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Old 16 Jul 2004, 10:11 pm
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I purchased a wolf car cover blockit 200 model. There were no folding instructions or care info. Anybody have one that I could get the instruction sheet from?[:I]
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Folding a car cover is pretty universal:
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quote:Lift one side of the cover to the center of the car. Repeat on the other side. Fold each side one more time to the center. From the back, roll the cover up to the front. Remember, the cover is now inside out, so do not let it get dirty between uses.
Block-it car cover care from Kimberly-Clark and video on how to put on and take off a cover:

http://www.block-it.com/care4cvr.html
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Thanks I've looked all day for that web site. I had no literature with the cover bought it off ebay. Thanks again now I know how to keep it clean also[^]
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What they don't tell you is NOT to use fabric softener IF your car cover is machine washable at home. My car cover is pretty thick (4 layers) so washing it is basically hosing the dirt and bird bombs off the cover, then take it off the car and line dry. Very little moisture/water gets through the cover, so I don't worry much about any water spotting.
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gonzo, how's the folding going? I noticed in the instructions to start folding from the front. I do it from the rear, compressing it on the class, and not on the paint. It slides into the back when I'm done. Of course tht's when the wind isn't making the thing into a spinaker, then it's stuffed into the trunk and delt with later! My blockit material is like paper. It already has rips around the antena that I've had to duct tape from the back side. I almost feel like I should have gone to the more expensive light weight material.
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JPMSGT,
Love my cover, It keeps the flying bird dung from my car. I added 2 things: someone gave me a PT cruiser decal(long story)I installed under the wolf front logo. Looks pretty cool. And I purchased Velcro strips, it has double face tape cut holes for the antenna, put one on the face side and one on the back side felt side out. Works great. Is keeping the hole from spreading.
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