Covercraft Ultratect Car Cover Customer Reviews
117 Customer Reviews
Your Covercraft Ultratect Car Cover doesn’t just keep your ride looking showroom new—this cutting-edge fabric retains its sharp looks longer than other materials. Each cover is stitched together using solution-dyed WeatherMax® SL fabrics, the most fade-resistant you can find! Every single thread is dyed from the inside out, not just on its surface. This advanced coloring process leaves your Ultratect Car Cover fully fade resistant.
Along with retaining its color longer, the Ultratect Car Cover also delivers superior outdoor protection against water and UV rays. It’s finished on both sides with HydroMax to repel rain and morning dew, yet still remains fully breathable for natural drying. And, this lightweight car cover blocks against even the harshest sun exposure.
Never one-size-fits-all, Covercraft custom tailors the Ultratect Car Cover for a form fit on your ride. Plus, this tight cover holds its shape longer than most and won’t get baggy. You even get a solid 4-year warranty.
117 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David L C (Norwell, MA) Reviewed for a 2010 Porsche 911 — Feb 14, 2014 5:13 AM
I've used have a dozen different car covers. This is my first purchase of Covercraft Ultratect Cover. So far I like the quality of material & most important to me the custom fit. I plan to use it in & out doors !
Reviewed by T Lynne B (HOMEWOOD, CA) Reviewed for a 1963 Studebaker Avanti — Jan 13, 2014 5:18 PM
Blocking the hot sunlight to keep it cool inside while not blowing at all in the high winds so the finish is not scuffed with the cover, while I need to use the garage for other project now. Easy to put on and roll up on removal and will stow nicely in a relatively compact space considering the size of it, completely covering under the bumpers and wheel covers. Found and installed the antenna grommet.
Reviewed by Jorge H (Houston, TX) Reviewed for a 1994 Nissan Sentra — Dec 23, 2013 10:13 PM
I live here in the Houston area and this car cover fits perfect on my car. Although, it's been raining a lot and the cover is not keeping out or repelling the water. A red dust from Mexico made things worst on the days that wasn't raining filtering in through the fabrics. After having the cover on the car for two weeks and finding all the stains from dust, leaves, tree sap, and other elements, I realize that this car cover material (Ultratect), is not proper for Houston weather.
Reviewed by thomas w (ridley park, PA) Reviewed for a 2006 Ford Mustang — Dec 10, 2013 8:05 AM
The fit is perfect and it is relatively easy to install and remove. There is a large amount of cloth involved and I got pretty wet when I was removing the cover from my car after a rain storm. I was hoping for a bit more water repellency, but aside from that I am pleased with the product.
Reviewed by Andrew O (BEAVER, PA) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford Taurus — Dec 09, 2013 3:33 AM
After paying several hundred dollars on a car cover, I was surprised to find out that I had to make the hole for the antenna. Although I measured as well as I could, the hole I made was not quite where it needed to be. So now the car cover does not lie flat on the car. I would think that there is only one place for an antenna for a particular model and that Covercraft could make the hole more accurately and neatly than I could.