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Perforated Leather

You want the seats of your Ford Focus to look great and be comfortable, too. That’s where the Clazzio perforated leather seat cover kit comes in. It’s genuine leather, and it has been our bestseller for over a decade. 

Why Perforated?

Besides looking really good, the perforated leather keeps you cool no matter how high the temperature is outside. You can sit down without worrying about sticking to the seat. 

Are you a driver in a cold weather climate? Our heated seating kits may be perfect for you.  

How Durable Is It? 

Our kits are extremely durable. We believe in them so much that we offer a three-year warranty. Check out our warranty details for more info. 

Is The Whole Seat Leather?

The important thing to know up front is that this is a seat cover kit, not a replacement. That means that you will have the middle of your seat covered, the back and the bottom. You can get the tightest fit that way. 

What Is The Body and Headrests Made Out Of?

You are getting high-quality PVC when you get our seat covers. That ensures its toughness along with a great texture and the overall look is fantastic. It will be tight and you might be convinced that is straight out of the car factory. 

How Thick Are The Seat Covers?

We know how important comfort is for drivers. That’s why we have a ½ inch of memory foam to give your rear extra cushion. Long drives will be easy on your body.

How Do I Install The Seat Covers?

When you do it, expect to spend roughly two or three hours, depending on if you need to do any PVC cutting in certain parts. 

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Can I Have a Trained Professional Install My Seats?

If you want to ensure the best job, you could have a professional do the installation. 

Just call 855-CLAZZIO to see if we can locate a nearby authorized Clazzio Dealer. The price tag is between $100-$500 depending on your vehicle and if there are additions, like the heated seating kit. 

How Do I Keep The Leather Clean?

This is an easy kit to maintain. Just use a damp rag to wipe it down periodically. Once a year, you might want to use a leather conditioning wipe. 

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