Memory Foam Bath Mats for Leather Car Seats

I found our leather seats so cold during the winter, and when I wore shorts or a dress in the summer, I stuck to the seat. Ouch! You can buy seat covers, but they are quite a pain to put on and take off. I came up with an inexpensive, very comfy solution, memory foam bath mats. You can get them at most department or bath stores in various colours and sizes, but I got this one at Walmart.


They are on sale often at Walmart. I got mine for $8.99. If you have wide seats like our truck, you can lay it sideways across the seat. If you have a narrow seat (like my car does) you can put it with the length from front to back. I tuck some of the excess in the crack between my seat back and seat. You have to work at getting it to go in between, but once it's there, it stays very securely. Being machine washable is a bonus! These are so soft and comfortable, you won't be sorry if you give these a try.

By ann from Goulais River, Ontario

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March 20, 20120 found this helpful

My goodness but I just love this idea I can't thank you enough for saving my legs from burning on the car seats in the summer! OR freezing in the winter :)

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March 26, 20120 found this helpful

This is a great idea. I love Walmart & I'm going there the 1st of the month to do my regular grocery & personal toiletry shopping.


So I'll pick 2 up for my front seats. Thanks for sharing. : D

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March 13, 20130 found this helpful

This is a wonderful idea! That's really using your noodle! Thanks for posting this.

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March 14, 20130 found this helpful

What a great idea, thanks for sharing.

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March 14, 20130 found this helpful

I got one as a gift from my sister for the bathroom and promptly took it to the car for car seats too! Individual captain chairs, I fold it is half. Cutting in half is not an option as it will disintegrate. And it is comfortable! On the last (back) seat of the van, I use 5 foot long rag-rugs on the seat. Not used often, and can be folded down as cargo, so then this also protects the seat.

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April 16, 20200 found this helpful

Some of the cheaper memory foam bath mats are pretty small which works perfectly for the seat bottom of a bucket seat by just feeding one end through the crack to the back.


As for the seat back, however, the easiest, cheapest solution I've found is a pillowcase made from Jersey material. It stretches and fits well, and once it's on, it's easy to snip two holes in the top for the headrest.

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