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I'm thinking about using ScotchGard to protect the interior. Any thoughts or opinions?
I was considering same ScotchGard option for the cloth on the door handles, headliner, and center armrest (EX). The exposed interior door handles especially bug me, as they're exposed to rain when I open the door in bad weather. I have seat covers for the front (non-OEM) and rear (Civic OEM) which fit really well, so I don't plan to protect the seat cloth.I'm thinking about using ScotchGard to protect the interior. Any thoughts or opinions?
I actually bought a can of scotchguard auto and decided to return it after reading about the chemicals on the can. I don't want to be breathing that stuff in, such a confined space, even after airing out the car. I don't allow anyone to drink/eat in my car and I vacuum every other week.I'm thinking about using ScotchGard to protect the interior. Any thoughts or opinions?
Correct. The blood came out very easily even tough I didn't address it until the next day!https://www.gen3insight.com/forum/7-2019-honda-insight-general-discussion/2228-eeeew.html#post12078 @hasarad mentioned being able to get blood out easily on his ivory interior EX which could mean the fabric already has some sort of scotchguard like protection.
Good quality seat covers (and some cheap ones) supposedly account for airbags and are designed to open up when an airbag deploys. Good quality seat covers are next on my purchase list for my Insight, so I need to search this forum for recommendations.My big issue with seat covers is the air bags in the seat. Or else I'd join that bandwagon.