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|30th November 2015, 11:45||#151|
Join Date: Sep 2015
Re: Plastic Covers on Seats of New Cars
I see no logic in buying a car, paying for the upholstery and keeping the polythene seat covers on. It just a waste of money to even pay for the upholstery and not enjoying the feel & drive.
When I do this and want to sell the car - I won't be satisfied.
I do not know of the health impacts of fuming polythene in a car when parked in the sun.
I hate the smell anyway.
The first thing I did 7 years ago with my new car - take off all plastic.
May be now is about time to replace the OEM and go for an art leather. I am happy I used the car well.
BTW - this is not just in India okay? I went to the Middle East recently and was shocked to see Arabs in swanky cars with polythene covers still on
I also hear we Indians taught them this
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