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Re: NOAH car cover (archive)

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Posted by John J on November 13, 1998 at 15:44:04:

In Reply to: Re: NOAH car cover posted by Sean on November 13, 1998 at 14:13:02:


Thanks for that info Sean. I really wanted to make sure I'm getting a good deal before I get it. Hope you get your covered parking back.

Have a good day

: John,

: I bought one for my 95 M3 when they moved my office location and I lost the use of a parking garage. I was skeptical about car covers, but I must say the Noah has been very good to my ///M...I use it every day when I get to work and garage the car when I get home, so I don't know how it works with morning dew. I can say that I have left it on when it rains (they recommend this) and it takes a real soaking rain to get thru to the paint. It doesn't streak at all. One tip though, I wouldn't put it on when the car is real dirty. If it is, hose it off and towel it down to keep the major particles off the paint. Good luck...
: : Anyone had any experience with the new NOAH car cover? It seems pretty expensive but is it worth it?
: : I am using a cheap one and in the morning when I take it off, it leaves streaks probably from moisture and I hate cleaning the glass every time.
: : Also, what's a good alternative cheap car cover that handles moisture and well and will not scratch your car?
: : Any info would be great.

: : John J
: : 323is

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