Car bubbles

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DaveCavRS4

Original Poster:

635 posts

234 months

Tuesday 11th June
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This might be better in general chat but ill ask here first

Anyone use them ?

Not ideal but attempted to seal the garage up from little rodents but its going to be a massive job so looking into car bubbles instead

This one looks like it will be the easiest to live with.......

https://www.carcoon.com/product/indoor-veloce-carc...

Any experience from you guys?

gred

454 posts

172 months

Tuesday 11th June
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Had one in the past in a barn that was full of horsey stuff, feed, hay and less than sealed, shall we say.

Worked brilliantly as a rodent deterrent (and kept the dust/bird crap etc off) but a bit of a faff every time I wanted to get the car out. It was a classic that only came out high days and holidays so not a problem.

Truffles

579 posts

187 months

Tuesday 11th June
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I keep my Diablo in one all winter. I use the one with a frame so I can drive in and out though. Means I don't have to dismantle it every summer. https://www.carcoon.com/product-range/vehicle/indo...

DaveCavRS4

Original Poster:

635 posts

234 months

Friday 14th June
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Yeah, the frame one looks the eaisest to deal with

i will order :-)

DaveCavRS4

Original Poster:

635 posts

234 months

Monday 17th June
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Ordered, said would be shipped in a day or two


r o n n i e

372 posts

179 months

Monday 17th June
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Carcoon or airflow, as long as you get the structured ones are both good and do a great job. The collapsible ones are a pain to use in terms of getting your car in and out. The structured ones are simple, you undo a few zips and drive the car in / out without the hassle of needing to reinflate.