Oy vey, what a waste of time and gas.
If you’re going to do that, why use a trickle charger at all? A car can sit for a week and still have an almost fully-charged battery, and driving it will bring it back to a full charge.
It takes 20-30 minutes of driving to get everything up to operating temperature. It might only take 5-10 minutes to get the temperature gauge to the normal range, but in order to boil off moisture in the exhaust system and burn off gas in the oil that drips past the cylinders when the engine is cold and the air/fuel mixture is rich, you should drive it at least 30 miles or 30 minutes, whichever comes first.
Wax the car, run some stabilized ethanol-free fuel through the fuel system, connect a trickle charger to the battery, cover the car and/or the wheels, and let it sit. If you feel compelled to drive it while storing it, take it for a 30 mile drive every 3-4 months, topping it off with stabilized ethanol-free fuel each time.