Let’s Talk Lightweight Car Covers Versus Heavy Duty Car Covers
So, I get asked almost daily about which of these car covers are the best for me. Well, to be quite honest this all depends on your location, climate, and intended use of the car cover. I’ll start by addressing the two best covers that we sell and the differences between the two.
If your new car cover is one that you are going to be leaving on for long periods of time, then your options are wide open. You won’t be as concerned with lightweight fabrics and overall packability. On the flip side, maybe you are ready to pack your cover in the trunk of the roadster and head out on a road trip across the country. This means you’ll be putting the cover on every single evening at the hotel when you stop for the night. The other instance would be if you just want to cover your car and leave it for a few weeks or a month at a time. Let’s discuss 2 different car covers, one to fit each need. First, we will start by discussing a lightweight, packable option.
Without a doubt, the best car cover for this category is the Covercraft Weathershield HP Car Cover. This cover ranks high when it comes to all-weather. It is also very lightweight and packable. When it comes to conditions such as rain, snow, dirt, and dust, it is a home run. It also comes in a variety of premium solution-dyed fabrics to resist fading. This cover boasts dramatic rain dispersion as well as high breathability and superior dry time, allowing the vehicle to dry faster when it gets caught in a shower. This fabric is one of the best when it comes to UV resistance. It is sure to keep the interior cool for when you are ready to go for that weekend spin. The Covercraft Weathershield HP comes with a 4-year Covercraft Warranty and comes in a range of eye-catching colors.
Now onto the flipside. You just finished building your dream car. A 1965 AC Cobra Reproduction Factory Five Roadster. The paint is flawless and it's everything you’ve dreamed of and more. Now it’s time to get it ready to store. You might not get to drive it as often as you would like, so she may need to sit for a few weeks or even months at a time. In this case, we’re going to look at one of our most popular car covers, the Covercraft Noah Car Cover. Firstly, the Noah is one of the thickest covers we sell. It is equipped with superior ding and dent protection. At almost twice the weight of the Weathershield HP, it is the ultimate in long-term protection. This cover was developed for all-weather and long-term storage. It can handle intense sun for long periods of time, with no sweat. This 4-layer Kimberly-Clark fabric is a great choice for the car that you’ve dreamed of since high school. The Covercraft Block-It Noah is a high-performance, non-woven fabric. With a soft, paint-protecting inner lining it is sure to pamper your freshly buffed pain job. So, whatever your need whether it be lightweight or heavy-duty. Don’t look past either of these two car covers.