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A perfectly clean car cover on a perfectly clean car makes sense. Once you put it on a dirty car than the inside of the car cover is dirty. Once the car cover is dirty, any time you put it on you're rubbing that dirt on the finish. Throw in some wind and you have sand paper. What do you do if the car is wet? What do you do with a wet car cover when you take it off? You'd get soaked folding it up, then where do you put it? Do you try to let it dry some how (where?) or throw it somewhere folded up wet. What if you're leaving for a week? Farting around with a stiff icy/snow covered car cover sounds like fun on a winter morning. When you get home do you put it on an slush covered, salt encrusted car? Where do you keep it when you aren't using it? Trunk? Must make a mess and take up space. Perhaps there are solutions to all those problems (I've never used one for the reasons above) if so please enlighten me. They sound like a real PETA to me.
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