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Name:   Lifer The author of this post is registered as a member - Email Member
Subject:   Boat detailing
Date:   11/6/2020 7:15:38 AM

Shorty is right.  The boat MUST be before being covered.  I ususally let ours dry at least two days before covering, depending on weather. Also take everything out of the storage compartments and let them dry seperately.  Prop the seats open and let the inside dry also.  A fan is a good idea, so are some type of absorbant, charcoal or silica works well. 

As for cleaning, if you do it in the fall, you still have to do it in the spring.  Wipe it down good, dry it out, cover and store under roof if possible.

Other messages in this thread:View Entire Thread
Boat detailing - lucky67 - 10/19/2020 1:54:20 PM
     Boat detailing - wix - 10/23/2020 8:40:12 PM
          Boat detailing - lucky67 - 10/24/2020 11:29:33 AM
               Boat detailing - wix - 10/24/2020 3:28:08 PM
                    Boat detailing - Shortbus - 11/3/2020 1:34:03 AM
                         Boat detailing - lucky67 - 11/3/2020 8:36:30 AM
                              Boat detailing - Shortbus - 11/3/2020 5:18:18 PM
                              Boat detailing - Lifer - 11/6/2020 7:15:38 AM
     Boat detailing - GarnaPara - 2/3/2024 1:51:46 AM





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