Review – Holly Bush from The Bush Collective

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Review – Holly Bush from The Bush Collective We had Holly Bush from The Bush Collective test our brand new and revolutionary fabric 4ELEMENTS. Holly, her husband, baby and two fluffy dogs, love going on 4WD adventures so were the perfect family to put 4ELEMENTS to the test! Here’s a few highlights from Hollys’ review: “We decided

New Release: Suzuki Jimny 2019

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New Release: Suzuki Jimny 2019 Everyone has been talking about the new Suzuki Jimny! The hype around the Jimny has been insane! With photo leaks going viral and everyone whispering and wondering about what the new features will be. Here at the Black Duck headquarters, we were most excited to find out about the seats!  As soon as our

How to: Photograph your seats for identification

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How to: Photograph your seats for identification From time to time a vehicle may be fitted with seats out of the ordinary, or the options available may be too difficult to work out unless you ‘re a seat-aholic!  So, we may ask you to send photos for our Pattern Team to look over so we are

Review – Aus Camping Adventures

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Review – Aus Camping Adventures We had the Aus Camping Adventures family test our brand new and revolutionary fabric 4ELEMENTS, here’s what they had to say … “Ever since the day Jeff and I bought our 2011 Toyota Prado about 6 months ago we have been talking about how much we want to get seat covers put

Review – Full time travelling family The Blonde Nomads

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Review – Full time travelling family The Blonde Nomads We had The Blonde Nomads family test our brand new and revolutionary fabric 4ELEMENTS, here’s what they had to say … “Parents, Tradies and Pet owners – we are the worst when it comes to keeping our car interior clean right?! It’s not like we set out with the

Why Duck?

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What’s with the ‘Duck’ in Black Duck? Quack…quack… Yes, we’ve heard all those duck jokes, and we’ll still laugh if you tell them to us again – we’re nice like that! However, the duck in Black Duck has nothing to do with the feathered variety; and everything to do with the Dutch word doek: duck