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Tired Of Your Kids Getting Dirt On The Back Of Your Auto Seat?

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I don't know about you, but when I run I get pretty gross and sweaty. And I have a seat cover/towel that I put over my seat to help protect my car.

Although Lil Man isn't running (just yet), he is always putting his nasty feet on the back of the seat. It drives.... me.... crazy! It's a constant battle of "Get your feet off of the seat please!" And I know he doesn't necessarily mean to do it, but it's just where his feet wind up when he's trying to get into his seat, or as we are driving.

But, check this out!

It's the Auto Seat Back Protector by Dot&Dot.

So simple, but a genius idea! The kick mat literally just goes over your seat in your car. It has two straps (one at the top and one at the bottom) that snap together.

Really it's that simple - no more fighting with Lil Man to keep his feet off of my seat because now I don't have to worry. Now if he accidentally kicks or has muddy feet, my car seat is protected.

I needed this a LONG time ago. I'm a little bummed that I'm just now finding out that this existed. So I wanted to pass it along to anyone else who might be interested.  Definitely something to think about if you want to protect your sets. I know this time of year that a lot of people get new cars. I sure wish I'd had this when I got my new car.

Thankfully I got the Auto Seat Back Protector by Dot&Dot before Lil Man had a chance to ruin the seats. :)

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