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    Hi Guys i'm thinking of buying a car cover my cars parked outside so will get wet etc. could any one tell me the does and don'ts to using a cover or am i best not using one?
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    iv got a halfords advance 1 it goes on for the first time to night it cost me about £50
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      www.coveryourcar.co.uk

      Very good quality, i can recomend these

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        do these not scratch your car over time? iv no idea if they do or not but id think pulling something over the car each night might as it will easily get dirty?
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          Originally posted by Bertbuckie View Post
          do these not scratch your car over time? iv no idea if they do or not but id think pulling something over the car each night might as it will easily get dirty?
          This is what i was thinking mate thats why i was asking here hopefully some will be able to tell me if it will do more good then bad.
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            I've got one from Classic Additions, very good but not cheap it has a soft lining and is water proof, not the breathable type which I've found are usually not up to the job.

            You have to put any cover over a clean car to avoid scratching, except if it's a carcoon which are excellent (I've two of them). you can even put a wet car in one, but they need a power supply.
            Last edited by oillite; 31 October 2009, 06:17 PM.

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