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​Sunk Boat Repair Tips

When most people hear the phrase “sunken boat,” they think only one thing: shipwreck. The boat must be totaled. But a boat sinking where it can be retrieved sometimes means that it can have new life even after sinking—especially with the right repairs. Here are a few sunk boat repair tips that may help you in this process.Why Did [...]

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​Tips For Cleaning An Outboard Motor

While your boat’s hull rightly deserves your attention and respect if you ever plan on maintaining your boat to a ripe old age, let’s not forget that other vital part that interacts with the water: your motor. Cleaning an outboard motor is essential for proper functioning as well as to help ensure that it maintains its quality over the [...]

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​What To Look For In The Best Boat Polish For Fiberglass

What makes great boat polish so great? It’s a simple question, and you’d think the answer would be just as simple. Boat polish should leave your boat looking brand new. But what it takes to get there can be a little more complicated. The good news is that when you know the answer, you’ll be able to buy [...]

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​Refinishing A Fiberglass Boat

Few things on your boat will give it that original luster quite like the quality of its fiberglass. Yet this material can be tricky to deal with. There’s paint to consider, and then there’s the gel coat. It’s more than just a material you need to clean every so often. That’s why we’ve put together a brief guide on [...]

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​Wooden Boat Hull Repair Guide

Wood isn’t simple like plastic. It’s full of complications and potential for further damage if it springs a leak. We don’t have to tell you just how damaging a leak in a wooden boat hull can be. Fortunately, you don’t have to accept a leak as fatal. If you take your boat out of the water and bring it [...]

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​Boat Clear Coat Restoration

There’s nothing more worrying to a boat owner than the hull losing its color to oxidation, sun fading or staining. When a simple wash won’t redeem the quality of your boat’s coat, it’s tempting to view it as a total loss. Without replacement, you figure, your boat is permanently stuck with this damage. But this isn’t always the case. [...]

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​Wooden Boat Restoration And Repair Guide

When your wooden boat finds itself in need of repair, dealing with the wood can be an intimidating experience—particularly if this is your first time trying your hand at boat repair. Fortunately, we’ve put together a list of relevant tips and strategies for handling wooden boat restoration, even when you’re dealing with the difficult and often complex subject of marine [...]

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​Aluminum Boat Restoration Project Tips

Aluminum is a simple metal, but restoring it to its proper shine can be trickier than you might imagine. That’s why an aluminum boat restoration project can often take longer than most boat owners anticipate. If you want it to go as smoothly as possible, it helps to have an idea of what you’re up against. That’s why we [...]

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Boat Rebuild Project Tools To Make The Job Easy

Renovating or rebuilding a boat is no small feat. It takes patience, diligence, determination, and above all, time. Sound difficult? It can be. But there are a few tools you can use to make the experience easier while optimizing your boat’s look. Here are a few key tools and materials you may want to consider for your boat rebuild [...]

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​Boat Interior Wood Restoration – Steps & Advice

When you think about how good your boat looks, chances are that you picture the exterior—the hull, the glass. But most of your time boating will be spent inside. That’s why you need to learn all about boat interior wood restoration if you’re going to keep your boat looking its best from any angle. We’ve put together a list [...]

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N. Charleston, SC 29405
United States of America

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