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Dirtbag Car Seat Cover


The Dirtbag Seat Cover by Ruffwear is a durable and waterproof seat cover that protects your car from dog hair, dirt and mud.   It can be installed to be used as a traditional seat cover or as a hammock and being 140cm wide, it fits the backseat of most passenger vehicles.  

Secure attachment clips keep the cover in place and there are closeable, openings to allow access to the seatbelts.   See one of the images below which details the exact dimensions and placement of the seatbelt openings.  The cover also features a zip pocket to store leashes and other small items.  When not in use, the seat cover can be folded into its own zip pocket to store. 

To install the cover, check out the video below 

To keep the cover clean, you can use a small hand-held dust broom or give it a shake to get rid of dirt.   It is also machine washable on the gentle, cold cycle.  (mild detergent and hang dry).


Width 140cm (55"); Length 159cm (63").   In the product images to the left we have a image that shows the exact dimensions and placement of the seatbelt openings.   If you have any questions about sizing, please contact us

Key Features:

  • Durable (tear-resistant), waterproof and comfortable polyester fabric that protects vehicle seats
  • Convertible design fits most vehicles in bench and hammock configurations
  • Attaches via 'stuffer cleats' that secure to the seat.  Webbing loops wrap and secure around head rests.
  • Integrated seatbelt access points that can be closed when not in use
  • Side flaps keep grunge off seats during entry/exit
  • Non-slip fabric backing and stuffer cleats help keep the seat cover in place
  • Integrated zippered pocket to store small items.  Stows in its own pocket when not in use

Washing Instructions

Machine washable in cold water, gentle cycle - remove straps, mild detergent, hang dry.  Do not bleach, iron or dry clean.


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