Replacing the Seat Foam in Your Automobile

Written by: The Foam Factory

Replacing the cushion in your automobile may be easier than you might believe.

2008 Pontiac G8 GT Show Car. X08PN_G8008  (United States)
2008 Pontiac G8 GT Show Car. X08PN_G8008 (United States)

If you’re someone that drives long distances to and from work to a daily basis, you rely on the support of the cushions that are within the seats.  This seat foam is designed to withstand large amounts of weight while still providing adequate support to the lower and upper back. However, after a period of time, you may notice that your seats just don’t feel as comfortable as they use to. This is due largely in part of the cushions and the repeated use.

Replacing Your Driver Seat’s Cushion

If you’re looking to replace the foam seat in your driver’s seat, it can be easily done without completely ruining your chair. Note that all seats can be taken apart so easily. The factory system that created the chair may have designed it so that it’s sewn together without any room for replacement. If this is the case, you can look for a local upholstery shop that can take apart the seat and replace the upholstery.

Replacing the upholstery and the foam will make a substantial difference in the amount of comfort that it provides to the user. In addition to this, it won’t cost you much money to do either. Foam replacement can be easily taken care of with one of the many online foam manufacturers. You can order precut custom foam blocks that fit your seat, which can also be easily replaced upon arrival. Remember, don’t immediately turn to purchasing a new seat if you feel that your current one isn’t providing the most support.