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Old 10-28-2022, 12:31 PM #16
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Thanks for the car cover tips! I didn’t know I needed to wash the car before putting the cover on it. I’m sure it will save me a lot of money.
I have to use a cover because my car stays outside. There’s no garage near my house yet, and I have to use affordable solutions to protect it from rain and dust. It’s hard to find a place with the best price on car covers, and I prefer to buy really qualitative ones that would last longer. I also need the cover to be multilayered to not only protect the car from water but also let the moisture from underneath the cover evaporate.

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Old 10-29-2022, 02:39 PM #17
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Thanks for the car cover tips! I didnít know I needed to wash the car before putting the cover on it. Iím sure it will save me a lot of money.
Resurrected old thread, I know that.
Think about it, you put a cover on your car and there is dirt, that is abrasive. This gets worse if the car is covered where wind can agitate the cover.
What do you do when your car is wet? Cover it wet? Let it dry? In a rainy climate that may be a few days or more.

I cuss when I am replacing the cover on my gas and charcoal grills. A cover on a car/truck - only for long term storage IMO - just like the others said.
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