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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

• Protect your boat cover

The windshield on most boats can be on the sharp side. When you tie down your boat cover, the windshield produces tension, pushes up against the cover, and over time can cause significant damage. You could use any number of a variety of things to protect your boat cover from that sharp edge. I'll give you just one that's cheap and simple.

All you need is a simple popular water toy and something to cut it with. I'm talking about those foam sticks kids play with in the pool that are about four or five feet long. Make sure it has a hole in the center of the tube that runs the full length. It's helpful to have for this project. You don't even have to buy one most of the time. People take those toys out on the lake and lose them. The one I found could be cut exactly in half and left a piece just the right length to slide onto the windshield. I gave the other half to my neighbor to use on his boat.

I used my Swiss Army knife saw blade to cut it in half leaving a nice smooth edge. Then I cut a line down the entire length of the foam making sure to cut down into the center hole that also extends the full length of the foam tube. The tube will slide right onto the windshield, bend snugly in place, and protect your boat cover. Just take it off and stow it away somewhere safe when you take the boat out. Here are some pics.


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