When you’ve invested a ton of time and a ton of cash restoring a classic to showcase it at the Concours d’Elegance, you’d sooner take a bullet to the chest than risk a passing bird or other windborne assailant ruining your paint job and fresh coat of car wax. When you need real protection from all of life’s hazards, Covercraft car covers are your best line of defense.
Car covers are one of the simplest ways to protect your finish from fading and abuse. They’re also one of the most valuable car accessories or truck accessories you’ll ever buy. The durable material found in a Covercraft car cover prevents toxic goo (bird droppings, tree sap and acid rain) from reaching your finish. More importantly, it blocks the harsh rays of the sun that oxidize your paint job and leave it looking dull and worn. While a sunburn will heal in time, the damage inflicted when paint oxidizes is permanent. Covercraft car covers are custom-tailored to your vehicle’s specific make, model and year, whether you’re in the market for Mustang accessories or Corvette accessories, and provide the longest-lasting wear and highest level of protection through a custom-tailored fit.
Covercraft is a legend in the business. Known for unsurpassed quality, a Covercraft covers are both constructed of the highest quality fabrics and come in a wide selection of colors and thicknesses, to cover everything from work trucks and classic muscle cars to exotic European sport cars and daily commuters. They feature an impact-free inner layer of polyethylene and nylon blend that’s gentle on your finish. The central layer of the fabric repels water with its vapor-porous design, while remaining breathable to allow moisture to escape and prevent the formation of mold and mildew.
Car covers are weatherproof, extremely durable and available in a variety of colors and fabrics to suit the demands of your environment and personal taste. Plus, they fold up to fit neatly into the corner of your trunk.
The varying thicknesses available are another important feature. Similar to car bras, heavier car covers prevent dents, dings and the inevitable paint-transfer from a runaway shopping cart when you leave your vehicle parked out in public. The flip side to that is the vintage Ford Falcon Cobra 351 V8 that only sees the light of day a few times a year (usually in the middle of summer on a day with zero humidity). Believe it or not, it needs a car cover too. Over time, dust and other tiny airborne debris collect in a thin layer on the surface of the vehicle. Brush against it and you leave tiny scratches that show up after a wash. All this can be avoided with a lightweight, indoor Covercraft car cover. So whether you’re leaving your car for an hour or a day, protect your finish from the unforeseen.
Post time: 05-22-2017