The bottoms of the factory cloth headrests are connected with J-hooks. Simply unhook these and roll the headrest cover back to reveal the foam. However, the factory leather headrests are different. The sides and back of the leather is glued to the foam, so first you will need to take a razor blade and cut the seams along the seam lines. You can leave the bottom leather (the leather around the headrest posts), as it will not effective final fitment of the new headrest upholstery. Be careful not to remove too much of the foam while cutting away the leather, the less foam you take off the better. If you do remove too much foam, you can glue the foam back together before you install the new headrest covers. To install the Leatherseats.com leather, start with it inside out, and line up the seams to the edges of the foam. Then roll the cover down, and connect the J-hooks. If you have difficulty rolling the covers over the foam, you can wrap the foam in a plastic bag, and using a “shop vac” compress the foam to make it easier to cover the headrest. Take a look at the videos below which show (1) the installation of the headrest covers with a pneumatic headrest shrinker and (2) the technique required for removing the factory leather foam injected headrests and reupholstering them. The last step is to slide the headrest into the re-upholstered seat, and you’re finished with the front seat! Repeat this process for the other front bucket and you’re finished!