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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
    Our car is kept in a garage, never left in the weather. I have no use for a "car cover", but we do like to keep the dust off whatever car we have in there.
    So, probably around 30 years ago, Karen made a "car cover" from flannelette bed sheets, which we have used for all that time. It does not scratch the car, & is super easy to take on & off.
    Does the job for us.
    Pickles.
    Flanny car cover awesome!

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pickles View Post
    Our car is kept in a garage, never left in the weather. I have no use for a "car cover", but we do like to keep the dust off whatever car we have in there.
    So, probably around 30 years ago, Karen made a "car cover" from flannelette bed sheets, which we have used for all that time. It does not scratch the car, & is super easy to take on & off.
    Does the job for us.
    Pickles.



    hahaha - I picked up a customers EH Premier this week and he had the same thing - old
    flano sheets cut & sewed together by his wife many, many years ago to exactly cover the
    old Premier. Works a treat going by the condition of the car.......
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  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPKW30 View Post
    hahaha - I picked up a customers EH Premier this week and he had the same thing - old
    flano sheets cut & sewed together by his wife many, many years ago to exactly cover the
    old Premier. Works a treat going by the condition of the car.......
    Lol,...That's EXACTLY what we have!!
    Pickles.

  4. #14
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    Big factor is where you live to. Being in the country and in the midst of one of the worst droughts the dust is off the scale. I use the Auotechnica one but I'm not sure why, it's soft and paint friendly but the dust, omg.







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