Reviewed By Sanfred T (Columbus, OH) Reviewed for a 2002 Mercury Sable —5/31/2010 9:24 PM
I've had sun shades before. Some had been cardboard and some vinyl. This is clearly the best yet!!!
Reviewed By Kyle D (North Royalton, OH) Reviewed for a 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis —2/19/2015 7:58 PM
To install I had to buy a set of vacuum hose adapters since my vehicle had 1/4" tubing ($4 for the parts). I used two huge worm screw hose clamps to mount the bracket to my power brake booster, it works out well. Installation was easy once I figured out where to place the unit. In cold weather below 20F my wiper fluid will freeze to the windshield until the defroster warms the windshield, and I use high quality -20F fluid, wasn't expecting that.
Reviewed By Barbara H (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Sienna —7/12/2015 6:34 AM
I bought the windshield cover because we have a giant tree that drops stuff, and the car sits outside. However, when the cover arrived, I realized it could also be used in cold and icy conditions. I have wanted to purchase something like this for a long time, so I am quite pleased. The tiny drawback is that the shade has to be tucked in on each side. That is how it stays put. For my particular circumstance, opening the passenger door is a bit tricky, as the car is parked in a tight space.