No scratches...unless something rubs up against it or walks on it (cats come to mind...for those of you that keep them around). I have a four car garage, no dedicated shop or storage area, and have young kids. I'm always somewhat fearful of things banging against or getting dragged down the side of any of my cars. (backpacks, umbrellas, grocery bags, bikes, etc.). My car covers have protected the paint against a couple of accidental contacts, contacts that I'm sure wouldn't have "buffed-out" if the cover hadn't been in place.
To clean them, I either gently vacuum off the cover or just leave the car out on a dry windy day.
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How about no cover= no scatches?
Groits sell the plastic covers
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Car covers scratch paint so bad. If sitting for a long time just get super light painters plastic and lay on top. Just make sure the car is very clean before covering
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Be sure to get a premium cover. A fellow member recently reported paint damage to his car from motion by the cover while under that cover in his garage. Must have been a little drafty in there. You may have to do something special to accommodate a radio antenna.
Even though I keep my 64 300 inside, it still gets dirty between outings, so I need a lightweight cover, any recommendations on what size will fit?
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