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All-Season Windshield Protector
“It works better than anything on the market and eliminates the need for hooks, magnets and bungee cords,” says Galen Crozier, Amana, Iowa, about his new all-season windshield cover for pickups and SUV’s.
  The patented one-piece cover is made from heavy-duty 1000 Denier Cordura fabric and is designed to cover the windshield and front side door windows. The side wings have pockets that slide over the doors’ window frames and are locked in place when the doors are shut. A 6-in. flap on front covers the windshield wiper blades.
  It’s designed to fit any full-size pickup or SUV including Chevy, Dodge, Ford, Toyota, Honda, and GMC brands.
  “It fits onto the doors like a mitten to keep snow and ice off in the winter and the heat out in the summer. It also adds some privacy if your vehicle is parked in public,” says Crozier. “Fishermen like the protection when they park at a public boat landing. Firemen enjoy the snow and ice protection and ease of removal when they get a call and don’t have time to scrape a windshield.
  “It works better than windshield covers that use hooks because they’re a pain to use and only cover the windshield. They’re also made from a cheap fabric that can easily rip, and blow off in heavy winds. The wind can make my windshield cover flap around a bit, but it won’t blow it off because the vehicle’s doors hold the cover in place.”
  The windshield cover comes in camouflage or black and gold for University of Iowa fans.
  Sells for $70 plus S&H.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Galen Crozier, P.O. Box 118, Amana, Iowa 52203 (ph 319 350-2259; galen.crozier@gethercovered.com; www.gethercovered.com).

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2012 - Volume #36, Issue #5