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2nd try - Anyone know how to patch a Noah

While parked at work some cat (I assume) clawed/chewed a 4 inch hole in it over what would be the buttress area. I hate to buy a new one if this one can be patched.
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"patch a Noah"?? I assume this was a typo/autocorrect, but can't think what you mean!

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Noah is a car cover brand.
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Noah is a car cover brand.
A car cover can be patched...take it in to either a car cover upholsterer or any upholsterer...It won't look new but it will do it's job. I had my SKY cover done where the aerial came out of the round bezel....it did not come out perfect but the top is usable....
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This looks like it would work: https://www.amazon.com/Patch-Car-Cov.../dp/B071YJ3QFN

Edit: Except that I just noticed it is currently unavailable.

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A tire repair patch should be strong enough
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Try calling Covercraft and tell them what happened. Someone on another forum had a similar problem, called them, and they offered to fix it, but the shipping costs were too high for him. They then offered to send a piece of the fabric that he could use to repair the hole. The thread ended at that point so I don't know how it worked out.

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You may want to google camping supplies to see if a tent patch would work.

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