slippery seats .....need help

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    badge Read Only Funster

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    Hi < can anyone throw some help my way , i have a burstner with leather seats ,
    As we travel the seats move everywhere, and the kids find it impossible to keep them from coming off .

    I guess i need to implement so form of velcro ,

    Does anyone have any good ideas , or experienced this and found a great cure ??

    Any help will be most welcomed :Smile::Smile:
     
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    Mine are just the same Velcro and lots of it cured it
    Didn't shut kids up though gaffer tape works wonders
     
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    slippery seats,

    Hi,We have leather and it never moves,that is because we have a strip of wood on the bottom of cushions,it then fits down into the bottom unit and never moves but if you only have loose cushions then perhaps the velcro or pop studs are the thing to use,regards H,:BigGrin:
     
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    have you tried some of the green grey sheets you get for putting below pots etc you can use it on dashes to stop things rolling about
     
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    Solution to seats

    Peter - you have a PM that will fix the problem - I know!.

    Pete
     
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