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Cotton fabric for premium car seat covers is made of cotton yarn. It is a generic term for all types of cotton textiles. Cotton textiles are commonly divided into 16 types: denim, flannel, muslin, lawn cloth, voile, gingham, damask, terrycloth, batiste, organdy, velour, moleskin, Madras, ticking, chino, foulard. Considering its versatile classes, it's wildly used as fashion, casual wear, underwear, shirt, seat cover etc. Its pros and cons are both obvious, the pros are gentle fit, warm, hygroscopic and breathable. Its cons are easily to shrink and wrinkle, not fit nicely as polyester or mesh fabric.

Thanks to its absorbent feature, most cotton can retain around 25 times its own weight in water. Cotton textile can absorb and release sweat quickly, which makes the fabric breathable. It is easy to get dyed, endure high temperatures and be resist wrinkles when ironing.

For 100 cotton car seat covers, we mainly focus on Denim, Gingham, and Madras.

When talking about denim, the first impression jumps out of your mind might be raw edges, asymmetric hems, ankle cuts jeans. However, denim seat covers are not that much. Owing to the innovative treatments and washes, we carry some unique and nice looking denim. Our selected denim colors are wolf grey, navy and black.

Gingham comes from a Malayan word "genggang, means "striped" or "checked". It is a plain-woven cotton cloth typically in a pattern of bold colored squares. Vibrant distinctive colors come in this range: crimson, scarlet, peach, sand, indigo, pond, turquoise, chocolate, platinum, fog jade, to name just a few.

The fabric of Madras takes its name from the former name of India city Chennai. It is a lightweight cotton plaid woven by yarns of different colors to form a patchwork design. It's perfect for shorts, dresses and shirts traditionally, when it comes to upholstery, it gives customer fresh looks and cool driving.