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Anyone run across thin car covers? Not the thick tarp like version but a thin cotton one that you can fold up like a sheet. I don't need one for rain, snow ect, just one to keep the dust off when I leave it in the garage for a couple of days. (like that ever happens)
 

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theyogawarrior said:
Anyone run across thin car covers? Not the thick tarp like version but a thin cotton one that you can fold up like a sheet. I don't need one for rain, snow ect, just one to keep the dust off when I leave it in the garage for a couple of days. (like that ever happens)
http://www.covercraft.com/dustop%AE.htm This is the car cover I bought. I fold it up when I am not using it. It works great!
 

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Just go to your neighborhood O'Reilly's, Autozone, Napa, etc. Heck, even Wally World has "thin" car covers that are great for indoor dust protection. I got mine at Wally World for like $29.00. Works great at keeping the dust and that stupid ceiling accoustic cottage cheese stuff that is always falling down off my ride. :cool:
 

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http://www.covercraft.com/dustop%AE.htm This is the car cover I bought. I fold it up when I am not using it. It works great!
I am in total agreement here. The Dustop cover is relatively expensive, but well worth it. It's a 4-ply cover, but very easy to handle and it definitely keeps all dust off the car.
 

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Canadian Tire sells them in all sizes, although it's a bit of a drive for you to get to the nearest store.
 

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I found out about the dust cover at this site http://www.carcoverworld.com/Mustang.asp from a forum member here at AFM. It appears to be of professional grade and he was very happy with the cover. I guess not only is it thin, but very soft as well to help in avoiding leaving scratches in paint.
 
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