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Many on the market. Promising different things. What one might give the most water repellent.? And best price.
 

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check on Amazon, both coverking and covercraft offers custom fit car covers for our car.
at different price points. If you storage the car outside a lot, then, a thicker cover and more rain proof one is the better choice. If the car is parked indoors mostly, then a thinner one works fine.
 

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I had the dealer get me a factory car cover for my coupe in the deal when I bought it new. Fits great, I garage my coupe and the thin cover does fine. I'll also use it when I move the car out on the driveway during the day when I need more room for a garage project.
 

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I had the dealer get me a factory car cover for my coupe in the deal when I bought it new. Fits great, I garage my coupe and the thin cover does fine. I'll also use it when I move the car out on the driveway during the day when I need more room for a garage project.
How do you clean the factory car cover? I acquired mine when I bought the car (second owner) and the cover is well used. It also has faded probably from the sun. I intend on using mine in the garage once I figure out how to clean it.

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I've had 2 Coverkings

I loved my first one it was a perfect fit and always stayed on the car. It was a coverbond 6 however it did not stand being outside on the car all summer here in Canada. The cover was disintegrating and I had it replaced under warranty.

The 2nd Coverking was a StormProof cover (I upgraded).. the stormproof still looks great today .. but that might be because it's soo loose it's always flying off the car! Thank god I lok it or else I'd be gone by now. Every time I put it on I know a few days later it will be on the ground behing the car.. or half way up the car with the cord or the strap rubbing on the paint. It's a real pain in the ass and the company didn't want to do anything about it. a bad $500 cover.
 

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Cover craft has some good ones. When they have a change in materials, they often have a sale on the earlier stuff, and you can get a good deal calling them. They will make up one with the older, but still very good material. Good people, good covers. Works well in the Phoenix sun. (don't ask about what happens in the rain. It never rains here enough for me to know)
 
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