Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Just outside Baltimore, MD, USA
Sealskin vs Covercraft car covers
I'm acquiring a second Spider which will get the garage, pushing the current one to the curb until I can sell it (if I do; might be hard to part with it; I've a secluded neighborhood so it's safe it's a question of preservation). I intend to get a car cover for it and have good luck with Covercraft covers over the years. They fit well and and "breathe" while allowing water to wick over the car; IOW, while keeping water from flowing into seams and drains, they don't trap moisture under the cover.
As an alternative, I came across an ad for Sealskin covers. Slightly less expensive than the Covercraft. Does anyone have any experience with these? Anyone have experience with both Sealskins and Covercraft for the sake of comparison?
Jim: '17 Giulia Q4 Ti Sport/Performance, '83 and '92 Spiders, '12 Honda Odyssey family hauler, '18 Mustang GT, and a '96 Taurus SHO because I love underdogs, and small V8s