The Quick-Fit Car Seat Slipcover - The Mommy Insider

The Quick-Fit Car Seat Slipcover

by Alicia on March 10, 2008 in Age 0-1 year, Age 1-3, Age 3-5, Transportation

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BabblechiccarseatslipcoverGone are the days when parents have to use an industrial strength vacuum at the gas station to suck the crumbs out of the kids car seat.  Babble Chic’s car seat slipcovers allow parents to slip the cover off quickly so the crumb collection can find a new home in the garbage can.

I give Babble Chic slip covers get a 10 for ease of use.  Their slipcovers slip on and off without having to fumble with straps and without having to take off the factory installed cover.  Madelyn is potty training now and having a car seat slipcover makes  our trips to Grandmother’s house less stressful because I know that if she has an accident I can put the slipcover in the washing machine and it will be as good as new.   I do put a towel in the seat out of courtesy for the slipcover. 

Being able to slip this car seat cover on over Madelyn’s car seat without having to remove the straps or the installed cover makes this car seat slipcover a must have.    The designs are ultra hip with patterns for boys and girls.  Some other great facts..

Icon_website2  Babble Chic Infant & Toddler Car Seat Slipcovers

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Beth July 14, 2008 at 10:40 am

These type of covers are really not safe and should not be recommended. Using this cover will void the warranty on your car seat as they are not approved for use by the manufacturer. They are not crash tested with your particular seat or fire retardant. The car seat manufacturers sell a variety of replacement covers that are crash tested and acceptable for use. The general rule is, if it did not come with your car seat , do not use it.


kathleen dougherty March 15, 2008 at 1:26 pm

I just wanted to let you know that I love your blog.
I’m always looking for sites with new finds for my two
daughters. I’ve always lamented about the drag choices in car seats and thought that this would be a good idea. I will be sure to stop by often.


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