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I have NEVER heard of a Boomerang MasterSeries coming off in a car wash. MasterSeries covers have a stainless steel ring that locks on. The cover in the video is NOT a Boomerang tire cover and the vehicle is not a Jeep.just to be sure, the hard tire cover need to be removed everytime you go thru a car wash? That is what I was told in the chat on your web site when I asked about this video. (air dryer blows off cover)
**Please also note the video is of Boomerang Car Wash. This is not Boomerang Enterprises, Inc that manufactures tire covers. Totally different company.**
Where did you hear of this happening with one of our MasterSeries covers? If you were told this on our chat someone was incorrect. There have been isolated incidents of soft covers being sucked off by HIGH power car washes but never a MasterSeries.
So the short answer is NO you do not need to remove your tire cover when you wash your vehicle.
Please let me know if you need additional information about this.