Pizza places here have started sealing boxes with a sticker to demonstrate that nobody has touched your food during delivery - the idea being its sterile going in the box (from the oven) and too hot to get infected, then sealed before delivery.
As an added side benefit, it prevents this scenario.
My soft top arrived in a box, and the top itself was in a kinda crappy vinyl wrapper with Velcro straps. It works alright for winter storage. I just lean it agains the wall of the garage.
I’ve seen soft top ‘boots’ that are intended to cover the soft top while folded on the Jeep. They may work...
This isn’t shaming people or claiming they *shouldn’t* own a Jeep. Go for it. Your money.
I’m just baffled and trying to understand your motivations when you don’t use it.
It’s like buying a house and only living in an RV in the driveway. Or owning a boat that never gets wet.
The only time I left her at the dealer was for a minor warranty fix - and it was an all-day affair for the damned shuttle. Only a few minutes after I was dropped off by the shuttle, they called to let me know it was ready.
You have all the tools you need for rotating tires sitting...
And I am similarly baffled by the number of Jeeps driving around in glorious summer weather without even the damn windows open.
Why.....did you buy a Jeep....exactly?
note - hard top for hard winters. Dual top was a must for me.
This is why “software engineering” isn’t yet refined enough to be considered engineering in many circles, with only limited exceptions.
Softies need to get their shit together. Until they can consistently design a software product that delivers results reliably and to spec - they just ain’t...