Lightweight Car Top Cover Dark Blue £3.99 @ argos ( Think of the SNOW that will be coming ) usually £14.99
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Lightweight Car Top Cover Dark Blue £3.99 @ argos ( Think of the SNOW that will be coming ) usually £14.99

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Found 28th Jan 2012
Think of the SNOW that will be on its way and grab one of these for your car for £3.99 you cant go wrong .

Save yourself time in the morning . Dont waste time scrapping snow from your car . Its far to cold for that

You know it makes sense
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good find, albeit dreadful reviews
How long does it take to clean snow from the windscreen, 30 secs?
Save your money.
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sixpot

How long does it take to clean snow from the windscreen, 30 secs?Save … How long does it take to clean snow from the windscreen, 30 secs?Save your money.



Thats 30 secs to long in the freezing cold
You have to open both doors to remove the cover (which usually ends up with snow falling inside the car) then you put the soaking wet cover in your boot (again more snow falling in the car) then the following night you put the still wet cover back on your windscreen, which inevitably freezes to the screen overnight.
I still think It's less fuss to clear it yourself.
Original Poster
sixpot

You have to open both doors to remove the cover (which usually ends up … You have to open both doors to remove the cover (which usually ends up with snow falling inside the car) then you put the soaking wet cover in your boot (again more snow falling in the car) then the following night you put the still wet cover back on your windscreen, which inevitably freezes to the screen overnight.I still think It's less fuss to clear it yourself.



personal opinion so fair enough . but no need to open doors it clips under wheel arches

Edited by: "danmckay" 28th Jan 2012
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Its cheap it might not be for everyone i just put it on here coz its cheap
just looks like a tarpaulin sheet, with wings (clips), but a bargain non the less

http://img543.imageshack.us/img543/5751/clipboardimagel.jpg
Edited by: "watson44" 28th Jan 2012
here's a full cover Lightweight Tailored Fit Black Polyester Car Cover - Medium (was £50 - Now £14)

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/676/clipboardimage1h.jpg
Hi Watson44
Have one of these, too heavy, difficult to store when removed, now covers my garden table & chairs.
Still a great buy but for a different purpose.
Cheers xx
Car covers will scratch the paint as they move around in the wind etc.

also, if it's cold enough and the car is wet, or if the cover isn't breathable enough,either don't put it on, or be prepared to remove a cover that's frozen to the car - and you'd still need to scrape the ice off!

Personally, I say buy a hat, scarf and gloves.
Banned
... Or buy a garage.
bigwelsh

... Or buy a garage.

Don't be silly, garages are for filling with all the junk you don't want in the house.
watson44

here's a full cover Lightweight Tailored Fit Black Polyester Car Cover - … here's a full cover Lightweight Tailored Fit Black Polyester Car Cover - Medium (was £50 - Now £14)[url=http%253A%252F%252Fwww.argos.co.uk%252Fstatic%252FProduct%252FpartNumber%252F7404324.htm]http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/7404324.htm[/url]Not suitable for cars over 20years old ?????!


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admittedly i would prob end up usin it for something else lol but hey i thought for 3,99 it pennies for most
an old sheet or black bin liners , had one of these got pinched !! oO
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