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​Three Things You Need in a Bilge Cleaner

Since all drainage on your boat always leads to one place, there’s nothing more important than a healthy bilge. A dirty bilge will get in the way, make your boat less attractive, and even make your boat stink. But that’s not to say that any old bilge cleaner will do, either. Bilge cleaner is one of the products [...]

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​Five Ways to Make Your Boat Look New Again

No matter how new your boat might be, if you don’t take care of it, it’s not going to look its age. Problems like drab old aluminum, rust stains on fiberglass, and old adhesives and sealants can affect a boat’s appearance until it doesn’t resemble its true value. And that’s a shame. Part of the fun of owning a [...]

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​The 1-2-3 Guide to Cleaning Boat Aluminum

If there’s a lot of aluminum on your boat, then you’re going to want to pay attention. Not only can you make your whole boating life a lot easier by understanding how to clean this unique metal, but you can cut a whole lot of stress out of your life as well. The problem: too many boat owners [...]

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​Are You Doing Enough to Protect Your Graphics this Winter?

You do everything you can to take care of your boat. You clean out the bilge regularly. You check the engine, the battery, and the electrical systems. You make replacements as they’re needed. You make sure the entire boat is in perfect working condition so that any time you need it to have a great time with friends, it’s [...]

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​How To Prepare Your Boat To Survive Another Year

A new year is upon us! After the parties, the all-you-can-eat buffets, the party streamers, and the champagne, it’s easy to forget that every year is what we choose to make it. This is true in every area of our lives, of course, but there might be no better example of living on your own terms than the quality of [...]

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​How to Plan for a Busy Boating Season

It might seem like winter is going to last forever—particularly if you live in a cold climate—but spring will be here before you know it. For some people, that means picnics, hikes, and outdoor barbecues. For avid boat owners, that means just one thing: boating season. And if estimates relating to this winter’s El Niño phenomenon hold up, unseasonably warm [...]

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​Four Uses for Boat Repair Putty

As a new boat owner, you’ve relegated the idea of keeping putty handy into the category of other “silly” ideas. After all, you figure, putty can’t possibly be so versatile that it can handle all of those repairs it professes to handle...even handling the rigors of being in water.You’re wrong, of course. Fix Repair Putty can be used underwater, [...]

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​How to Protect Your Boat Graphics in the Winter

You’ve invested a lot of money on your boat, so it’s only reasonable that you want your boat to look its best. And it’s not going to look its best if the graphics are torn, faded, or simply discolored as a result of a rough winter.If you’re a new boat owner and this is your first winter, then you’ll [...]

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​What Product Should You Use to Diagnose Boat Damage

Whether you took too long to slow the boat down and you scrape the side of the deck, or your vinyl has been out in the water too long, there are a lot of different ways in which your boat can be damaged. Sometimes the damage can be very threatening--as in the case of leakage--or it can be [...]

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​The Guide to Preventing Boat Mildew

Since your boat hangs out in the water, it’s no surprise that you’ll have to work extra hard to avoid moisture-friendly problems like mildew. Mildew can be stinky, gross, and lead to a boat that smells musty. That’s hardly what you want out of your boating experience, so if you want to keep your boat as fresh as possible, [...]

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