way around that. If you unbolt the front seats, it makes it easier. You don't have to remove the front seats. Just get to where the fronts seats can tilt back, which means remove the front bolts and loosen the back bolts.

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Do not permit food or drink in your car except water...then you wont have to buy seat covers. Just use scotch guard on your seats. (If they are cloth that is.)
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Do not permit food or drink in your car except water...then you wont have to buy seat covers. Just use scotch guard on your seats. (If they are cloth that is.)
That makes for a LOOOONG road trip lol

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Kids should obey, not be pacified and the car be punished in the midst. LOL...so off topic.
I have a son and i don't allow food or drinks in my 2015 EX, only water.
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Kids should obey, not be pacified and the car be punished in the midst. LOL...so off topic.
I have a son and i don't allow food or drinks in my 2015 EX, only water.
Same here......I don't want my car to look like my wife's Outback lol.
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How much do you want to spend? Are you just looking for protection? You can get leather covers with exceptional fit but they are expensive.

I was just looking for protection so I used the OEM Honda accessory covers for the rear. They were easy to install and have worked great. I purchased them from Bernardi Parts who price matched another website and they were delivered quickly. Around $200 for the rears.

For the fronts I used CoverKing CR grade Neoprene covers (not Neosupreme). They are the diversuit material. I have a chocolate lab and teenagers so I figured the diversuit material is a good choice because it looks upscale while still durable. It's not just about spills, the kids have a habit of throwing their school and sports gear in the rear seat where the covers take all of the abuse. They offer good protection the fit was custom (with side airbag cutouts) and they were easy to install. I feel that they were a good choice at this price point (around $200 from Autoanything with a coupon).

I have also used this combination on my wife's CRV. The install was even easier on that vehicle especially for the rear seats.

Another forum member, Dieselworld put up a video of his install of the Wet Okoles which was a little more involved than my install but didn't look difficult. They look to be good quality and what I like is that they come with a cover for the center console which gets a lot of wear.

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Kurgo makes nice covers, I use one on the back seat for my dog and it has held up really well protecting the back from mud and one or two LARGE piles of vomit

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Thanks for the replys. The covers are not just for food, my kids play sports and other activities. Somehow on our last road trip I magically got pen on the backseat from them just doing homework. Don't forget adults can be pretty messy too, lol.
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