Indoor Car Cover Research
Usually about three types of customers go for Indoor car covers - people who are especially fond of their cars, those who are proud possessors of special antique models, and owners of cool convertibles.
However, anybody going for an Indoor car cover may ask himself or herself what type of usage he or she is considering and what degree of performance is expected out of the cover. Of course a reference to the Rating Chart is equally significant.
Type of Usage
The Type of usage includes the periodicity of use, how often (sooner or later) the indoor car cover is likely to be used as also the garage set up. People who take their garage-housed vehicle pretty often and has to cover/ uncover all the time would evidently go for a lightweight indoor cover that is easy on, easy off, i.e. a lightweight car cover that is easier to remove, pack and store.
For such people, a Satin Stretch car cover is fine for regular use. On the other hand, when the garage plays host to whosoever parks his or her car for shorter periods of time or becomes part of a playground for children and also in cases where one has to leave his or her vehicle for extended periods of time, heavier indoor covers - natural ding and dent stoppers in the shape of Coverguard is needed. The fabric creates a natural safety zone for the car and minor dents are automatically cushioned by the cover.
An indoor car cover has multiple duties to perform. It must have 'breathability' to dispel condensation and heat that gets trapped between the car and the cover during precipitation. And for that it has to allow air to flow freely through the fabric. Satin Stretch car covers are both 'breathable' and do the job well.
Apart from being 'breathable', an indoor car cover should have the capability to block the dust accumulating on the car and doing it much harm. Incidentally, a vehicle's outer skin or the paint is just about 0.006" thick and the dust settling on it can become abrasive and cause minuscule scratches. But by the time these are noticed, it is already too late and nothing much can be done about it. Therefore, a good indoor car cover is needed that can keep dust away from the surface of the vehicle.
Yet another significant duty of an indoor car cover is to provide a satin smooth lining to the cover that literally pampers the finish. The velvety lining of the Satin Stretch car cover do this pampering to the greatest extent. In fact, the coarseness of the material is so negligible that the touch is always feathery.
A good and dependable indoor car cover must be treated with inhibitors to control mildew and rot as when moisture is expelled or gets accumulated on the exterior of an indoor car cover, mildew is likely to form resulting the cover to rot.