For Saddle Blanket, Velour, and Tweed: Hand wash the custom seat covers in cold water, using mild detergent. Drip-dry only. No bleach or bleach products.
Dura EZ Care and Camo: Use a damp cloth or light brush to get the stains out of the custom seat covers.
Carbon Fiber, Exotics, Sof-Touch, and Perforated Sof-Touch: For light soiling, use a solution of 10% household dish soap in warm water applied with a soft damp cloth to the custom seat covers.
For custom seat covers with heavy soiling, dampen a soft cloth with a one to one solution of Fantastik and water, or Formula 409 and water. Rub the custom seat covers gently. Rinse with a water dampened cloth.
Do not use alcohol based cleaning agents on any Ruff Tuff custom seat covers.
Please call us at 800-453-8830. Our aim is to satisfy every customer.
Ruff Tuff Products warrants its custom seat covers against defects in workmanship and material for one year from the date of purchase. Ruff Tuff does not warrant against color change or fading. This warranty is limited to repair and replacement only. This warranty will be honored only if the defective item is returned along with the original sales receipt. Ruff Tuff’s liability shall not exceed the replacement or repair cost of the merchandise. The product may be repaired at Ruff Tuff’s discretion.
During the first year after shipment, items may be returned for credit as follows:
Ruff Tuff seat covers may impact the performance of heated and air-conditioned seats. While there is a minimal difference in heated seats, the impact is much more noticeable in air-conditioned seats.
Warning: You must not obstruct the deployment of seat-mounted airbags. If your seat has airbags and your seat cover has not been properly modified either with velcro or a cutout, DO NOT INSTALL your custom seat cover. It could interfere with the deployment of the airbags. Please call the company at 800-453-8830 for more information. We will make the necessary modifications to accommodate the airbags in your custom seat covers.
Warning: The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration recommends that passengers under the age of 12 not travel in the front seat of motor vehicle.
The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration also requires new light-duty vehicles to be equipped with advanced airbag sensors that detect a front passenger’s body weight. In case of a frontal crash, if a front passenger’s body weight is less than 70 pounds, a sensor deactivates airbag deployment to avoid causing death or serious injury that may result from the force of an airbag deployment.
The extra weight of an aftermarket seat cover may be detected by an advanced airbag sensor as part of a passenger’s body weight. This extra weight could cause an airbag to deploy in case of a frontal crash if a person’s body weight is slightly less than 70 pounds because the sensor may add the aftermarket seat cover’s weight to that of the passenger and thus assume that a front passenger’s body weight is actually more than 70 pounds. A front passenger airbag may cause death or serious injury to a person who weighs less than 70 pounds.