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Getting in your car can be a real problem in the summer. Everything you touch is hot! Keep your car cooler with these Alpha Car Shades!
Here in Arizona it is pretty hot in the summer. Shades are a pretty big deal here. You need good ones that will block out the sun so when you step into your car you aren’t scorched touching the steering wheel. Who wants to wait 10 minutes to dive while their car cools down?
Here’s a view of the Alpha Car Shades from the inside.
They have a silver lining on the outside to reflect the sun and a dark interior to help keep the sun out. Setting it up is fairly easy. All you have to to is open them up, making sure the silver is on the outside, and then put your visor over it to secure it in place. It has adjustable corners so you can tuck here and there to get the coverage you need.
Here in Arizona it gets so hot you feel like you are melting outside. You have to be cautious when getting in the car so you don’t burn your skin on everything you touch. Using these Alpha Car Shades is a must if you live in a hot place. I have had shades in the past that do not have the silver lining and I know they didn’t work as well. These shades reflect a lot more light then the other shades I have used in the past which makes my car cooler. I can touch the steering wheel right away when I use the Alpha Car Shades whereas before I had to let my car cool down for a few minutes before I could drive.
I love how these store away. They come in a little pouch so you can fold them up and slide them right under your seat. The elastic on it and the cover makes it so they don’t pop open in your car. you are assured they will stay in place.
Your summer will go a lot smoother if you buy these! 🙂
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