Can anyone find the link to the seat cover for airplane and movie seats?

Posted on: Thu, 01/18/2007 - 12:53am
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I can't find the thread for the company that has safe seat covers for things such as planes. Does anyone have this info?
Thanks

Posted on: Thu, 01/18/2007 - 1:00am
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[url="http://www.planesheets.com/"]http://www.planesheets.com/[/url]
There might be another one but this is the one that comes to mind.
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Jana
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Posted on: Thu, 01/18/2007 - 4:35am
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Someone told me that toddler crib sheets work great for covering movie theater seats.

Posted on: Fri, 01/19/2007 - 5:45am
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We have used flannel crib sheets to cover theater and plane seats for the past 3 years. The fitted sheets have elastic that makes the sheet stay in place with squirming children and the flannel makes the sheet thicker so I feel like it's better protection. The sheets are wonderful because they are so easy to wash and dry and they have lasted for 5years so far.
My best source is Garnet Hill - I think it's garnethill.com
They have very good quality stuff that is 100% cotton. I have purchased many things from them and never been disappointed - don't have any financial interest in their company even though I'm very enthusiastic in recommending them.
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Posted on: Sat, 01/20/2007 - 1:55pm
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I've got something better than a crib sheet. Go to a fabric store or Walmart, and get yourself some polar fleece type fabric... 1-2 yards should work fine. Get yourself some safety pins and you have an instant seat cover. When you need to use it, just lay the fabric over the seat, fold some over the top of the seat and pin the sides, and do the same to the end of the seat.
One of those cheap fleece throws that you can get at mass merchandisers or drug stores should work too.
Fleece is soft, fairly durable, and is somewhat water repellant. It takes more for things to soak through... a bit more of a barrier against ickies.
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Cheryl, mom to Jason (9 MFA including peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish and egg)
Joey (7 NKA)
Allison (4 milk allergic, suspect shellfish, avoiding PN/TN for now)
Ryan (1) nka *knock on wood*

Posted on: Sat, 01/20/2007 - 2:38pm
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Cheryl,
Good idea about the fleece. I am eager to try it. Now all I have to do is wait for all the crib sheets to wear out before I can justify the effort and cost of getting something else!

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