We’re proud to bring you a Made In Michigan product, produced by a family business that has specialized in automotive and marine upholstery since 1979!

Can I Pay Directly On The Site?2020-07-22T08:57:39-04:00

Once you press checkout you will be redirected to an easy PayPal payment solution. Their site is secure and up to date with all the latest security advancements.

Why do I have to enable cookies in my Internet browser to place an order on your site?2020-03-29T13:26:09-04:00

Cookies are used on e-commerce sites such as ours, because they are required for the shopping cart to work. Cookies are a small file that holds information, like the item you are ordering, so that it can place it into a shopping cart, and are only used by the site that generates them. They are not malicious software. To read more about this, please visit: How Stuff Works.

If you would prefer to order by phone, you can contact us at 586-939-933

What is something goes wrong with my SeatSaver?2020-03-29T13:24:26-04:00

Our product is fully Guaranteed. Click here for more information.

Can the SeatSaver be shipped to Canada?2020-03-29T13:23:47-04:00

Can the SeatSaver be shipped to Canada?
Yes, we’d be happy to ship to Canada! However, we cannot accept funds for Canadian orders through the web site. Orders will be processed over the phone. Please call 586-939-9330 to place the order. Thanks!

Can I get the SeatSaver with a custom binding color?2020-03-29T13:21:25-04:00

Custom binding colors are subject to availability, at additional cost, and will take an additional 5-7 days to process. Please contact us for color options available at this time. Thanks!

Is there a SeatSaver retailer near me?2020-03-29T13:20:30-04:00

Here’s a list of retailer¬†outlets.

What are the dimensions of a SeatSaver?2020-03-29T13:19:45-04:00

They are approximately 17″x17.5″<

What does the SeatSaver do?2020-03-29T13:19:05-04:00

The SeatSaver is designed to provide protection to your boat seats, preventing the seams from ripping or tearing due to continued stress at the point where your passengers typically board/disembark from the boat.