- Superior Value for Outdoor Protection
Mosom™ is a three layer material. The outer layers are
Spunbond Polyropylene, and the middle layer is a special micro-porus film.
The middle film layer is an excellent rain barrier, while allowing for
vapors to pass through. It is a great choice for all-round car cover use,
suggested for most conditions except extreme sun, snow or ice - in which
case we suggest
Stormproof. Mosom is a non-woven material, so in the unlikely event a
rip occurs in the material, it will not run.
car covers are very breathable, almost as breathable as
If your vehicle is exposed to rain for long durations, Mosom™ or
are both excellent choices. If protection from light nicks, scratches and
light hail is required, Coverbond 4 is the best choice.
Mosom™ is soft to the touch and won't scratch a vehicle finish (assuming
the vehicle is clean when the cover is applied). Mosom™ is available in
gray color, and offered with optional embroidery and officially
are other materials on the market which have the same basic construction -
a micro-porus film layer laminated to two layers of Spunbond Polypropylen.
Coverking developed Mosom™ in-house specifically for use as a car cover
material, and has added the highest levels of U.V. inhibitors - which
prevent degredation in sunny climates. Coverking tests all it's materials,
including Mosom™, to be compatible with automotive paints and clear coats.
Because Coverking is
TS16949 and QS-9000 certified, all materials used for Custom Car
Covers are tested and OEM approved.
revolutionary new material takes the stretch of Coverking Satin Stretch™
custom covers, and combines it with all weather protection. A middle layer
of Thermoplastic Polyurethane (TPU) provides your
vehicle with the best water resistance available from a Custom Car Cover
today. Two outer layers of woven polyester reinforce and protect the inner
layer while allowing moderate breathability. Protect your vehicle from the
elements while keeping a perfect fit!
Mosom Custom Car Covers are
manufactured with Coverking's famous
Custom Fit and the unique pattern designs which result in the fewest seams
possible - Compare the images on the left. In an effort to save material,
some car cover manufactures use patterns which are “chopped up” into small
pieces, and sewn together creating a patchwork effect. This method saves
more than 20% of total material use, but results in car covers which look
like patchwork quilts – seams everywhere. By having extra seams, risks of
seam failures and seam leakage increase. In addition, the car cover looses
it’s custom look and resembles a universal cover. Coverking has never
compromised the function or fit of it’s Custom Car Covers to save a few
yards of fabric.