Maybe you hired a professional moving company or maybe your doing some self moving but in either case there is a pretty good chance at some point you will be shlepping moving boxes in the back seat of your vehicle.
Now before you say how can cardboard boxes damage my car’s seats lets just take a moment to understand two things. First, moving boxes when new, have edges, not sharp edges but enough edge that if you drove for seven hours with a heavy box edge pushing into your seat it may leave a permanent indentation in the material. Second, you will be moving and packing boxes, these cardboard boxes will probably be placed on dirty floors or even outdoor ground and may pick up some pieces of debris that when put on your car’s seat may leave scratches, indentations or just get your car pretty dirty.
The solution is very simple, we recommend using one of our moving supplies called moving blankets which measure 72 inches by 80 inches and with its heavy duty tough exterior will cover your car’s seats and protect them from getting damaged. If you don’t have any moving blankets, then a quick fix solutions would be to use a regular blanket, but please note, a regular house hold blanket is usually made of soft material and will be damaged easily. Also you can consider using moving supplies such as bubble wrap on your car seat or tape it to the bottom of the moving boxes.