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Just happen to see this product in Lazada from Singapore so for people like me who work in Tuas with Sandblasting, it is very useful.

 

You can check it out from the below link :

 

https://www.lazada.sg/products/v-automatic-movable-car-cover-machinewhole-car-with-remote-control-i292334790-s492336100.html?spm=a2o70.10453684.0.0.18086e40R7KzPs&mp=3

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looks good.

 

i definitely need this too..

 

you buying? share your review if so  [laugh]

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looks good.

 

i definitely need this too..

 

you buying? share your review if so  [laugh]

How come you need this le?

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looks good.

 

i definitely need this too..

 

you buying? share your review if so  [laugh]

Yes, getting it tonight and will share my review after using it.

 

I have compared the price in Taobao so this price is cheaper with local 6 month warranty.

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How come you need this le?

 

i'm too, working in a shipyard, Sandblasting environment..

 

less than a year.. my new car become old car..

the whole bodypaint, is rough..

Yes, getting it tonight and will share my review after using it.

 

I have compared the price in Taobao so this price is cheaper with local 6 month warranty.

 

nice, i tried to search in malaysia but not avail.

 

i just hope the device works really well, despite the withdrawing part

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i'm too, working in a shipyard, Sandblasting environment..

 

less than a year.. my new car become old car..

the whole bodypaint, is rough..

 

nice, i tried to search in malaysia but not avail.

 

i just hope the device works really well, despite the withdrawing part

You are suffering the same like me, I have to do clay bar every week as I cannot stand my car surface very rough.  [:|]

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Ppl wun steal meh?

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Ppl wun steal meh?

Use in office environment, not so bad. I will not need to use when park at my block open carpark as there is no sandblasting activities there.

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You are suffering the same like me, I have to do clay bar every week as I cannot stand my car surface very rough.  [:|]

 

wow.. you are like my colleague..

 

myself is super lazy..

 

i only clean my interior every few months..

most of the time.. i will just send for car wash..

 

it takes a lot of effort and time to do cleaning and not forgetting, clay bar..

its gonna break me up..

 

i also given up on polishing..

 

best, is to send for respray after few years..

recently i found a good spray paint in JB..

did my other car for only RM1.8k, change of color, external only.

 

effective for lazy bummer like myself  [:p]

Ppl wun steal meh?

 

it comes with some alarm, if i'm not mistaken..

 

anyway.. my workplace is restricted, hence no fear

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i'm too, working in a shipyard, Sandblasting environment..

 

less than a year.. my new car become old car..

the whole bodypaint, is rough..

 

No wonder you need this, if there is sandblasting activities around the parking area, your car paint confirmed gone case even you park just a while. Since you park there everyday, if your car paint already become rough, no need to buy this liao la, just go for respray few more years later. You not going to buy this to cover your already rough carpaint car?  [laugh]  

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No wonder you need this, if there is sandblasting activities around the parking area, your car paint confirmed gone case even you park just a while. Since you park there everyday, if your car paint already become rough, no need to buy this liao la, just go for respray few more years later. You not going to buy this to cover your already rough carpaint car? [laugh]

Respray first, then use the cover. More logical
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Ppl wun steal meh?

 

there is an anti-theft wire provided but video did not show how to use it.

 

wonder how long it takes to open and close the device.  Maybe 30sec each way is acceptable to me.

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Respray first, then use the cover. More logical

Buy new car then install

 

Lagi satki

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wow.. you are like my colleague..

 

myself is super lazy..

 

i only clean my interior every few months..

most of the time.. i will just send for car wash..

 

it takes a lot of effort and time to do cleaning and not forgetting, clay bar..

its gonna break me up..

 

i also given up on polishing..

 

best, is to send for respray after few years..

recently i found a good spray paint in JB..

did my other car for only RM1.8k, change of color, external only.

 

effective for lazy bummer like myself [:p]

 

 

it comes with some alarm, if i'm not mistaken..

 

anyway.. my workplace is restricted, hence no fear

I will wash and clay including vacuum every week then coat the plastic and leather once or twice a month as parking under hot sun will damage the leather if no protection.

 

These helps my car last for the past 10 years so it will last for another 10 years if well taken care of. Anyway, my car does not look like 11 years old.

 

Even your paint surface is very rough, just have to clay and coat it with wax or Nano coating, dun need to respray.

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Road side public parking cannot leh!... coupon cannot display for sure... car park app dunno how, wait car park 'alimah angry no like

 

In my outdoor course of work.... the sun is the killer more than dirt

 

Dont know during the swirling (closing time) wont the turning scratch the roof top or sides especially since dust/dirt fragments will fall out and the fabric become like sandpaper instead... I think the good old fashioned manual ones are better,only seen them used during painting works         

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Road side public parking cannot leh!... coupon cannot display for sure... car park app dunno how, wait car park 'alimah angry no like

 

In my outdoor course of work.... the sun is the killer more than dirt

 

Dont know during the swirling (closing time) wont the turning scratch the roof top or sides especially since dust/dirt fragments will fall out and the fabric become like sandpaper instead... I think the good old fashioned manual ones are better,only seen them used during painting works         

 

yes, i would be afraid of scratches when keeping the cover so i will stick to my 'manual'.

 

i have a car that is under cover most days as it is seldom driven. quite easy to cover and uncover by myself.

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No regrets and covering or keeping the cover are so much easier now, you will definitely take slightly longer time as you need to familiarize with the whole operation but once you used to it, it only takes less than 2 minutes.

 

Just to have to mount it on the centre of the vehicle then release the cover and it will descend the cover following by arming the unit. Keeping the cover also the same. 

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Buy new car then install

 

Lagi satki

 

Buy new car every 3 mths.

 

Even more satki than you!

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