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Old 05-31-2004, 01:43 PM   #1
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Talking Soft Flannel Car Cover for our babies...

Here's the cover that I purchased about 6-7 years ago - the tan one -

I use it for Tim's black '99 cuz it doesn't leave any lint whatsoever, whereas, the grey ones do.... and, we all know black shows everything.....

if anyone can find this tan cover anywhere --- let me know!

otherwise, the grey ones are available from California Car company and you just need to wash it a few times and vacume out the inside to get rid of some of the lint.....

http://www.calcarcover.com/cover_find.aspx
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the grey covers on the trunk of Flash are the covers that we use for outside --- NOAH ...

I do not like putting these on a black car --
our other cars do fine but it does seem as if these outdoor covers put fine scratches in the black paint...
just a heads up warning....

the indoor covers I believe are called "Dust Top"
or soft weave ...
just look for 100% cotton - and flannel lining...

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Old 06-02-2004, 12:39 PM   #4
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Hey Bonnie, try this:

http://www.covercraft.com/tan_flannel.htm
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hey -

I think you got it -

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