Rhino Shelter Car Storage Bag Customer Reviews
56 Customer Reviews
Leave a loaf of bread out on the counter untouched long enough, and it'll sprout mold and spoil. Unfortunately, the same thing happens to vehicles left unused too long. In your driveway, a parked car bakes in the sun and corrodes away by rainy weather. In a garage, gritty dust and humidity will wreak havoc on every inch of your car. For the ultimate indoor automotive armor, wrap your ride inside the protective folds of the Rhino Shelter Car Storage Bag.
Because the Rhino Shelter Car Storage Bag completely encloses your vehicle, it delivers a greater defense than traditional car covers. Moisture, dust and bugs can't get in, so you're ride is left safe and sound.
Your Rhino Shelter Car Storage Bag is built from premium 8 oz. polyethylene with quality zippers on all three sides. It comes with renewable desiccant bags to suck out any moisture, and a storage bag. 1-year warranty.
56 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by william b (ROWLEY, MA) Reviewed for a 1965 Pontiac Bonneville — Oct 02, 2014 4:50 AM
the cover is amply large enough for car. the zipper is well made and gave little grief zipping it up. arrived in a few days. paid $230 for mine and I think that's a great value for what it is and what it does. It also gives greater protection and looks a lot neater than a poly tarp.
Reviewed by guy g (Alburnett, IA) Reviewed for a 2004 Buick Regal — Apr 23, 2014 7:31 PM
I only used it for the first time a week ago. The zipper worked fine as long as I took it slow and didn't force it. I am a little nervous about the durability of the material The drive to the storage garage is a mixture of gravel,clay and sand so was concerned about tracking in grit that might puncture the material so I bought another tarp for $19 to park the car on and used an old tarp to protect the front part when I drove on to it. I have an 85 MR2 that I drive in the summer and a '04 buick that I drive on trips and through the winter. The buick rotors, under pan and exhaust rust during summer storage so hope this will take care of it.
Reviewed by ryan s (folly beach, SC) — Mar 15, 2014 8:05 AM
I bought this for my classic car parked under a carport on an island. Awesome results, keeps the salt, moisture, critters, out! I used a dehumidifier to keep it dry inside & probably could get away without it. Once it pulls out the moisture inside it hardly needs to run which means it's a pretty good sealed system. Large, can fit a car plus other stuff, bikes, etc. Quality good. Zips and unzips easily. You will still need a car cover on your car inside the bag to protect the paint job.
Reviewed by Bryan E (SOUTHLAKE, TX) Reviewed for a 1959 MG MGA — Feb 22, 2014 5:16 AM
The Rhino car storage bag is a solution to a long-time problem. My cars have always needed better protection than the tarps and car covers I used in the past. After seeing the product and how well it seals, I have decided to order one or two more for my future "projects-in-waiting". .. Bryan
Reviewed by Miguel M (NIAGARA FALLS, NY) Reviewed for a 2007 Volkswagen Touareg — Jan 09, 2014 6:03 AM
Product looks sturdy and has a very generous fit with lots if extra room which made placing car inside and zipping up a breeze. I will be keeping a car in unheated garage for the winter, and have refrained from giving 5 stars since have not been able to confirm if this will actually protect vehicle as promised. But based on initial quality this products looks very good.
Reviewed by Larry M (Livonia, MI) Reviewed for a 1936 Ford 68 — Dec 11, 2013 11:54 AM
I zipped up my 1936 Ford Coupe for the first time last month. As other reviewers stated, it is way too big, especially for my car. However, I didn't have much trouble zipping the bag as others complained about. As long as you align the edges of the zipper while it's moved along it goes fine. I also sucked out as much air as possible using my shop vac and it pulled it up tight against the car. I then folded over the excess and held it in place with plastic clamps and duct tape.
Reviewed by Tommy H (BAKERSFIELD, CA) Reviewed for a 1961 Ford Thunderbird — Nov 22, 2013 9:42 PM
The Bag is very large. I use it outside under a tarp. I laid the bag flat and drove the car over it and positioned the car approximately in the middle. The bag zipped up well with just a little effort to keep the zipper from jamming as it rounded the corners. A car cover and blankets were used to help protect the paint.
Reviewed by Steven M (KAUKAUNA, WI) — Oct 27, 2013 6:49 PM
Seems like the answer to the problem of rodents finding a way into my stored car over the winter. The product seems very durable, well made, easy to use, and I am looking forward to using the storage bag year after year. The vehicle should be uncovered in the spring looking as pristine as when it was covered for the winter.