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Rear seat cover

I am looking at seat covers for my rear seat. The kiddo is wrecking Havoc on the seat. I'm seeing lots of different kinds of covers so thought I would ask if any other parents out there have had success with a seat cover?
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Did you find anything? I'm wondering the same. Platinum Leather with Kids nasty Car Seat don't mix.

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IMHO the only style seat cover to have if you haul dogs or have small children. This + a decent set of all weather floor mats and nothing that causes a stain will ever touch the interior back there again. My 3 yr old got sick and vomited back there the other day. We had to pull the car seat out and take it apart and the cover had to come out but once that was done you couldn't really tell that anything happened in the truck. My dog used to get car sick and puked back there pretty much every time we took her out, even for 10 minutes. None of it ever touched the seats or floor of the truck.

Just Un clip half of it and fold up if you get adult human passengers back there.

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Hey @ kunnen026,

We'd recommend you to go with a set of Cordura Ballistic Custom Seat Covers, those are one of the most durable covers available on the market nowadays. Not only they could protect your seats in the toughest environments and withstand the severe daily abuse you or your kid are going to put them through, but will also add a stylish attitude to your interior. They are ideal for both family vehicles and off-road trucks. Custom-tailored seats for 1st and 2nd rows are available. They are easy to clean with soap and water or a mild upholstery cleaner.

Follow the link to find prices and other important details on this set: https://www.carid.com/2017-toyota-tu...254626172.html

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I looking at this one for the 2 dogs, still allows you to put armrest down and seats up without messing with the cover and I think its waterproof or resistant as well.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07658LQ96...v_ov_lig_dp_it
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Hey @ kunnen026,

We'd recommend you to go with a set of Cordura Ballistic Custom Seat Covers, those are one of the most durable covers available on the market nowadays. Not only they could protect your seats in the toughest environments and withstand the severe daily abuse you or your kid are going to put them through, but will also add a stylish attitude to your interior. They are ideal for both family vehicles and off-road trucks. Custom-tailored seats for 1st and 2nd rows are available. They are easy to clean with soap and water or a mild upholstery cleaner.

Follow the link to find prices and other important details on this set: https://www.carid.com/2017-toyota-tu...254626172.html

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Do those covers allow access to the LATCH attachments at the bottom of the rear seat backs? Lots of the covers I've tried didn't.
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The one I posted does allow for latch access for car seats.
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