Yep... Winter and all the road salt that goes along with it, is what took me so long to get the cover on.I've heard that if you put a cover on a dirty car it will scratch the heck out of it. You don't want any heck on your car anyway, right?
Garden hose. You don't wash a dry a car cover man.I should get one again. Believe I had a 3 layer last time and it held up pretty well till I decided to wash it. That was a bad idea. Got all fuzzy. It was dirty. You guys ever have that problem? Any ideas how to wash a car cover when it gets dirty? Maybe it was due to putting it in a dryer. I forget but think that's what I did.
Hey folks. I just ordered a car cover for a $145 that I nearly paid $280 for a week ago.
They have nothing to do with me or Stangnet. I just thought it was a good deal.
They're at 50% off until midnight so I'm passing it along.
I just picked up one of their 5 layer covers for the new DD.
I will likely kill this thread once the sale expires.
p.s. I don't actually know if it's a good cover or not. I'll let ya know what I think when it arrives.
Edit: Thread title change and questions: What covers do you all have? How old is it and how is it holding up? What would you change?
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