|Which One is Right for You?|
We offer a wide selection of fabrics, to allow
you to select the one that will meet your vehicle's protection needs and budget.
Different fabrics offer different levels of protection performance, and some focus
on protecting from a specific element, like intense sun exposure or dust. Our range
of fabrics is based on experience in manufacturing covers since 1965. Use the chart
below to help identify which fabric is best suited for the protection needs you
require. We've tried to be as realistic as possible in showing how the fabrics perform
in certain conditions, but keep in mind that our opinion is based on performance
comparisons with other fabrics currently used for vehicle covers.
This is a prime example of what NOT to do to your vehicle! All Covercraft fabrics
are "breathable" to allow good air circulation under the cover. That's important
because it assures that any moisture or condensation under the cover can easily
evaporate, and it also reduces heat build-up on hot days. Remember, rain water (not
acid rain) won't hurt a vehicle's finish; it's UV rays and pollutants in the air
that cause the most damage to the exterior and interior finish.
Using the chart, you'll find good, basic protection is provided by the Multibond®
/ Block-it® 200 Series fabric, while NOAH® and WeatherShield® are more expensive
and provide excellent all-weather protection. For paint protection from dust and
dirt during indoor storage, consider tan flannel or Dustop®. If a cover is being
used in an extreme sun environment, Sunbrella® or our new WeatherShield® HD may
be the best cover to use. It all depends on the protection level you want to achieve,
and the amount of money you want to budget, to protect your investment. In the long
run, the cost of the cover is minimal compared to the replacement cost of what you
are protecting. Remember, a cover not only protects BOTH the inside and outside
of a vehicle, it also acts as a theft-deterrent by keeping the vehicle out of view
to potential thieves.