I have a 2010 Prius that I installed Clazzio seat covers. When I installed the Clazzio's I also installed the seat heating pads recommended by TRD Sparks. I used the adhesive tape to attach the seat heater pads to the stock seat fabric. The seat heating pads failed after a year and I have decided to remove them. Unfortunately the adhesive tape left a lot of residue on the fabric of the seat. I've tried some Goo Gone to get it off, but I really don't see it coming off. Does anyone have experience or suggestions on what to use to get adhesive off fabric without damaging the fabric? I am debating replacing the stock seat covers. I have found a new stock OEM set of grey fabric seat covers from a 2015 Pruis III on ebay. They look identical to my stock seat covers in the photos. Does anyone know if they are the same thing? The color is one thing, but any changes to airbags over the years 2010 vs 2015?. From my experience I really like the Clazzio seat covers, but I don't recommend the retrofit seat heaters. I definitely don't recommend applying the adhesive from seat heating pads to your stock seat fabric. If you do want seat heaters I would not recommend buying the seat heating pads from TRD Sparks, unless they have changed suppliers in the last few years. They failed after a year and TRD Sparks replaced the driver's side, but when the passenger side failed a few months later I was not helped. I accepted this without complaining as the heating pads did not work that great compared to the stock seat heaters in my BMW. The main problems are they don't heat up quickly enough (20+mins), the coverage over the seat back and seat is much less than stock and they seemed to never stop heating once they did heat up (maybe this is why they failed). I forgot to mention that I am probably selling the car and even though the Clazzio seat covers hide the adhesive I don't feel it is right to not disclose the problem with the stock seat fabric under the covers. To avoid this issue I would rather just fix the problem.