Caring for your Cerberus Cover.

Fitting and looking after your CoversShop Cerberus indoor cover.

Firstly , fitting the cover to your car:

  • You may have noticed the cover is packed in its bag inside out. This is done on purpose to make fitting it easier.
  • The bag for the cover is attached to the back of the cover, so you cannot literally remove the cover from the bag. This is an easy way to define front from back, although there is also a little label at the front saying “front”.
  • Put the cover on the roof of your car, pointing in the right direction, and unroll it. Once unrolled, if the sides haven't dropped down, pull them down and secure the elasticated hem under your bumpers. Just allow the bag to hang at the back.

Due to the nature of how the covers are manufactured, the door zip positions may not be exact. Although even if not exact they are still perfectly usable by just lifting the cover slightly.

To pack the cover back into its bag, simply reverse this procedure by folding the cover inwards first, and then rolling up.

To clean your cover:

  • It can be washed in a domestic washing machine. Use a cool (30) nylon wash and, critically, do not use any fabric softener – either as an integral part of the powder/liquid, or added separately.


Do not cover a car that has been recently resprayed and the paint has not been oven baked. Leave for 3 months to allow the curing process and make sure the cover doesn't interfere with this. Likely affects are marbling or blooming of the paintwork if this is not followed. This is not caused by the cover but is caused by interference with the curing process.

Beware of any sharp points. Unless covered with an old glove or something similar, they are likely to tear the cover.