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    Car Covers

    Hi, I'm just wondering if anyone has purchased from carcover.com and liked their covers. I'm in the market for a decent cover and like to do a little research before buying. Thanks in advance!

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    Are you searching for a cover for use INdoors?

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    Yes. The car is in a garage unless I'm at a car event.

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    So you are looking for a 'dust cover', hopefully one that can be easily cleaned...?

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    I suppose you could call it a dust cover, but one that has a little bit of multi purpose would be good. Easily cleaned is always good. It's good to have one that offers scratch prevention also, you know, good on the paint.

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    There are only two 'functions' of an indoor car cover IMO... 1) serve as a dust cover to minimize need to wash the car, and 2) serve as an 'impact pad', in case you have concerns over items banging into the car? For #2, you want a very heavy large thick cover... for #1 a very lightweight cover will do...

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    I have a Covercraft indoor cover on my 54 Olds and have been very happy with it. Not cheap but it accomplishes #1 and #2 from Bama's post.
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    on a budget, eBay has tons.
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