Eddie Bauer WeeGuard Seat Saver

Eddie Bauer WeeGuard Seat Saver
Updated on : January 26, 2013
Category : Car Seats
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Eddie Bauer WeeGuard Seat Saver

Eddie Bauer WeeGuard Seat Saver

  • Soft, terry cloth padding absorbs moisture
  • Waterproof bottom layer prevents leaks
  • Higher back protects against the messiest diaper blowouts
  • Harness guard protects buckle system
  • Machine washable

This durable, accident-proof seat saver protects auto seats and strollers from messy diaper leaks, spills and stains. It really is machine washable for simple clean-up and waterproof for extra protection. The detachable mesh pockets are best for cups, toys and snacks.

Texas Booster Seat Law

How long must children be in vehicle booster seats? Metroplex Infant & Kids’ (www.metroplexbaby.com) Sarah Milem addresses the new Texas booster seat laws.
Video Rating: five / 5

Question by miguelito_77: What is the minimum age/requirement in Texas that a kid can ride with no a car seat?
Ok, let me state that I am NOT hunting to cut any corners or endanger a kid. I ask because I am giving a ride to someone and his virtually two year old son tomorrow and he just informed me that he does not have a vehicle seat for his son. (He does not drive). Normally, the youngster would keep with someone, but we do not have that alternative this time. So, please, no lectures, I just want to know if I want to spend my grocery income on a vehicle seat so I do not get a ticket.

Thank you for your help.

Best answer:

Answer by moey
Minimum age, there is none, if you have a child in your auto it should have a car seat according to the law. two is not old sufficient for a booster, the subsequent one up. I hear what you are saying though and do not know how to solve that difficulty.

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What customers say about Eddie Bauer WeeGuard Seat Saver

  1. K. Panek "pupmkin" says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    love it!, April 17, 2012
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    Purchased this when my son was about 16 months and I wish I would see it before! It saved me time cleaning my car seat! When his diaper leaked (he had upset stomach) all I had to do it take it off what takes like 5 sec and wash it! Car seat was in perfect condition! I love this product! I already purchased another one to send this to my family in Europe!

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  2. K. Camacho says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It saved my carseat, November 14, 2012
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    I had had enough of diaper explosions and having to wash the carseat over and over so I decided to buy this product. I am so glad that I did. It has saved me from removing and washing the carseat cover a few times now. With this product, you just take it and throw it in the wash. I do not put it in the dryer only because it has a plastic back and I am afraid that the dryer will ruin it. It is being used in an infant carseat so I have not had the opportunity to use the cup holders but I love it regardless. It covers the area that needs to be protected (the inner legs and the back) and I would recommend this to anyone that does not want to remove the carseat cover to wash it.

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  3. kkidsmom says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    LOOKS, FEELS GREAT!! & CUP HOLDERS – WOW :-) , August 15, 2011
    kkidsmom (Tampa Florida) –

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    8/15/11 I saw this at my local Target $9.99 each, and checked it out REALLY WELL. I opened the package and it’s terry cloth and padded for comfort, with DETACHABLE pockets on “each” side, and WATERPROOF, so I TRIED IT ON A BRITAX CAR SEAT while in the Target Store, and fits great. So I bought 2 because we have two toddlers.

    I HAVE NOT TRIED IT WITH THE WATERPROOF YET {I just need to keep the car seat covers clean {detaching the covers is NOT fun} when they drink & snack in car, AND I AM STARTING TO POTTY TRAIN MY SON THIS WEEK, SO I WILL POST ON ITS WATERPROOF PERFORMANCE SOON.

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  4. OmegaWolf747 says:

    Funny. I got out of my car seat at age five and have sat in an adult seat ever since and somehow I survived.

  5. garciajennifer@att.net says:

    They say until the child is 4’9”, it needs at least a booster seat. I live in Texas, and that’s what I know to be true. But a two year old definitely has to be in a car seat. It would normally be the parents’ responsibility to get one for their child, car or not, but in this case that hasn’t happened obviously. I would ask the dad if he knows anyone he can borrow a car seat from, someone who has an extra or someone who won’t be needing it during the time he will. If this won’t happen, consider asking him to buy one. If you’re not comfortable with that and you still want to give him a ride, go get one yourself. The final responsibility lies on you, since it’s your car and you’re driving. Is it just for a day? Does the dad get rides from other people with his son? Consider asking the dad if he’d like to keep the carseat you buy, for future use. Consider splitting the cost with him. That is, if you’re concerned about the safety of the child when he’s not with you. If not, consider buy a carseat just for that day, and then returning it later. I know that most people would say that’s horrible, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do. And if it comes between doing that, or letting the kid go without a carseat, I’d do it in a heartbeat.

    Also, the age doesn’t really determine whether or not a kid can use a booster seat. Go to Wal-mart or something, look at booster seats. They will have a minimun weight and/or height. If this kid is a bigger two year old, he may be able to use one. And if so, that’s great, as booster seats are A LOT cheaper than toddler seats. Try this option first.

  6. Heather S says:

    Don’t get a booster, a 2 year old is way too young and likely too small.

    The Cosco Scenera runs around 40 bucks at WalMart and should work in your situation. It rear-faces to 35 pound and will work forward up to 40 pounds. Let dad hold onto the seat for furture emergencies or situations like this.

  7. 2cutekiddos says:

    Unfortunately, law in Texas is 5 years old and 36″ tall. I think it is a load of crap, but what do I know..I am only a car seat tech.

    You will get a ticket and since seatbelt law in Texas is primary, a cop can pull you over for just that infraction.

    If the child is under 40lbs, you can get him a Cosco Scenera. $ 40 at walmart. What is wonderful is that you can RF this child (which is the safest) until 35lbs.

    Please keep that child in a booster until 4’9″. There was a 2 year old not too long ago in East Texas that was killed b/c they were not in a child restraint system.

    Here is the law in Texas http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/director_staff/public_information/seatbelt.htm