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Coverking Car Cover Fabric Guide

We have assembled common questions our customers ask. We hope these questions and answers may help you, but these are not hard and fast rules for everyone. If you do not see an answer to your question or if you have more questions please feel free to contact us.

Q: I cover my vehicle daily. What is the best choice for me?

A: The listings below give you the best choice first, with ease of use in mind.

The best choices for the person who uses their car cover everyday is the Autobody Armor or Stormproof material. The Autobody Armor and Stormproof offer the best outdoor protection possible, while still allowing good breathability. These state of the art car covers are lightweight and are very easy to use, especially for those who like to protect their baby as much as possible. The Autobody Armor adds a soft inner liner and a Lycra like fit to hug the vehicle. You will have great UV protection, water repellency, dirt and dust protection. The Stormproof material is available in lots of color choices and two-tone colors.

The Triguard is the best value of the three materials and is lightweight for ease of use. This material offers good basic protection indoors and out. This car cover should not be considered for dent protection, as it is fairly thin. This cover is good choice for those on a budget.

The Mosom Plus material will protect your vehicle better than the Triguard and offers you a fairly thick fabric that is lightweight with a soft interior. The Mosom Plus will pamper the finish of your vehicle, while providing a good barrier for dent protection. It also will provide very good UV protection, dust, dirt, and water repellency for use outdoors and indoors. Good breathability.


Q: I mainly store my vehicle in a garage with a car cover, but I would like to be able to use the cover outdoors from time to time. What is the best choice for me?

A: A few good choices in this situation would be the Mosom Plus, the Coverbond 4, and the mfTriguard materials. The listings below give you the best choice first.

The Mosom Plus material offers you a fairly thick fabric that is lightweight with a soft interior. The Mosom Plus will pamper the finish of your vehicle, while providing a good barrier for dent protection. It also will provide very good UV protection, dust, dirt, and water repellency for use outdoors and in. Good breathability.

The Coverbond 4 material offers the best dent protection out of the three materials. The addition of a polypropylene layer to the exterior of this material gives it a firmer exterior, which helps to resist dents, small hail and the foot traffic in your garage. The interior of the car cover is soft. The car cover offers good dirt, dust, UV protection and water repellency. Good breathability.

The Triguard is the best value of the three materials and is lightweight for ease of use. This material offers good basic protection indoors and out. This car cover should not be considered for dent protection, as it is fairly thin. This car cover is good choice for those on a budget.


Q: What is the best cover for indoor use?

A: Coverking's new Stretch Satin car covers provide a body-hugging fit and a super soft interior to pamper fine paint finishes. The outer shell of woven polyester has Lycra/Spandex® added to the yarns to provide STRETCH and memory - the stretch provides the body-hugging fit and the memory assures the car cover will retain its shape over an extended period of time. Stretch Satin car covers are available in many color choices. Good breathability.


Q: I have a convertible and it is covered exclusively indoors. What are good choices for my vehicle?

A: The Coverbond 4 material is the best choice for those who cover their convertible vehicle indoors. The Coverbond 4 is dust/dirt resistant, very breathable material that will not leave unsightly lint on the canvas top. The Coverbond 4 provides a good barrier for dent protection, while pampering your finish with a very soft interior.


Q: I have a convertible and it is covered outdoors. What is the best choice for me?

A: Any of the outdoor car covers will work well for your needs. Here are a few good choices.

The best choices for the person who uses their car cover everyday is the Autobody Armor or Stormproof material. The Autobody Armor and Stormproof offer the best outdoor protection possible, while still allowing good breathability. These state of the art car covers are lightweight and are very easy to use, especially for those who like to protect their baby as much as possible. The Autobody Armor adds a soft inner liner and a Lycra like fit to hug the vehicle. You will have great UV protection, water repellency, dirt and dust protection. The Stormproof material is available in lots of color choices and two-tone colors.

The Mosom Plus material will protect your vehicle better than the Triguard and offers you a fairly thick fabric that is lightweight with a soft interior. The Mosom Plus will pamper the finish of your vehicle, while providing a good barrier for dent protection. It also will provide very good UV protection, dust, dirt, and water repellency for use outdoors and indoors. Good breathability.

The Coverbond 4 material offers the best dent protection out of the three materials. The addition of a polypropylene layer to the exterior of this material gives it a firmer exterior, which helps to resist dents, small hail and the foot traffic in your garage. The interior of the car cover is soft. The car cover offers good dirt, dust, UV protection and water repellency. Good breathability.

The Triguard is the best value of the three materials and is lightweight for ease of use. This material offers good basic protection indoors and out. This car cover should not be considered for dent protection, as it is fairly thin. This car cover is good choice for those on a budget.


Q: My vehicle is covered outdoors for three or more days at a time. What is the best choice for me?

A: There are many choices for this type of use. We will give you the best three.

Hands down, the Autobody Armor or Stormproof are the best car covers for you. These car covers offer the best possible protection, while still providing good breathability. Breathability is very important in this type of situation because your vehicle will most likely see some sort of precipitation that will need to dry on its own. Breathable fabrics allow moisture to evaporate before the moisture begins to create a mold and mildew science project on your vehicle's finish.

The Mosom Plus material is another good choice. The Mosom Plus material offers you a fairly thick fabric that is lightweight with a soft interior. The Mosom Plus will pamper the finish of your vehicle, while providing a good barrier for dent protection. It also will provide very good UV protection, dust, dirt, and water repellency for use outdoors and in. The Mosom Plus offers good protection and a great price. Good breathability.

The Coverbond 4 material offers good outdoor protection at a reasonable price. The addition of a polypropylene layer to the exterior of this material gives it a firmer exterior, which helps to resist dents, small hail and the foot traffic in your garage. The interior of the car cover is soft. The car cover offers good dirt, dust, UV protection and water repellency. Good breathability.


Q: have a sports car or a vehicle with a small amount of storage space, which car cover will not take up too much storage space?

A: The best choice for the person who has a limited amount of storage space is the Stormproof material. The Stormproof offers the best outdoor protection possible, while still allowing good breathability. This state of the art lightweight, windbreaker like material is very easy to use, especially for those who like to protect their baby as much as possible. You will have great UV protection, water repellency, dirt and dust protection. Stormproof offers many color choices and two-tone colors available. Other good fabric choices for limited storage space, with a budget in mind, would be the Triguard and the Silverguard materials. The Triguard and Silverguard are the best value of the three materials and is lightweight for ease of use. These materials offer good basic protection indoors and out. The interior of these fabrics is paint friendly, while providing fairly good outdoor protection. These car covers should not be considered for dent protection, as they are fairly thin.


Q: I am most interested in a car cover that will protect my vehicle from dents, dings, small hail, animals and falling tree debris. What is the best choice for me?

A: The Coverbond 4 material offers the best dent protection in the Coverking family of car covers. The addition of a polypropylene layer to the exterior of this material gives it a firmer exterior, which helps to resist dents, small hail and the foot traffic in your garage. The interior of the car cover is soft. The car cover offers good dirt, dust, UV protection and water repellency. Good breathability.

The Mosom Plus fabric would also be a good choice for dent protection. It offers good dent protection, as well as, better water repellency, and a softer inner layer over the Coverbond 4. The Mosom Plus fabric is a great choice for those who want the best bang for their buck.


Q: I live in a very high sunlight environment (like Arizona, Texas, Florida, Nevada and California) and I am mainly concerned with keeping the UV rays from damaging my vehicle and help keep the interior of the vehicle cooler. What is best for me?

A: The Silverguard Plus is the best choice for high sun environments. It has a reflective outer layer that deflects UV rays away from your vehicle. It has a soft inner layer to help resist water, dust and dirt, as well as, pamper the finish.