Brand: Cover Protector
Product Code: CPX
Availability: In Stock
The perfect decorative protector for the spa cover
The Cover Protector is a decorative, protective cover which attaches as a "second skin" onto the spa cover. The Cover Protector is easy to apply and transforms a weathered spa cover in no time from an eyesore into an attractive centerpiece of your garden.
Just like a standard spa cover, the Cover Protector is made of a material with a poly-vinyl chloride (PVC) exterior. During the manufacturing process, a special coating is applied to the vinyl sealer, which ensures the elasticity and easy maintenance of the Cover Protector and also makes it look good.
Easy of use
The Cover Protector can be applied directly over the existing spa cover, and is easily removable.
Because vinyl does not tolerate UV-radiation very well, it will lose it's quality over time. Therefore it is important to well maintain the vinyl top layer and protect it against UV-radiation. Additionally mildew (mold) can worsen the quality of the spa cover and Cover Protector, therefore please carefully read our maintenance tips.
Stock sizes (length x width x skirt x radius):
- 205 x 205 x 25 x 10 cm (80½ x 80½ x 10 x 4")
- 220 x 220 x 25 x 10 cm (86½ x 86½ x 10 x 4")
- 235 x 235 x 25 x 10 cm (92½ x 92½ x 10 x 4")
Stock sizes are only available in the colours Espresso (dark brown) and Portobello (dark grey).
- Upon request, delivery time: 2 weeks
- Espresso (dark brown)
- Portobello (dark grey)
Colours available upon request:
- Redwood Brown
- Coastal Grey (light grey)
How to measure the spa?
- Measure the length (A) and width (B) of the spa cover using a tape measure.
- Next, measure the height of the skirt, which is the distance from the top of the cover to the bottom of the skirt.
Finally, measure the radius of the corner of the spa (D).
Place a carpenter’s square on the outside corner of the spa (see image). The distance between the square’s inside corner and the point where it touches the spa’s corner is the radius. The example shows a corner with a radius of 6 inches.
Tip: if you don’t have a carpenter’s square, you can use a tape measure and a straight-edge.