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1st Gear

Hi. I am looking for a car seat company which deals with this kind of car seat for the car.

Is there anyone in Spore who does it?

 

http://articles.sae.org/11983/

 

Thanks!

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Supersonic

You can try Jackspeed.. heard that they are quite good.. as for pricing I'm not too sure.

Also, lobang for leather can be found in the marketplace section :) Cheers

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5th Gear

I have yet to encounter this material. So I believe fabric more suitable for our climate than leather.

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Supercharged

Fabric is good as not as hot but only easy to get dusty or get dust into upholstery material. but When beat the seat w hand will cause fine dust to escape. Mayb use rainbow vibrating vacuum?

 

Another option mayb adopt two tone like vezel s.

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5th Gear

Fabric is good as not as hot but only easy to get dusty or get dust into upholstery material. but When beat the seat w hand will cause fine dust to escape. Mayb use rainbow vibrating vacuum?

 

Another option mayb adopt two tone like vezel s.

Your car not installed with air-con or you prefer natural ventilation? How the dust got inside?

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Turbocharged

Your car not installed with air-con or you prefer natural ventilation? How the dust got inside?

If you never own a car before don't come here and talk cock like a child.

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5th Gear

If you never own a car before don't come here and talk cock like a child.

You mean toy car? [confused]

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Fabric is good as not as hot but only easy to get dusty or get dust into upholstery material. but When beat the seat w hand will cause fine dust to escape. Mayb use rainbow vibrating vacuum?

 

Another option mayb adopt two tone like vezel

Leather seats are more resistant to spills and wet stuff, especially if you have a baby on board. As for the heat, it's not so bad until scorching lah.

 

Just wipe and vac, viola done. Fabric the liquid will seep in and if it's colored like milk, will need more effort to clean.

 

And yes, fabric seem to attract more dust.

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5th Gear

And yes, fabric seem to attract more dust.

 

Agree. Static electricity.

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3rd Gear

Related question : what leather conditioner should be used with synthetic leather? The same ones for genuine leather?

 

Thank you.

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Supercharged

Leather seats are more resistant to spills and wet stuff, especially if you have a baby on board. As for the heat, it's not so bad until scorching lah.

 

Just wipe and vac, viola done. Fabric the liquid will seep in and if it's colored like milk, will need more effort to clean.

 

And yes, fabric seem to attract more dust.

Bro, chill. I know u know cos we own colt or cpt, wc came in fabric seats.

 

Tks for speaking up.

 

Side note, ownerdriver may own cars only w leather seats.

Your car not installed with air-con or you prefer natural ventilation? How the dust got inside?

answered by bros above oredi.

 

U should observe the dashboard will become dusty over time regardless of how infrequent u open the doors or wind down the windscreens. We r not living in clean room environment.

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5th Gear

Bro, chill. I know u know cos we own colt or cpt, wc came in fabric seats.

 

Tks for speaking up.

 

Side note, ownerdriver may own cars only w leather seats.

answered by bros above oredi.

 

U should observe the dashboard will become dusty over time regardless of how infrequent u open the doors or wind down the windscreens. We r not living in clean room environment.

So sorry, I had no idea your cars can have so much dust. That means I always park at the right dust-less places. [lipsrsealed]

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Supercharged (edited)

So sorry, I had no idea your cars can have so much dust. That means I always park at the right dust-less places. [lipsrsealed]

Perhaps u should leave the dash unwiped for the next few weeks, n also chk out the crevice between seat pad n seat back among other unseen places in ur ride. Edited by Fuelsaver

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1st Gear (edited)

Coming back to my first question on this thread- I am looking for synthetic leather seats.

Does anyone know which company offers that?

 

I can't use fabric. I have fur-kids and they are generous with their fur.

Leather looks and feels nice but am trying for non-animal products.

One alternative is this one http://articles.sae.org/11983/

 

 

Thanks!

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5th Gear

Perhaps u should leave the dash unwiped for the next few weeks, n also chk out the crevice between seat pad n seat back among other unseen places in ur ride.

I believe the upholstery guy only wipe once in a few years. My car like sealed against dust ingress. [:p]

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Turbocharged (edited)

Coming back to my first question on this thread- I am looking for synthetic leather seats.

Does anyone know which company offers that?

 

I can't use fabric. I have fur-kids and they are generous with their fur.

Leather looks and feels nice but am trying for non-animal products.

One alternative is this one http://articles.sae.org/11983/

 

 

Thanks!

 

Jackspeed has that, but the price between half leather (only areas that have contact with your body is leather) and synthetic is insignificant - $200

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