The Best Fitting Custom Dashboard Covers
This luxurious polycarpet dash cover is made from super dense polyester, needle punch, non-woven, 14 oz carpet with latex backing. The fabric is solution dyed with long life automotive dyes and treated with fire retardant materials that comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. We only use state of the art manufacturing technology to make these dashboard covers. This technology includes computer aided design and implementation that results in the production of perfect-fitting dash covers everytime.
What's Important in a Custom Dash Cover?
A Custom Dash Cover is clearly visible to the front passengers. Therefore, fit and appearance are the most important qualities of a Custom Dash Cover. A proper fitting Custom Dash Cover will soften the plastic look of a vehicle's interior and provide protection to the driver and vehicle dashboard. The fit is a result of the Custom Dash Cover's pattern design, construction and materials. We offer several enhancements, These include:
* 12 Fabric colors to choose from
* Custom embroidered message w/Maximum of 15 characters
* Choice of Block or Script Style text.
* 13 embroidery colors to choose from.
* Or add a Licensed embroidered Logo (Click on "Images" tab above to see logos)
Note: Nearly all logos can be embroidered in your choice of thread color, G01, G07, G51, G58, and G82 are the exception and must be embroidered in the official colors.
Custom embroidered message or licensed logo location above.
Custom Dash Covers have been selected over competitors by many automotive accessory retailers for their fit, materials, and construction. All Custom Dash Covers are constructed using a "zigzag" stitch. Other Dash Covers available on the market are made using a "blind" stitch. Every stitching style has an intended use, for Custom Dash Covers the optimal stitch style is the zigzag stitch. Zigzag stitch takes more time and is more expensive, but the results are worth the added expense - the stitch acts as a hinge, allowing the cover to contour the surface of the dashboard. A zigzag stitch also allows small pieces to be sewn together, because there is no margin. A blind stitch results in the dash cover curling into the stitch, it attracts dust, it lifts off the dashboard because material is underneath the stitch, and it prevents small pieces from being sewn together due to the necessary margins.