While laughing at some of the humor in this post, Noah...pitch for patching things...
AND... the double post about a hole, cat eating destruction, it took me awhile this morning
to understand the problem. It's always something... comes with the territory of owner/operator.
Be lucky it was just a cat & the clawing was limited to one area, with minimal damage, 4x4 inches ?
The cost of car covers, is expensive depending on the make/model you purchase to protect
your baby. Protecting your top, under cover or garage roof is vital to it's lifetime usage.
Replacing the top, is very expensive in most cases. A household cat, with short claws can do a world of hurt
to your top, and or it's cover. Replacing the least expensive option, or in this case repairing it. There is no humor
in spending money over feline night time feeding habits.
The mfg. website should have a link, 1-800 # to CS rep, with answers on How To... repair one of their products?
Their parts dept. should have... an option for you, as to repair items the mfg. would use to repair their product?
RV & Marine stores, always have something on the shelf, or can order, or might have... a tech who can repair it quick?
DIY... is always fun= You-Tube, and less expensive, quicker & cheaper my Dad used to say. Duct tape is.. out of the question here.
So is glue.. Flex Seal product endorsement... IT fixes everything more or less. Velcro self adhesive strips might be an option?
Stitching it yourself while humming whistle while you work tune... could be an option? Nah...Adult beverages included?
IF an internet purchase, IS required with costs, you the owner don't need to justify on your credit card statement... over a cat.
Shipping times, door to door delivery, as opposed to, what the hell do I have out here in my box of wonder products I got this..
in the time it has taken me to type this drivel of mine... over a cat. Sunday morning humor...
Hmmmm a cat did this. Thank goodness.. it wasn't something bigger, a raccoon? An Owl? Deer? Bobcat? The odd goose off
course night time landing malfunction... Protect the Top at all costs, even for a cat.