Product Road Test

Cover up … to protect it

Have you ever wanted to cover a car reliably, that half finished truck project on the drive or just wrap up the precious pride and joy vehicle and know that it’s tucked in tight? Well a company Covercraft of Europe based in Bradford has a great selection of indoor and outdoors covers designed to follow the exact contours of the car. They have over 80k patterns in their library so there’s a cover for everyone plus a great choice for protection in the garage or held up in the back yard and at risk to the elements.

 

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The indoor range reads like a bed linen cupboard with the Polycotton and Flannel covers for a basic dust and ding protector moving up the range to the Fleece Satin, Dustop Block-It and Form-Fit. They are all designed to be washable, breathable and heat insulating to ensure the paintwork is found just how you left it.
The outdoor range is made from Kimberly-Clark Block-It Series non-woven fabric. There’s a choice of nine options, all designed to keep out the elements from rain, snow, acid rain, dirt and dust, UV damage, bird dropping and tree sap. That pretty much includes all requirements for the average English Summer then. The difference in choice reflects the fabrics performance, which provide different degrees of protection i.e. the Sunbrella is designed with intense sun in mind but the Noah Block-It is better for snow and dust.

 

car-coverThey also do Ready-Fit covers a universal car wrap with four choices of fabrics again giving the same breathable water resistance, dust, pollen and UV protection. Although they are referred to as Ready-Fit they are still ‘semi-custom’ cut to suit the shape of your vehicle just no mirror pockets and kinder on the wallet.

 

 

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They claim ‘if it has wheels, Covercraft can cover it!’ and although their main market is cars they also do covers for bikes, caravans and trailers.

 

 

For more information; visit covercraft

 

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