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    Oxford Stretch Covers

    These covers fit great, my bikes get a lot of dust on them and this looks just the ticket.

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    I use these they are excellent and look very tidy


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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    I think I'll get a couple of them, look neater than the old bed sheets I've got on mine at the moment.
    Where the best place to get them?

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    Look smart. Does the fabric look like it would trap dust easily? My underground carpark is quite a dusty environment so I'd want a fabric that dust is going to come off easily.

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Look smart. Does the fabric look like it would trap dust easily? My underground carpark is quite a dusty environment so I'd want a fabric that dust is going to come off easily.
    Im not sure, let me look at it after tea and I'll let you know..

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kennybush View Post
    I think I'll get a couple of them, look neater than the old bed sheets I've got on mine at the moment.
    Where the best place to get them?
    I bought that one off Amazon Kenny..34 quid

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00T4R0X...p_mob_ap_share

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    Heres a close up of that material Alex, the instructions for cleaning and what not I've also included.

    I don't think it would pick up a lot of dust as it's quite tightly woven, but a smooth vinyl which they do but not fully elasticated (from what I can see) maybe a better option if it's a dust bowl.

    I orientated that page and its pixilated, heres a link to my Google pics for easier reading..https://photos.app.goo.gl/tSjqPc1rubN8x1D16

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    Re: Oxford Stretch Covers

    Cheers boss.

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