Sustainable Seat Covers

Making automotive service operations greener

With the same Slip-N-Grip® technology and design as our traditional seat cover, our newest product makes the switch to sustainability easy.

This first-to-the-market seat cover contains 25% post-consumer recycled plastic, making it the perfect addition to any operation focused on meeting sustainability goals. These recyclable and domestic-made seat covers have the added bonus of lowering carbon impact and contributing to a circular economy, all while keeping the familiar and trusted Slip-N-Grip® brand.

Share Your Green Achievement

Track your annual emissions reduction

Your purchase of seat covers made with post-consumer recycled plastic contributes to a more sustainable environment. We can help you celebrate your business' achievement with a tailored Sustainability Scorecard.

Measure your emissions reductions based on your purchases of Slip-N-Grip® Sustainable Seat Covers. Don't forget to share with your customers and partners.

Made with Recycled Content

Using our 3-layer technology, the middle layer is made with 25% post-consumer recycled content (PCR).

Advanced Technology for Performance

Utilizes our advanced Slip-N-Grip AND 3-layer technology to create a high-performing seat cover with the added benefit of being sustainable.

Environmentally Friendly/Recyclable

Made of recycled plastic offsets carbon emissions by reducing the amount of virgin plastic that's used to make each cover. Can be recycled after use making it a closed-loop product.

Made in the USA

Slip-N-Grip's sustainable seat cover is the first and only domestically-made premium disposable plastic seat cover made with PCR with a quality you can count on coming from a US manufacturer.


Patented Slip-N-Grip® design with 3-Layer Technology

These seat covers are made with the same traditional Slip-N-Grip® performance but utilizes our 3-layer technology for an added layer where the post-consumer recycled content is added in the core.

An Environmentally-Friendly Product

  • Aids in creating a circular economy
  • Offsets carbon emissions 
  • Reduces the amount of virgin material used 
  • Meets & exceeds state requirements for minimum recycled content in single-use plastic products