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The Halfords Car Seat Protector `Rear` will keep your car`s seats squeaky clean.
 
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Would return this product
Posted02 January 2011
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Age Group: 55 - 64
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This product is not of the quality that was once associated with the name Halfords. It may be easy to fit but it does not fit securely and WILL NOT stay in place on most car rear seats; hence is not fit for purpose as a seat protector. There were no instructions for fitting or any explanation of the purpose of the four pieces of bent wire supplied. In terms of its usefulness it is overpriced. I would avoid this product unless you enjoy getting frustrated!!
No, I do not recommend this product.
I like:none that i can think of
I don't like as much:as in the review
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Halfords Value Car Seat Protector `Rear` resists water, mud, animal hairs and food spills!
 

Does it fit the back seat of a Ford Escort?

Does it fit well on the back seats without slipping off all the time?
It's fine as long as you don't intend putting anything or anyone on the seat!
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